How to Knit Fingerless Gloves and Mitts

Fingerless Gloves and Flip Mitts – FREE Knitting Patterns

Like my slippers, I also tend to design a number of gloves and mitts for some reason??? I’m not sure why. It may have something to do with fingerless gloves being smaller projects that are quick to finish. They also are a great way to use up the left over bits from other larger project. Especially if you have one leftover ball from say, a sweater you made. Might as well use it for something…

Here, you will find an updated list of all the knitted glove patterns (and a mitten or two) I’ve created to date. I’m always designing new mitts and gloves so be sure to check back often. The pattern will automatically be added to this list.

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  • 2 needle owl gloves

    Well, since the how-to video showing how to knit these gloves in the round went over like a lead balloon, I’ve put in the effort and redesigned the gloves so they can be knit flat on 2 needles. Perfect for a newbie knitter wanting to learn new techniques! In case you still want to learn how to knit in the round or want the seamless version, you can read the pattern here – How to Knit Owl Fingerless Gloves. The video is embedded on that page too, if you want to watch it. If you are looking to knit a pair of plain gloves without the owls, the original version this pattern is available here – Super Simple Fingerless Gloves. It’s also knitted flat on 2 needles with a seam on the outside of the hand and inside of the thumb. Once again, I’ve made the gloves as one pattern and adjusted the needle size to change the sizes. This makes it a heck of a lot easier to design and keeps the proportion of the owl the same on all sizes. Frankly, the overall look is better. I am finished creating the downloadable pdf for this pattern and it’s available in all my usual online selling venues including Ravelry, Etsy, and this website – Super Easy to Knit Fingerless Gloves – with OWLS! Click any of those links to avoid the ads and purchase it for a nominal fee. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my work…https://www.patreon.com/JanisFrank Click this πŸ‘†πŸΌπŸ‘†πŸΌ I’ve also created videos for you to see how the stitches are done, if any of them are giving you problems. I do have all the basic stitch videos here – Learn Basic Knitting Stitches, but links to the slightly more advanced stitches that show you how to M1, PM1, C4F and C4B are provided on this page. Clicking the links will take you to the video, but will leave this page window open in your browser. You can also scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the stitch abbreviations that also contain the embedded video you can watch right from this page. Love the free patterns? You can say thanks in a couple of ways. You can read more about how you can Support My Work by clicking that link or make a small donation and Buy Me a Coffee. πŸ‘ˆπŸ½ That is a website where you can make a one time donation as a thanks. If you don’t want to or are unable to make a financial donation, sharing this pattern through social media is a great way to help out too! The links below are a super easy way for you to do so. Gauge This is important to follow for correct sizing. This is when using the US size 6 (4 mm) knitting needles. 2β€³ (5 cm) = 10 sts 2β€³ (5 cm) – 16 rows in stockinette Things You Need: You can click any link below to see what you need. Knitting needles: Small – Size 3 US (3.25 mm) knitting needles Medium – Size 6 US (4 mm) knitting needles Large – Size 8 US (5mm) knitting needles Worsted weight yarn Cable Needle – There are a number a styles but I prefer the hook version Stitch holder β€“ It looks like a big safety pin Tapestry needle Left Hand Cast on 33 Rows 1-14: Knit across Row 15: Knit across Row 16: Purl across Row 17: Knit across Row 18: Purl across Row 19: Knit across Row 20: P5 K1 P8 K1 P to the end of the row Row 21: K13 M1 K1 M1 K4 P1 C4F C4B P1 K to the end of the row Row 22: P5 K1 P8 K1 P to the end of the row Row 23: K20 P1 K8 P1 K to the end of the row Row 24: P5 K1 P8 K1 P4 PM1 P3 PM1 P to the end of the row Row 25: K22 P1 K8 P1 K to the end of the row Row 26: P5 K1 P8 K1 P to the end of the row Row 27: K13 M1 K5 M1 K4 P1 K8 P1 K to the end of the row Row 28: P5 K1 P8 K1 P to the end of the row Row 29: K24 P1 C4F C4B P1 K to the end of the row Row 30: P5 K1 P2 K4 P2 K1 P4 PM1 P7 PM1 P to the end of the row Row 31: K26 P1 K2 P4 K2 P1 K to the end of the row Row 32: P5 K1 P2 K4 P2 K1 P to the end of the row Row 33: K13 M1 K9 M1 K4 P1 K2 P4 K2 P1 K to the end of the row Row 34: P5 K1 P2 K4 P2 K1 P to the end of the row Row 35: K28 P1 K2 P4 K2 P1 K to the end of the row Row 36: P5 K1 P2 K4 P2 K1 P4 PM1 P11 PM1 P to the end of the row Row 37: K30 P1 K2 P4 K2 P1 K to the end of the row Row 38: P5 K1 P2 K4 P2 K1 P to the end of the row Row 39: K13 Pass the next 13 sts onto a stitch holder. K4 P1 […]

