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Chris Vandenburg's picture

Looking for a cool pattern for mittens, fingerless or not, to make as a xmas gift. I'm not liking much of what I am finding so far on the net.


Oh... men's size med.

Hope you all are well!



Aaronknits's picture

Using that Vittadini yarn?

I did a pair of gauntlet cuff mittens that would fit a man quite nicely. I'm sorry I can't be of much help providing the pattern right now as I am at work, but when I get home tonight I will find it and scan it for you.

Chris Vandenburg's picture

That's the yarn I was thinking of using! Thanks again for sending it to me it will make a great pair.

Smooches again, Chris

"If a man has cream at home in the refrigerator he won't go out looking for 2% butterfat"
............Erma Bombeck

Aaronknits's picture

You are very welcome. I'm glad you like it. It felts nicely too.

altivo's picture

Aha. Now if we are talking felted mittens, this is a plain pattern designed to be fitted while felting:


altivo's picture

There are a couple of good looking ones on knitty:



You didn't say whether you prefer straight needles and sew up the edge or DPs and pick up the thumb after.

Gregory Patrick's picture

Creative KNitting Mag had some cool fingerless cable gloves in the last issue I saw. They were actually pretty f-ing cool.

Knit away, knit away
Hey you, the current Interweave Holiday Knits issue has a few fingerless glove patterns that might work. It's a fun issue anyway. Good luck in your search.

"They say best men are moulded out of faults; and, for the most, become much more the better for being a little bad." William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure

Kilted Knitter's picture

Hey Chris...
Go to Knitty.com and go to tha arcive section at the top. Look for the summer 06 issue, several patterns there. Was thinking about the Knuckles pair myself.

technocowboy's picture

I'm making two pairs of fingerless gloves right now. The absolute best resource I've found for them is a book called The Knitter's Handy Book of Patterns by Ann Budd. They're simple, plain, easy to follow and each pattern has a grid for different sizes and guages. It's an awesome book.