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6-9 Years Knitted Fingerless Mittens With Fingertip Cover


How-To Videos

Part 1 https://youtu.be/MatzIKSNkLE

Part 2 https://youtu.be/u_87bOYHIfg

What you'll need

5 3.75mm DPNs

3 mm Crochet Hook

1 or 2 50g DK (Light Worsted Weight) Yarn(s)

Stitch Marker

Stitch Holder or Scrap Yarn

To Fit Small/Medium Size (6-9 years)- Make 2

Cast on 32 sts

Rib for 7cm 19 rows

Knit for 2 rows

Row 1 M1, K2, M1, pm, Knit to end of row (10)

Row 2 Knit all

Row 3 M1, K4, M1, sm, Knit to end of row

Row 4 Knit all

Row 5 M1, K6, M1, sm, Knit to end of row

Row 6 Knit all

Row 7 M1, K8, M1, sm, Knit to end of row

Row 8 Knit all

Row 9 M1, K10, M1, sm, Knit to end of row (14)

Row 10 Knit all

Row 11 Cast on 4 sts on your working needle. Slip thumb sts onto spare yarn. Knit around (32)

Rows 12-16 Knit allChange Colour

Rows 17-20 K2, P2

Cast off loosely in rib

Thumb

Slip thumb stitches back on to needle and attach yarn (14)

Row 1 Knit all, Pick up 4 stitch at the end to close the gap (18)

Row 2 K12, K2tog, K2, ssk (16)

Row 3 Knit all

Row 4 K12, K2tog, ssk (14)

Row 5 Knit all

Rows 6-7 K2tog all around (7)

Cut yarn and weave tail through last stitches

Hood

Cast on 34 stitches

Rib 3 rows, K2, P2

Change colour

Rib 1 row

Knit 4 rows

Decrease

Row 1 *K6, K2tog. Repeat from* around

Row 2 Knit all

Row 3 *K5 K2tog. Repeat from* around

Row 4 *K4 K2tog. Repeat from* around

Row 5 *K3 K2tog. Repeat from* around

Row 6 *K2 K2tog. Repeat from* around

Row 7 *K1 K2tog.Repeat from* around

Cut yarn and weave though last stitches

Edging- Crochet- Optional

Attach yarn and *Ch 1.(Double crochet, Treble crochet) into the same stitch, miss 2 stitches, slip stitch. Repeat from* around

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