  • Hand knit fingerless gloves

    I’m not sure if this happens to anyone else, but I found some fantastic yarn on clearance that I absolutely had to have. Of course, I had no idea what to do with it. Then I got on my fingerless glove kick. I have written other patterns in the past such as my Owl Fingerless Gloves, Flip Mitts, and Texting Mitts, but they were all made with standard worsted weight yarn. The yarn I couldn’t leave behind was light weight; 3 as by North American terminology. So, a redesign of my gloves was in order! I absolutely love that these are a lighter, more delicate version of my previous patterns. AND I can use colour changing yarn and it works! If this is your first time using one of my patterns, I kinda got a thing for shaded yarns…just sayin’. And if you were looking to buy a pair of these beauties but accidentally wound up here, click this link Hand Knit Fingerless Gloves and you can purchase a finished pair from my website. Or if you prefer to order through Etsy, you can get them there too – Fingerless Gloves by KweenBee on Etsy. Like my other fingerless mitts, these are knitted on double point needles, also known as DPN. Though this sounds intimidating, it really is very simple. This is definitely not a beginner’s knitting project, but knitting in the round is the same as knitting flat. Only difference is you don’t flip your work back in forth; it’s done a continuous circle. Plain Cuff Fingerless Gloves If you are looking to make a pair of longer fingerless mitts, I can help you with that too! The striped fingerless glove pattern is basically the same as this one, but I’ve worked out the decreases to make them go all the way up to the elbow. You can click this link (or the photos) to read the pattern online. And they don’t need to be striped. For the pair in the photo I used self-striping yarn so no ends to work in. But you can also make a more plain style like the green ones. The sizing for mittens, like socks or slippers, is somewhat general. The small size will fit someone with a smaller hand. Think a younger teenager. A medium is an average lady’s hand. I’m a medium when it comes to rubber gloves and I designed the medium mitt to fit my hand. Large is for a larger size hand. Each size is written out in full as the row and stitch counts differ for each. Enjoying the free patterns and would like to Help Support My Work, GREAT! Please give what you can and like, share and follow me on social media. You can use the links above to easily do so. The PDF is also available for your