Learn to knit in the round with this Fingerless Mitts pattern – Biscotte yarns

Learn to knit in the round with this Fingerless Mitts pattern

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Here is a simple and easy model to knit for those who wish to master the art of knitting in the round on circular needles using the "Magic loop" method.

This knitting design, offered free of charge by Biscotte Yarns, is intended for novice knitters. Worked with worsted weight yarn to make it easier as a first project, the pattern includes pictures and step-by-step instructions to start and learn to knit in the round.

In addition to the pattern, you'll need the following material to knit this project :

♥ One skein of Biscotte Yarns - Griffon shown in Self-Striping colourway "Bouquet"

♥ DPN or circular knitting needles of 5.5 mm - US Size #9 (or size needed to obtain gauge). Cable lenght 32 in or +

♥ Stitch holder (or piece of scrap yarn of contrasting colour).

Pattern available in PDF format : a link will be sent by email after you place your order. If you need help to download our free patterns, you can find a tutorial on our blog right HERE.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews


Fingerless mitts

Great pattern!

Fingerless Mitt

Haven't knitted them yet but do want to thank you for a nice product to work with.

Learn to knit in the round with Biscotte's fingerless mitts

I downloaded this to help my god-daughter, whom I am teaching to knit, to continue to learn to understand instructions and knit in the round. I have taught her on DPN's, I dont do the magic loop, so using a circ was a bit confusing, so we decided to ignore that bit prefering DPN. The american terminology is new to her too. I have already taught her to always check patterns as they may not always be English terms.

We do not like the thumb!!! But otherwise the pattern is helpful supportive learning curve.

Easy and quick

The pattern is written very clearly and easy to understand. Done with one mitt already and looks great :)