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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Work the first two rows flat as follows: Christina November 22, Thanks for sharing the pattern. This patern is very nice and endpaoer. Your inspiration is so timely that I had to smile.

Fantastic seeing you all over IK this issue: And now I have hit a road block with the pattern which maybe one of my lovely readers can help me with: This migts uses gauge changes to fit three different sizes. I’ve been wanting to try a two-color project to practice weaving the colors in while knitting. As soon as I get through the Christmas knitting and figure out if I have tendonitis or carpal tunnelI will be making them.

I need a x-mas gift too. Therefore, endlaper gloves are no longer interchangeable and the mistake glove will forever be the left glove unless I want to reveal the mistake to others.


Or just that each mitt can be worn on either hand? Continue to work in k1, p1 ribbing for 4 rounds more. I bow to you. I must make these! Everyone needs a hiatus from that which keeps us so busy – you are so creative and talented – sometimes the brain needs a rest – only to come alive with wonderful new ideas – which in your case – we so enjoy!

Endpaper Mitts

So refreshing amidst the pervasive “dumbing down” of the craft of knitting. I love that when you get “stuck” you create something wonderful! However, I must say I hate the Italian tubular cast on. Hiroko July 30, I am a big fingerless mittens wearer between september and may and I really don’t have enough of them. ehdpaper

The stuff you design is so sophisticated and classy – I can’t wait for your book! I’ve been meaning to learn how to knit the thumb gusset of a wristwarmer for the past three months. Using the Italian tubular cast-on method and main color, cast on 56 stitches onto a single smaller DPN. Holly Burnham February 12, Those are really amazing and I think a good way dive into colorwork!

Nini November 16, I love the mittens and I have just finished them.

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I’ve used two fingering-weight Merinos, but jumperweight Shetland, sock yarns, or any other yarn of the right weight would work just as endpapsr.


Block over a cylinder of the correct circumference, or flat on a non-absorbent surface with pins. Sherri November 16, I’ll wait for the ‘extras’ you promise with the pdf file.

Thank you for generously sharing your pattern. They’re tiny enough that they’re no commitment at all; they provided a good field for trying out some tweaks to techniques a Better Tubular Cast On, anyone? The detail work you bring to everything you do with fiber continues to amaze me.

Valerie November 16, Your work is so awesome! What is it about Fair Isle that mitts so intriguing? Thanks so much for pattern. I just opened them as images and printed that way, but weirdness. I’m not sure if it’s the time of year or just something in the air, but when you’re candle is burning at both ends even something as soothing as knitting can feel like a chore.