viewing pleasure. If you are tired of the ad supported version, you can download the PDF for a small 99Β’ fee from my website – How to Knit Fingerless Gloves, Ravelry or Etsy. All are the same price no matter where you get it from. Things you need Yarn (a standard ball of light weight yarn (3 weight) will be more than enough) Size 4 mm (US size 6) double pointed needles (or whatever size needles you need to get the correct gauge). Stitch holder Gauge 11 stitches = 2 inches 17 rows = 2 inches Small The Mitt Cast on 32 sts (loosely). Divide these evenly as possible on three of the double pointed needles. Round 1 – 12: K1, P1 (Creates knit 1 purl 1 ribbing). Round 13 – 15: Knit Round 16: K1, M1, K1, M1, K30. Round 17 – 18: Knit Round 19: K1, M1, K3, M1, K30. Round 20 – 21: Knit Round 22: K1, M1, K5, M1, K30. Round 23 – 24: Knit Round 25: K1, M1, K7, M1, K30. Round 26 – 27: Knit Round 28: K1, M1, K9, M1, K30. Round 29 – 30: Knit Round 31: K1, M1, K11, M1, K30. Round 32 – 33: Knit Round 34: K1, place next 13 sts onto the stitch holder. K30. Round 35 – 42: K around. Round 43 – 47: K2tog, P1, *K1, P1* Repeat from * to * around. Bind off loosely. The Thumb Worked over the 13 sts on the stitch holder. Pick up and divided the 13 sts on the stitch holder between the 3 double pointed needles. One of the needles will have more sts than the others. Round 1 – 3: Knit Bind off loosely. Medium The Mitt Cast on 36 sts (loosely). Divide these evenly as possible on three of the double pointed needles. Round 1 – 15: K1, P1 (Creates knit 1, purl 1 ribbing). Round 16 – 18: Knit Round 19: K1, M1, K1, M1, K34. Round 20 – 21: Knit Round 22: K1, M1, K3, M1, K34. Round 23 – 24: Knit Round 25: K1, M1, K5, M1, K34. Round 26 – 27: Knit Round 28: K1, M1, K7, M1, K34. Round 29 – 30: Knit Round 31: K1, M1, K9, M1, K34. Round 32 – 33: Knit Round 34: K1, M1, K11, M1, K34. Round 35 – 36: Knit Round 37: K1, M1, K13, M1,K34. Round 38 – 39: Knit Round 40: K1, place next 15 sts onto the stitch holder. K34. Round 41 – 49: K around. Round 50 – 54: K2 tog. P1, *K1, P1* Repeat from * to * around. Bind off loosely. The Thumb Worked over the 15 sts on the stitch holder. Pick up and divided the 15 sts on the stitch holder between the 3 double pointed needles. One of the needles will have more sts than the others. Round 1 – 3: Knit Bind off loosely. Large The Mitt Cast on 40 sts (loosely). Divide these evenly as possible on three of the double pointed needles. Round 1 – 18: K1, P1 (Creates knit 1, purl 1 ribbing). Round 19 – 20: Knit Round 21: K1, M1, […]

