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Fingerless Mitts for All Seasons

This exclusive collection of five of our favorite patterns—one for each season, plus an end-of-year bonus pattern—will make your fingers itch to knit!

Pat Olski Dec 16, 2022 - 4 min read

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Join us as we celebrate the seasons with a fingerless mitts collection. Photo by Joe Coca

I am very pleased to present an exclusive PieceWork eBook collection, Fingerless Mitts for All Seasons.

Fetching and fun to make, fingerless mitts meld the traditional with tech-friendliness in the nicest of ways—you can warm up your hands and wield your mobile phone with ease. They do not require a large amount of yarn and making them is a great way to learn a new technique, or try a new fiber, in a project that is an approachable size.

Ruhnu Mitts to Knit

Designed by Riina Tomberg; pattern by Nancy Bush

A collaboration between Riina Tomberg and Nancy Bush resulted in these magnificent mitts based on 19th and 20th century patterns from the Estonian island of Ruhnu. Traveling stitches framed by eyelet ladders enhance the hands, while a decorative cast-on and stranded colorwork cuffs add warmth to the wrists and pulse points for these winter-ready woolens.

Ruhnu Mitts to Knit Designed by Riina Tomberg; pattern by Nancy BushLearn a new cast-on with this selection from Riina Tomberg and Nancy Bush. Photo by George Boe

Festival Lace Mitts to Knit

by Inna Voltchkova

These beautiful lace mitts designed by Inna Voltchkova display a veritable sampler of pretty eyelet knitting patterns, which will add a delicate touch to any ensemble and chase away the chill of early spring days.

Festival Lace Mitts to Knit by Inna VoltchkovaSmaller needles and soft laceweight will keep that spring chill away. Photo by George Boe

Mehndi-Inspired Wedding Mitts to Knit

by Katrina King

In times past, hand coverings served the vital purpose of shielding one’s hands from the sun. For the summer, Katrina King’s “Mehndi Inspired Wedding Mitts” are a showstopping accent for a bride or even a best-dressed guest, and a lightweight sun screen for all.

Mehndi-Inspired Wedding Mitts to Knit by Katrina KingTexture has been added in the form of nupps to this delicate knit. Photo by George Boe

Fingerless Rovaniemi Mittens to Knit

by Leena Kariniemi-Alve

For fall, try out the unusual and clever colorwork technique that defines Leena Kariniemi-Alve’s “Rovaniemi Mittens.” Not intarsia or stranded work per se, in this traditional Scandinavian method the pattern colors follow their own path upward, but only the main color completes the rounds. Make a pair for yourself, or for the men in your life—the striking geometric embellishment fronts a practical mitt that is ideal for driving, cycling, or walking the dog.

Fingerless Rovaniemi Mittens to Knit by Leena Kariniemi-AlveA different style of colorwork graces the Rovaniemi Mittens. Photo by Joe Coca

Keep Them Warm Wristlets to Knit

by Susan Strawn

As a bonus, we have included a simple and customizable choice, Susan Strawn’s versatile wristlets can be made shorter or longer, in a variety of fibers and colors, for a beginner-friendly fingerless glove that is sure to please anyone on your gift list.

Keep them warm wristletsLooking for something in sock weight? These wristlets from Susan Strawn fit the bill. Photo by Joe Coca

Weekend-workable projects are the best kind, and we think this carefully curated collection will keep you covered all year long!

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