Chestnut Mitts - Trine Bertelsen
Trine Bertelsen of CaMaRose
The fingerless mittens are knit in the round on DPNs and have a simple 2x2 ribbing. The hand is knit in stockinette stitch with increases for the thumb gusset which gives the mitten a nice fit. These fingerless mittens are an incredibly beginner friendly project. After the written pattern, you will find a detailed photo tutorial. The pictured model is the child mittens, model 1.
children from age 6 and up (women) men.
approx. 20 (21.5) 24.5 cm.
Lamauld (50 % llama and 50 % wool)
Lamatweed (40 % llama, 40 % wool, and 20 % Donegal) Yarn requirement:
1 (1) 1 skein of Lamauld or Lamatweed. NOTE! The men’s mittens can only just be knitted from 1 skein of yarn if gauge and measurements are met.
Suggested needle size:
4.5 mm DPNs.
Furthermore, you will need:
1 tapestry needle, stitch markers (or scrap yarn), and, if needed, a row counter to keep track of the rounds.
approx. 20 sts x 26 rounds on 4.5 mm needles = 10 x 10 cm in stockinette stitch. If you do not get gauge, try again with smaller or bigger needles.