  • How to Knit Texting Mitts - Knitting Pattern

    Improve your texting in cold climates with these thumbless mittens. More than just a pair of fingerless gloves, these keep your hands warm and only expose your thumbs when needed. The thumb pocket is sewn on and the flap is secured at the base of the palm with Velcro* for easy access. The flap hangs in the back out of the way to enable your texting abilities. Plan on using your thumbs for a while? Then simply tuck the flap into the thumb pocket. The sizes are each written separately as each size is a bit different in row and stitch counts. Scroll down this post to the size you would like to make. Medium fits the average lady’s hand, large for men, and small for pre-teens. Don’t forget to share this post! Don’t want to come back here to read the pattern? You can download the pattern to your tablet, phone or computer from my website atΒ Knit a Pair of Texting Mitts. You can also get it from other ebook retailers such as Ravelry, Etsy, and LoveCrafts. If the link isn’t working, I haven’t uploaded it to the site yet. It will be ASAP. If you enjoy this and my other free knitting and crochet patterns, please Help Support My Work. It doesn’t have to be financial, though that’s always appreciated. Every like, share and follow also helps me keep this website running. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my Things you need Yarn (a standard ball ofΒ worsted weight yarnΒ will be more than enough) Size 4.5 mm double pointed needles Stitch holder Hook and loop fastener (AKA – Velcro) Glue FREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting Mitts Gauge 10 stitches = 2 inches 13 rows = 2 inches Small The Mitt Cast on 32 sts (loosely). Divide these evenly as possible on three of the double pointed needles. Round 1 – 15: K2, P2 (Creates knit 2 purl 2 ribbing). Round 16 – 18: Knit Round 19: K1, pick up a st (scroll down to the bottom of the page if you want to see photos of how I do this), k1, pick up a stitch. Knit remaining sts. Round 20 – 21: Knit Round 22: K1, pick up a st, k3, pick up a stitch. Knit remaining sts. Round 23 – 24: Knit Round 25: K1, pick up a st, k5, pick up a stitch. Knit remaining sts. Round 26 – 27: Knit Round 28: K1, pick up a st, k7, pick up a stitch. Knit remaining sts. Round 29 – 30: Knit Round 31: K1, pick up a st, k9, pick up a stitch. Knit remaining sts. Round 32 – 33: Knit Round 34: K1, place next 11 sts onto the stitch holder. Knit the remaining sts.. There should be 31 sts divided on the three needles. Round 35 and on: Knit in the round on these remaining 31 sts until work measures approximately 3.5 inches from the stitches held back to form the thumb. Form Fingertips Next round: K1, k2tog, K10 K2tog, K2, K2tog, K9, K2tog, K1. Next two rounds: Knit Next round: K1, K2tog, K8, K2 tog, K2, K2tog, K7, K2tog, K1. Next two rounds: Knit Next round: K1, K2tog, K6, K2 tog, K2, K2tog, K5, K2tog, K1. Next two rounds: Knit Transfer the stitches onto two needles being sure that the stitches held back for the thumb are along the fold. Break yarn leaving enough to graft the fingertips (if you scroll to the end of the post there are photos showing you how to do this) and sew in ends. 12 inches is plenty. Finishing the Thumb Worked over the 11 sts on the stitch holder. Leave the end you attach to complete the thumb longer than you normally would. You can use this to sew the thumb flap onto the mitten. Pick up and divided the 11 sts on the stitch holder between the 3 double pointed needles. One of the needles will have more sts than the others. Round 1 – 5: Knit Bind off loosely. Thumb Flap Using 2 of your double pointed needles and working back and forth. Cast on 3 sts. Row 1: Knit Row 2: Purl Row 3: K1, pick up a st, K1 pick up a st, K1. (5 sts) Row 4: Purl Row 5: Knit Row 6: Purl Row 7: Knit Row 8: Purl Row 9: K1, pick up a st, K3, pick up a st, K1. (7 sts) Row 10: Purl Row 11: Knit Row 12: Purl Row 13: Knit Row 14: Purl Row 15: With the right side of your work facing you, cast on 3 sts. Working over the 3 sts you just cast on, K3. Leave these 3 sts on the needle you used to knit them. With another double pointed needle, knit the 7 sts from the previous row. With the wrong side of you work facing you, cast on 3 sts. Transfer these 3 sts onto another double pointed needle. You will now start knitting in the round. With the right side of your work facing you: Round 16 – […]

