Removing gloves to search for your car keys, rummage through your tote bag for the children’s snack, or to simply pay for a coffee, is not fun. How many times have you lost one glove or mitt thanks to that scenario?!
These fingerless mitts are the answer and with this pattern you can be comfy and stylish and use up your stash DK yarn for all your friends for Christmas too!
Included in this product you will find the pattern:
DK Cable Fingerless Mitts, one size- adult
(scroll down the page for further details)
This listing is for the pattern only, not the finished items.
Each pattern is presented in English with instructions suitable, whether you live in the US or UK.
This is an ad-free, printable, pdf download.
DK cable fingerless mitts, in single size, adult
Who is this for?
This pattern is ideal for you if you’re new to cable knitting, they are a good learning tool for following shaping and cable pattern simultaneously. You will only use the beginner terms that first-timers use in cabling.
Why do you need it?
Adding shaping to your cabling skills is perfect for then attempting larger cabled items. (and who wouldn’t want these mitts anyway?!)
Why buy from me?
I teach knitting and understand that knitting skills need to be taught and practiced within niches so they can become easier and more automatic.
You can guarantee that when I give these a title and focus on a skillset and knowledge level you will not be asked to reach any further than the Meets Expectations grade in your OWLS knitting exams at Hogwarts!
This pattern is for beginner cable knitters. Secret knitting jargon is included, but only when absolutely necessary!
And full, written, abbreviation support is given with the pattern.
What supplies will I need to knit these items?
Pairs of single pointed knitting needles, sizes 3.25mm & 4mm for the DK mitts.
You will need 100g DK yarn – you will likely be able to make two pairs from 150g.
Also needed are a pair of scissors, measuring tape and knitter’s sewing needle or tapestry needle.
Who designed these patterns?
I designed these patterns, they are copyrighted:
©2017 Knit With Hannah.
They are intended for your own personal use, not for commercial sales.
If you would like to sell your finished items, please contact me for information about a seller’s licence. (email details below)
How will I receive my patterns?
Your patterns will be delivered by automated email, after payment. There should be no more than 20 mins delay. Usually delivery will be within 3-5 mins.
Please check your promotions/trash folders and be aware that some email service providers will take longer to filter and deliver emails with links and/or attachments(as these will have) than others.
Is there a returns policy?
Returns are not accepted, due to the nature of the pdf delivery. Please let me know within 7 days of purchase if you have queries regarding the delivered patterns.
Checkout is a 2-step process, so you will be aware that purchase is completing and you have time to decide whether these patterns are suitable for your needs.
What if I can’t knit these items?
If you are struggling to knit the items please refer to the video support that is available for free, here on my blog.
I also offer step-by-step guided video support for beginner knitters in some of my courses. For beginners cabling you can checkout the Crafty Cables Course at knitwithhannah.co.uk/join-cables
I am more than happy to answer any further questions that you might have about these patterns. You can send your queries, including those about seller’s licence to me at Hannah@knitwithhannah.co.uk
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