From Head To Toe Mitts

From Head To Toe Mitts
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Knit Head To Toe Mitts with our new free knitting pattern by Designer Melanie Smith! These cozy mitts are the third pattern in a month long series of four patterns, which you won't want to miss! Follow and knit all four pieces and you'll have the ultimate winter accessory package.

*Pattern Note: All four pieces of the head to toe series uses Lion Brand Heartland in the colors 109 Olympic and 174 Joshua tree.

Skill level: Intermediate

Materials:  
60 yards of (green) Joshua tree and 60 of (blue) Olympic
Size 6 needles
Yarn needle

Gauge:  4 stitchs per inch

Pattern:
Mitt (make 2)
With green cast on 35.
Row 1 : K in each stitch across.
Row 2: P in each stitch across.
Row 3: K3, (K 1,winding yarn twice around needle, K 3) repeat across.
Row 4: With blue, P3, (slip 1 purlwise dropping  extra loop, P 3) repeat across.
Row 5:  K3, ( slip 1 purlwise, K 3) repeat across.
Row 6: K 3, (P 1,K3) repeat across.
Row 7:  repeat row 3 with blue.
Rows 8 - 10: With green repeat rows 4-6.
Row 11: K 1,(K1 winding the yarn twice around the needle, K 3) repeat across to last 2 st, K 1 winding the yarn twice around the needle, K1.
Row 12: With blue,P 1, (Slip purlwise dropping extra  loop, P 3) repeat across to last 2 sts, slip  1 purlwise, P 1.
Row 13: K 1, ( slip 1 purlwise, K 3) repeat across to last 2 sts, Slip 1 purlwise, K1.
Row 14: K 1, (P1,K 3) repeat across to last 2sts,P1,K1.
Row 15: repeat round 11.
Rows 16-18: With green repeat rows 12-14.
Repeat rows 3 -18 two more times and piece measures 6 inches from cast on.
Row 51: With green K in each st across.
Row 52: P in each st across.
Cast off loosely.

Putting it all together:
With yarn needle and 18 inches of either color, starting at the bottom sew a seam with the edges for 3 ½ inches cut yarn and secure. From the top sew a seam for 1 inch down and secure. Weave in all ends.

Enjoy!

 

About The Author

Melanie has more than 25 years experience as a Hands-on fiber artist and fiber arts teacher specializing in crochet, knitting, spinning, weaving and tatting. She has taught classes through various yarn stores, Community Education Programs, fiber fairs; as well as in 4-H programs around Idaho. She has been designing her own unique projects and patterns for numerous year and she has spent several years as a pattern tester for many yarn and design companies. You can usually find her working on something or planning her next project.