  • beige owl knitted fingerless gloves

    Also known as fingerless mittens, I seem to have a thing going on for this awesome owl motif. If you haven’t seen them already, I also have a Knitted Owl Slipper pattern that you may like. But more about these awesome fingerless gloves… They are fairly quick to make if you’re somewhat of an experienced knitter. If you don’t know how to knit in the round on double pointed needles (dpn), you’re in luck! I rewrote the pattern so anyone who loves the knitted owl motif, but not comfortable knitting in the round can still make an awesome pair of owl fingerless gloves. The pattern is free to read online, too! Click this link – Easy to Knit Owl Fingerless Gloves to see how to knit these flat on 2 needles instead of in the round on 4. If you’re willing to learn how to knit on 4 needles, I’ve made a step-by-step video showing you every single round. You can watch it here if you need any help along the way – How to Knit Fingerless Gloves – with Owls! If you scroll down the page, I’ve also embedded the video so you won’t have to leave this page. Regardless if knitted flat or in the round, this is also a great pattern if you have a bit of left over yarn from other knitting projects. Like enough to knit one slipper, but you’re not sure if you’ll have enough to finish the whole pair. I know. We’ve all been there. Did you wind up here looking for the finished product and not a pattern? No worries! You can buy your very own pair either from this website here – Hand Knit Owl Fingerless Gloves or in my Etsy shop. And due to the number of folks contacting me via email and through the comments below, I am now offering a download of this pattern! I can’t give it away for free though; there is a minimal cost. You can download it directly from this site here – Owl Fingerless Gloves, or at other ebook retailers such as Ravelry, Etsy, LoveCrafts, and Google Books. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my work…https://www.patreon.com/JanisFrank A few quick words on sizing. Instead of going through all the effort to remake the pattern for different sizes, and to keep the proportion of the knitted owls the same, I’ve gone about adjusting the sizing by changing the size of your knitting needles. These are knitted in the round making them seamless with no scratchy seams to worry about. Because of being knitted in the round, the thumbs have to be on different sides so they fit correctly. You’ll have to make one for the left hand and the right hand. Instructions are given separately for both. You can click the links or scroll down the page. Loving the free knitting patterns? Then please help support this site. You can learn more by going to my Help Support My Work page and make a small financial contribution. Or, you can use these links below πŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸΌ and share this and my other patterns through your social media. More eyeballs on my work helps a bunch too. Want other knitted mitten patterns that are for texting or are more plain Jane and can cover the ends of your fingers? I have those too. You can check out my How to Knit Texting Mittens and How to Knit Flip Mitts. I forgot I even had those… huh! And for those who actually take the time to read these long-winded intro’s, I just finished another fingerless mitten pattern. It’s cleverly titled – How to Knit Fingerless Gloves. It uses finer yarn, smaller needles and is sized with different stitch and row counts. It also is very plain Jane and is owl free! Things you will need: worsted weight yarn (less than 50 grams was more than enough to make a pair of large knitted gloves. I know because I weighed them πŸ˜‰). I used Red Heart worsted weight yarn when designing the pattern but any kind will do. Set of 4 double pointed needles (see note on sizing) Stitch holder Needle and thread to sew on eyes Tapestry needle to sew the hole by the thumb and work in ends Cable needle 4 – 4 mm beads for eyes. You can use larger ones or very small buttons, too. I’m using some jewels I found and gluing them on. This is the yarn I used for the beige owl mittens. I’m sure you can find it cheaper than this, but I wanted to show you which one it was. It’s very popular for slippers and other stuff I sell. Just saying’. More of my stuff on Etsy: A Note on Sizing: As I mentioned previously, the sizing for this pattern is done a little differently. Instead of different stitch counts which I normally do, I’m changing the size of the needles. Chances are good that if you know how to knit in the round, you already have these size needles anyways. If not, it’s a good excuse to go to your favourite yarn store to pick up the needles you’ll need. And since you’re there, check out the yarn sales. You’d be foolish not to. My standard for sizing was my hand and designed the knitting pattern according to what […]

