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  • 14 Way Mitts

    By: Carolynn MarkeyKitty-ears.com

    moonofsilver@gmail.com

    Fingerless, half finger, mittens & Full fingered

  • 2InstructionsK: KnitP: PurlK1tbl: This is a M1 stitch. After knitting a stitch, dont drop it from your needle, but knit into the back loop of the stitch to make one. Then drop the stitch as usual. Now you should have two stitches in the place of one. K2tog: Knit two stitches together like they are one stitch.

    ------------------------This pattern comes in one size: a small size, for a 5-7 inch wrist. If you have a 7-9 inch wrist please go up a needle size and use 5.0mm double points. Gauge is 4.5 to 5 stitches an inch for small size and 5.5 to 6 stitch-es an inch for large size.

    All steps are explained after the pattern. Thumb is given as a chart and as a written pattern depending on your preference. One skein of Malabrigo Rios (100grams, 210 yards) will make 2 pair in small size, or four gloves of your choice for small size. If making large size, makes 1.5 pairs, or 3 gloves of your choice.

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    You will need: 105ish yards/50g of worsted weight yarn to makes 2 gloves, or 1 pair) Size 4.5mm double pointed knitting needles or magic loop needle A size 5.5mm knitting needle for binding off One small piece of worsted weight scrap yarn for the thumb, and four smallpiecesofscrapyarnifyouaremakingthehalf-fingerversion.

    Yarn needle for weaving in ends.

  • 31) Cast on 32 stitches on three double pointed knitting needles using a stretchy cast on (like cro-chet or long tail). I put 12 on one needle, 12 on the next, and 8 on the last. Join in the round. See pages 10 and 11 for a picture walkthrough of this step.

    2) [K2, P2] until work measures two inches3) Knit four rounds.

    4) Now we will began thumb gusset. Follow this pattern, or the chart on page 5 if you prefer a chart.Seepage14forapicturewalkthroughoffirstthumbgussetroundifconfused.

    Round 1: Knit 29 stitches, K1 (dont drop stitch yet), place marker, then knit 1 through the back loop [K1TBL] to make one, drop stitch off left needle, place marker and knit to end of round. You should have one stitch between your markers. (Right hand: K29 stitches. Place marker, K1 (dont drop this stitch) place marker, K1TBL, then drop stitch off left needle, and knit to end of round)Round 2 and all even rounds: K allRound 3: K until marker, k1, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (2 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch knit to end)Round 5: K until marker, k2, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (3 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch knit to end)Round 7: K until marker, k3, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (4 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch, knit to end)Round 9: K until marker, k4, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (5 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch, knit to end)Round 11: K until marker, k5, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (6 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch, knit to end)Round 13: K until marker, k6, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (7 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch, knit to end)Round 15: K until marker, k7, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (8 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch, knit to end)Round 17: K until marker, k8, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (9 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch, knit to end)Round 19: K until marker, k9, k1tbl to make one, drop stitch off left needle, knit to end. (10 sts) (Right hand: knit until marker k1, k1TBL to make one, drop stitch, knit to end)Round 21: Knit to marker, put all stitches between marker [should be 10] on a scrap piece of worsted weight yarn, let hang. Do not knit these stitches. Now, knit into the stitch r Right after the second marker--pull yarn tightly. Continue knitting to end of round. See pictures on page 15 for photo walkthrough.Round 22: Knit all.

    PatternLeft & Right Hand

  • 4Now, we will make the top of the glove in the fashion you wish. There are four choices.

    Forfingerless,stayonthispage.Forhalffingers,gotopage6For mittens, go to page 8Forfullfingeredgloves,gotopage9

    1)Knitfourrounds.[itisrecommendedtotryonyourfingerlessgloveatthispointandseewhere it lies on your hand. In the next step we will only be adding 1.5 inches. Measure 1.5 inches from where your knitting is now. If you want the glove to be longer then that, please add knit rounds here]

    2) [K2, P2] for 1.5 inches and then bind off with larger [5.5 mm] knitting needle.

    3)Nowwewillfinishthethumb.Puthalfthescrapyarnstitchesona4.5mmdoublepointed(dp) knitting needle, and the other half on another 4.5mm dp knitting needle. With a third 4.5mm dp knitting needle, pick up three (four for large) stitches on the back of the glove.

