When I work or knit I like to have mitts that fit close. These mitts have no thumb, just a thumb opening and they also stop at the knuckles to leave the fingers free to be nimble.
These are well fitted mitts with negative ease, they fit my small hands nicely but also stretch to fit larger hands with several inches of give. These are easy, a gender neutral style, and super fast - you can make them and wear them the same night.
The pairs I have made used 35g of yarn in Trifecta, I didn’t weigh the pair I made from Clever before gifting them. You can make several pairs from one skein or whip up a matching Like Sunday Morning neck gaiter!
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- Less than one skein of NGY Trifecta or Clever will make a pair, in fact you can probably make about 3 pairs if you knit them without modifications. The pairs I have made used 35g of yarn in Trifecta.
- US 8 32” circular knitting needles I worked this in magic loop but you could easily make yours on DPNs. Gauge - 4 sts & 6 rows per inch in stockinette
- Tapestry needle for sewing in ends
- Optional: stitch marker for marking the beginning of your round.