Very pretty fingerless mitts, but the knitting is definitely not for the beginner. The colorwork is not too complicated, though, and the designer provides a chart that. I’ve had these mitts finished for a while but haven’t gotten photos of them until today. The pattern is Endpaper Mitts by Eunny Jang. The yarn is. Links and Resources. Endpaper Fingerless Mitts (K) Free Pattern. Sep 28, # · breeze ·
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The tubular cast-off, on the other hand, is nice. Beautiful, I will knit them to!
mitgs Oh that is fabulous! I just finished gathering up all the yarn and such that I plan on using for your Deep Argyle Vest. Ribbing Switch to smaller DPNs.
I’ve wanted to make fingerless mittens for my chilly office for quite a while, but couldn’t decide on a pattern. I usually eschew smaller projects for big, ambitious projects, but these are awesome, and would be perfect for winter. I’ve been meaning to knit up a pair of fingerless mitts for endpaer to go with a new hooded sweater vest Mmitts just finished, but have been a little reluctant due to the lack of a truly spectacular pattern.
You may find that colorwork is smoother and gauge easier to maintain on wooden needles rather than slick metal. ErickaJo November 16, I got it from a lovely woman on Destash who wanted to get rid of some unwanted stash.
CarolineF November 17, Those are dead gorgeous! Hand-Sewn Steeks, Pt 5: This seems like a terribly stupid question, but on mutts pattern, do you mean that you need a ball of each color yarn per each endpper so four, altogether, or a ball of each for the whole set? As soon as I get through the Christmas knitting and figure out if I have tendonitis or carpal tunnelI will be making them. Crocheted Steeks, Pt 6: Sandra November 17, I’m thinking you mean the latter, but I’d like to make sure before under-purchasing.
See Eunny Knit!: Endpaper Mitts
I have been looking for a pattern with a little more length on the knuckles and arms than many patterns seem to have. Love this pattern – and your IK stuff too – elegant, beautiful and timeless. It’s like you read my mind! Emdpaper will be my introduction to two color knitting so that I can get to those Anemoi mittens that tempt me everyday.
Katrina November 17, Do you mean that they can be turned inside out? I could say it’s the detail that sets your work mitys, but really what I mean is the quality of attention you bring to whatever you do, whether it’s designing or executing. I bought my first issue of Interweave Knits yesterday because of your breathtaking pattern, and now you offer us elegant mitts? I think I knit them.
Of mutts, I say this as if I do a lot of holiday crafted gifts when really I do not. Eilene November 17, Thanks so much for pattern. I saw this on bloglines and gasped.
Now the question is. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Work one full repeat of Chart A as established. It looks like your creative juices are still flowing – and creating lovely little knitted bits. Thanks so much for the georgeous pattern! I’ve used two fingering-weight Merinos, but jumperweight Shetland, sock yarns, or any other yarn of the right weight would work just as well.
Sand November 17, Those are so fantastic. I also have a few Koigu 1 skein impulse purchases and since it wasn’t enough for a pair of socks, I didn’t know what to do with them. I think I will call these my chocolate cover apricot gloves because those are the yummy colors.
Paloma November 20, I’ve been wanting to try a two-color project to practice weaving the colors in while knitting. K across mitte sts; with a new needle, pick up and k 3 stitches across gap; k across 9 stitches to end of round, p1. Bind off using tubular method kitchener rib bind-off.
Is the tubular cast-on the same as the cable cast-on? Lovely – something like this is just what I have been craving for working on knitting projects in my chilly house – since I can’t knit and hold onto a cup of tea simultaneously!