    Then knit 3-6 rounds and then bind off. To see how many rounds you need, keep trying on glove after every 2 rounds until thumb its as long as you want. See page 16 for a thumb walk-through if you need extra help.

    Ididnotneedtoblockmyfingerlessmitts,butifyouryarnneedsblocking,doso.

    Make left hand glove and then wear, gift, or sell.

    PatternL & R Hand (cont.)

    Fingerless

  • 5***Perform this pattern ONLY for the stitches between the markers***/= Knit one, K1tbl of same stitch Colored block= Knit

    1) To start thumb knit 29 stitches, K1, place marker, then knit 1 through the back loop to make one [K1TBL], drop stitch off left needle, place second marker, then knit to end of round. This is round one of the thumb chart. (Right hand: K29 stitches. Place marker, K1 (dont drop this stitch) place marker, K1TBL, then drop stitch off left needle, and knit to end of round)

    2) Knit all stitches on all rounds that are not between markers. Perform round 2 and up of chart on all stitches between markers after round one.

    *On round 21 of thumb stitches (having completed all rows) put all stitches between your mark-ers on a piece of worsted weight scrap yarn and keep knitting around, closing the gap where youve added stitches (see pictures on page 15 if confused)

    *Go to page 4 for the next instructions after completing full thumb chart*

    Thumb Chart

    Round 1

    Gray stitches are the stitches between the markers

    Round 4

    Round 8

    Round 20* * * * * * * * * *Left Hand Right Hand

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    Round 1

    Round 4

    Round 8

  • 6Half-Fingers1) Knit nine rounds. Now, try on your glove at this point and see where it lies on your hand. You want the knitting to be one round below your pinky and two rounds below your other three fingers. Add more rounds until this is achieved.

    2) For the next round, [K1, K1tbl of same stitch, K7] to add 5 stitches to your glove, for a total of 40 stitches.

    3) Now, take the first three stitches of the next round, and the last seven stitches, and place them on a piece of scrap yarn. Tie. Now take the next five, and the last five, and place them on a piece of scrap yarn. tie. Now take the next five and the last five and place them on a piece of scrap yarn. Tie. Now place the last five stitches on a piece of scrap yarn. Tie.

    We will start knitting with the index finger, the closest finger to the thumb. Undo your scrap yarn, place the first four stitches on one 4.5mm double pointed knitting needle. Place the next stitch on the next double point, then backwards-loop cast on a stitch, and place two more stitch-es on this needle. Now, place the next three stitches on the last needle, and pick up a stitch from the row below. You should have four stitches on each needle. Using the yarn already attached to this finger, knit four rows, or until finger is as long as you wish. Bind of, and cut yarn.

    3) Now we will finish the thumb. Put half the scrap yarn stitches on a 4.5mm double pointed (dp) knitting needle, and the other half on another 4.5mm dp knitting needle. With a third 24.5mm dp knitting needle, pick up three (four for large) stitches on the back of the glove.

    Then knit 3-6 rounds and then bind off. To see how many rounds you need, keep trying on glove after every 2 rounds until thumb its as long as you want,

    I did not need to block my fingerless mitts, but if your yarn needs blocking, do so.

    1) Knit nine rounds. Try on your glove at this point and see where it lies on your hand. You wantittobetworoundsfromyourfingerswithnostretchappliedtoglove.Ifitsnottworowsaway,knitmorerows.Dontpullthetoptomeetyourfingers,justletitrestnormally.

    2) On the next round, [k1, K1tbl of same stitch, k7] repeat this all the way around. You should have 36 sts on your three needles when you are done.

    3) Knit one row.

    4) Now we will section off the digits. If you followed the chart/thumb pattern correctly, your thumbstartstwostitchesfromtheend.Wemustmakethefingerslaycorrectlywiththethumb,soyourfirstfingerholewontstartdirectlyatthebeginningofnextroundforthisreason.

    Takethefirstthreestitchesofthenextround,andthelastsevenstitchesandplacethemonascrappieceofyarn.Tie.Nowtakethenextfivestitchesandthelastfiveandplacethemonascrappieceofyarn.Tie.Nowtakethenextfivestitchesandthelastfiveandplacethemonascrap piece of yarn. Tie. Now take the last six stitches and place on a scrap piece of yarn. Tie.

    5)Wewillstartwithknittingthefirstfinger,theindexfinger.Youryarnisalreadyattachedtothisfinger.Startingwithbeginningoftheround(thestitchtotheleftofthetailifthumbis pointing t