  • Cable Fingerless Gloves

    The season is getting colder again, the few apples on my trees are turning red and my mind turns back towards knitting. And oh boy, am I coming up with a bunch of knitting designs! Now here’s to finding the time to publish them all. Work is also back to full-time so that’s great news 😊 A couple of things about this knitting pattern before we grab our favourite worsted weight yarn, double pointed and cable needles and get to work. Like my Owl Fingerless Gloves pattern, I am keeping the stitch count the same and only changing the needles size to change the size of the glove. The pattern on the back of the hand stays proportional in size and placement on the glove remains the same for a better overall look. I made a number of different lengths of the glove too, for demonstrative purposes. The taupe with flecks (apparently it’s also known as tweed, who knew) is the pattern exactly as written. I repeated the cable pattern once for the grey pair and 4 times for the purple tweed/flecked. There’s a note in the pattern what rows make up the 5 plait cable pattern. Why do 3 cables when you can do 5? I’ve always been a bit of an overachiever πŸ˜‰ The downloadable PDF version is completed and uploaded it to all my distributors. You can find it on the following fine and upstanding websites – Etsy, Ravelry, LoveCrafts and this website. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my work… Click this πŸ‘†πŸΌπŸ‘†πŸΌπŸ‘†πŸΌ And here is the obligatory, shameless self promotion of this website so I have some reason to keep writing patterns. You can check out my Help Support My Work page to read more or you can click this link to Buy Me a Coffee. It’s a place where artists, podcasters and other creatives can go to get a quick, one time donation of support from fans. It’s pretty awesome and I’m always grateful for everything I get. If you don’t want or can’t afford to give anything. I get it. You can give a shoutout or share on your social media instead. It’s free to do and will only take you a minute. Handy links are below πŸ‘‡πŸ½πŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸ‘‡πŸ½πŸ‘‡πŸΌ Want other knitted mitten patterns that are for texting or cover the ends of your fingers? I have those too. You can check out my How to Knit Texting Mittens and How to Knit Flip Mitts. And for those who actually take the time to read these long-winded intro’s, I also have – How to Knit Fingerless Gloves. It uses finer yarn, smaller needles and is sized with different stitch and row counts. It is very plain Jane and it’s the yarn that makes this one pop. Ok. Enough of that. Let’s get knitting!!! Things you will need: worsted weight yarn – I used Red Heart worsted weight (AKA size 4 or 8 ply) yarn when designing the pattern but any kind will do. Set of 4 double pointed needles (see note on sizing) Stitch holder Tapestry needle to sew the hole by the thumb and work in ends Cable needle This is the brand of yarn I like to use. I’m sure you can find it cheaper than this, but I wanted to show you which one it was. It’s very popular for slippers and other stuff I sell. Just saying’. A Note on Sizing: As I mentioned previously, the sizing for this pattern is done a little differently. Instead of different stitch counts which I normally do, I’m changing the size of the needles. Chances are good that if you know how to knit in the round, you already have these size needles anyways. If not, it’s a good excuse to go to your favourite yarn store to pick up the needles you’ll need. And since you’re there, check out the yarn sales. You’d be foolish not to. My standard for sizing was my hand and designed the knitting pattern according to what kind of rubber gloves fit me comfortably. I wear a medium sized rubber glove and the medium sized glove fits perfectly. You may need to use different sized needles to get the correct gauge, but this pattern is very forgiving if you’re a bit off. Small size 4 mm (US size 6) dpn 10 stitches every 2 inches (5 cm)13 rows every 2 inches (5 cm) Medium size 5 mm (US size 8) dpn 9 stitches every 2 inches (5 cm) 12 rows every 2 inches (5 cm) Large size 6 mm (US size 10) dpn8 stitches every 2 inches (5 cm)11 rows every 2 inches (5 cm) Left Hand Cast on 36 Row 1-8: K1 P1 around Row 9: K4 P1 K15 P1 K15 Row 10: K4 P1 C6F twice. K3 P1 K15 (you can click the blue link for a description of how to do a C6F or scroll to the abbreviations section) Row 11 – 12: as row 9 Row 13: K4 P1 K3 C6B twice. P1 K15 (you can click the blue link for a description of how to do a C6B or scroll to the abbreviations section) Row 14 – 15: as row 9 Rows 10 to 15 make the cable pattern. Repeat these rows to make the gloves longer as described earlier. Next Row: K1 M1 K1 M1 K2 P1 […]

