ENDPAPER MITTS PDF

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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Wow, that’s simply gorgeous. Specs November 16, Nana November 28, Continue as set, working an increase round as above every 3rd row 8 times more.

Endpaper Mitts

Well, this is a long one in the end, keep up the great work and don’t force yourself, otherwise you endpper find it a chore rather than a pleasure ;P. Tania A November 20, I have some sock yarn just sitting around not being socks that would look marvelous as these.

Wow – these look great. I would just like you mitts know that you are wonderful and amazing. My own follows below Yarn: At any rate, they are beautiful. I’ve been meaning to knit up a pair of fingerless mitts for ages to go with a new hooded sweater vest I just finished, but have been a little reluctant due to the lack of a truly spectacular pattern.

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Max Daniels November 16, I have been looking for a pattern with a little more length on the knuckles and endpapfr than many patterns seem to have.

Ribbing Switch to smaller DPNs. Hiroko July 30, I’m definitely making those.

The patterns you share for free are SO wonderful, I can only imagine what the ones in your book s will be like. Love this pattern – and your IK stuff too – elegant, beautiful mtits timeless.

Using the Italian tubular cast-on method and main color, cast on 56 stitches onto a single smaller DPN. Is the tubular cast-on the same as the cable cast-on? Hiya Eunny, let me just say i love your work and think you are a great inspiration to all creative bods out and about.

Aimee November 16, Terry November 16, I’ve used two fingering-weight Merinos, but jumperweight Shetland, sock yarns, or any other yarn mittts the right weight would work just as well. As straight sections are symmetrical, Chart A is always read from right to left. Vifslan November 17, I can’t wait for the wavy mitten pattern to come out!

I saw this on bloglines ,itts gasped. When working this section of the piece, the chart must be mirrored kitts the back of the work. Cheri November 17, Since miitts daughter grabbed them out of my hands as soon as they came off the needles, I was looking for a new pattern to make some of my own, while learning another new-to-me technique. Why did you have to post this when I am in the throes of holiday knitting? I did that and ended up with a big hole and endpapfr stitch pattern looking wierd.

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Should be good practice for that Poetry in Stitches sweater, too. 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?

Thanks for sharing the pattern! I am going to start these tomorrow – right after I get me to a printer. An Important Note on This Pattern For your convenience, the full shaping lines of the thumb gusset have been provided in chart form Chart B.

Endpaper Mitts Free Knitting Pattern

As always, check your gauge before beginning with a swatch in the round. Join, being careful not to twist. Bind off using tubular method kitchener rib bind-off. I’ve wanted to learn colorwork and it looks like the perfect project: This is definetly going to be my next project. I’ve been looking for a nice fingerless mitten pattern for ages, and this looks to be good for practice. Silky Treat Oh, the places we’ll go!

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