Thumbless mittens are so much faster and easier to knit than mittens with thumbs. They're basically mini beanies. I love them.
|To be paired with Baby Sister's Pink-A-Boo Hat.|
- Long tail cast on 20 stitches.
- Invisible join to work in the round being careful not to twist the stitches using magic loop method. Place a stitch marker on the first stitch.
- Rnds 1-8: (k2, p2) repeat to the end of the round.
- Rnds 9-19: knit in the round.
- Rnd 20: (k2, k2tog) repeat to the end of the round. 15 sts remain
- Rnds 21 and 22: knit
- Rnd 23: (k1, k2tog) repeat to the end of the round. 10 sts remain
- Rnd 24: (k2tog) repeat to the end of the round. 5 sts remain
- Cut the yarn and place the end on a yarn needle.
- Pull the stitches through the remaining stitches.
- Pull up tight to close the hole.
- Take a couple of stitches to secure the end.
- Pull the end to the inside, weave in and trim.
- Weave in all remaining ends on the inside of the mitt and trim.Place the end on a yarn needle.
- Total length from tip to edge of cuff = 3.5 inches
- Circumference at widest part of mitten = 4 inches
- Cuff length = 1.5 inches
Inspired by Spud and Chloe's Baby Mitt pattern.