  • Nine Fingerless Gloves and Mitten Patterns to Knit cover art

    I’ve been busy as of late! I’ve updated photos and rewritten a few of my fingerless glove and mitt patterns over the last few weeks to bring you yet another compilation of all my mitt and glove patterns! To date, there are a total of 9 patterns all together. All the favourites, and a couple that were so old you may not have even known they existed. For some reason, people don’t seem to like to do searches of this site or follow links. It’s weird TBH. Currently, it is only available through retailers online. You can order a physical copy through Amazon with free shipping if you are an Amazon Prime member. As I write this I am making a selection of my publications to physical book stores. It’s a bit of a process to make this happen but hopefully 🀞🏼 I’ll get the formatting down and accepted. Marketing is pricey so I need to be selective on how I’m going to approach this. Wish me luck! Patterns to make all of the mitts and gloves in the photos below are included with this pattern collection. Flip mitts – over the fingersFlip mitts – fingers exposedFlip mitts with no flap attachedFREE Knitting Pattern – Texting MittsGrey Cable Fingerless Gloves Taupe Fingerless Gloves But on to my latest publication. This collection contains patterns for fingerless gloves knit flat on 2 needles and seamless gloves and mittens knit in the round on double pointed needles (DPN). This compilation also includes mitts that are specifically designed for texting. And lastly, another design to free your fingers when you need them but cover your fingers when required. In short, this collection meets all your fashion and functionality requirements. You can purchase and print the PDF yourself if you like. It is cheaper that way, of course. You can purchase it from my website here – Nine Fingerless Gloves and Mitten Patterns to Knit or from my Etsy shop here – Nine Knitting Patterns! – Fingerless Gloves and Mitten Collection. Either way I would like you to know it’s 106 pages. It’s a lot to print, but if you are comfortable reading PDF’s on your table or phone, this a very economical option. You can also just print the pattern you want by selecting the pages and printing on two sides of the page, but you’ll have to know how to do this. I can’t help you because every printer has a different way of doing it. If you want to purchase the printed book, delivered to your door for free if you’re an Amazon Prime member, please click the country you are in: United States United Kingdom Canada Australia This publication is available in English only. Like always, all of the patterns are free to read on this website. They are ad supported and unprintable. Sorry, but too many people were just printing the pages leaving me with nothing but a bill for web hosting costs. You may not realize this, but with each illegal print, you cost me advertising revenue. I am writing patterns to help support me and my family, not charity. I can only give so much folks! The list of the patterns in this collection include the following (all titles are clickable links to the pattern btw): Super Simple Fingerless GlovesEasy to Knit Owl Fingerless GlovesHow to Knit Fingerless GlovesHow to Knit Fingerless Gloves – with OWLS!Basic Long Fingerless GlovesCable Fingerless Gloves or MittsKnit a Pair of Flip Mittens or Fingerless GlovesKnit a Pair of Texting MittsArm Warmers or Gloves – with BOWS! I’ve also organized it so there is a specific page with all of the glove and mitten patterns in one place. You can see that here: Fingerless Gloves and Flip Mitts – FREE Knitting Patterns I hope to keep you all informed of my progress with getting my patterns in real stores. The potential is there and I’m really excited where this next stage of my pattern writing journey takes me. Happy knitting everyone!!!

  • How to Knit Long Fingerless Gloves - FREE Knitting Pattern

    Quickly knit a pair of long fingerless gloves with this FREE knitting pattern. Knit 2 different styles with just one pattern!

  • Blue bow fingerless mitts

    FREE Knitting Pattern – Knit a fabulous pair of fingerless gloves or arm warmers with cute little bows running down the back of the arm and hand.

  • Free knitting pattern - flip mitts

    Learn how to knit a pair of fingerless flip mittens with this free knitting pattern. Includes tons of how-to photos.

  • Simple Knit Fingerless Gloves

    Are you just learning to knit? Tired of making dishcloths and scarves and want to make something awesome? Here is something that will make you look like a pro when it comes to knitting. A total brag-worthy design that any knitting newbie can make. I’ve written a bunch of beginner patterns for slippers, but never for fingerless gloves. It was a common request, but for some reason, I never felt compelled to do so. After a bit of false starts and redesigns, I’ve finally come up with a fingerless glove pattern that I am happy with. I’ve kept the seams to a minimum and placed the seam along the outside of the hand and inside of the thumb. If you’re not a fan of seams my other fingerless gloves and mitts knitted on dpn can be found here – Fingerless Gloves – with OWLS, How to Knit Texting Mittens, How to Knit Fingerless Gloves and How to Knit Flip Mitts. These mitts are knitted completely flat, on 2 needles and are perfect for the beginner. There is use of a stitch holder and picking up those stitches to complete the thumb, but it isn’t difficult. Slide them on to the holder, slide them back on the needle when instructed and knit them like any other set of stitches. If you need help with increasing stitches, there is a video showing how to increase when making the P1 and the M1.I also just made a video showing How to Use a Stitch Holder. You can click those links to watch the how-to videos. They are also embedded at the end of this page. Scroll to the bottom to watch. I’ve also jazzed up this basic design a bit. If you want to knit owl gloves flat on 2 needles just like this pattern is, You can use this link – Easy to Knit Owl Fingerless Gloves to read the free knitting pattern online. I’ve also written the pattern to fit different sizes – small, medium and large. Once again I’ll use the analogy of what fits my hand. I wear a medium rubber glove and the medium size fits my hand perfectly. I wash dishes and scrub my toilets. I wear gloves when I do. If you never wear rubber or latex gloves, this won’t make any sense to you, I guess. I’m only saying this because I have had complaints about my sizing references. I don’t live in a gloveless kind of world but I’m glad some people do. It always amazes me what some “Karens” feel the need to bitch about πŸ™„ If you want to go to a specific size you can try these links. If I’ve done my code correctly, it should take you to the right point on the webpage: SmallMediumLarge I’ve made a PDF download for this pattern. I didn’t think it was going to be this long until I wrote it out. I made the decision to write each size and hand out separately to make it even easier for the new knitters out there who want to give this pattern a go. And btw, you can totally do it! To get the downloadable pattern for a small fee you can get it in my Etsy Shop, Ravelry, LoveCrafts and from this website – KweenBee.com. If you would prefer to order a printed paperback version from Amazon, you can now do so! Shipping is free if you are an Amazon Prime member. Make sure you select the country you are in to take advantage of the free shipping. Click the following link for your country – United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. Available in English only. Another way to get instant, PRINTABLE downloads of this pattern and more, is by becoming a patron and supporting me on Patreon. When you support my work at the $4/month level or higher, the locked posts become visible and you can immediately access the download link. No waiting for an email. Simply click the PDF link at the bottom of the Patreon post and the download is now on your computer, smart phone, tablet or whatever device you’re using. You can then read it on your device or print it at your leisure. You can download as many patterns as you like for the same $4 each month. You can go to this website to become a patron and support my work… I also plan on making a how-to video for this. It will cover the medium size as that’s what most people order when I sell online. I always am hopeful I’ll get the videos done in a timely manner, but they’re always more work than I think they’re going to be. You can check out my other videos in the meantime with this handy link – KweenBee on YouTube – Janis Frank.  Love the free patterns? You can say thanks in a couple of ways. You can read more about how you can Support My Work by clocking that link or make a small donation and Buy Me a Coffee. πŸ‘ˆπŸ½ That is a website where you can make a one time donation as a thanks. If you don’t want or are unable to make a financial donation, sharing this pattern through social media is a great way to help out too! The links below are a super easy way for you to do so. Gauge This is important to follow for correct sizing. 2″ (5 cm) = 10 sts 2″ (5 cm) – 16 rows Things You Need: You can click any link below to see what you need. Worsted weight yarn Size 6 US (4 mm) knitting needles Stitch holder – It looks like a big safety pin Tapestry needle Small Right Hand Cast on 31 Rows 1-14: Knit across Row 15: Knit across Row 16: Purl across Row 17: Knit across Row 18: Purl across Row 19: Knit across Row 20: Purl across Row 21: Knit across Row 22: Purl across Row 23: […]

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