Knitted Lace Mitts
Intermediate | 19 min 54 sec
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Wendy Bernard teaches you how to knit fingerless mitts featuring a gorgeous Nested Fans lace pattern in this handy tutorial. Fingerless mitts are great for cross-season warmth, plus they’re ideal for typing away on your electronic devices while keeping your hands toasty. In this action-packed class, you’ll learn how to start with a simple ribbed cuff, read a lace chart, shape a thumb gusset and more. The mitts call for very little yarn, and are a great opportunity to use that precious skein you’ve been saving for a rainy day.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Madelinetosh Hand Dyed Yarns Pashmina [75% merino wool, 15% silk, 10% cashmere; 360 yards (329 meters) / 100 grams]: 1 hank Antique Lace
  • Needles
  • One set of double-pointed needles size US 2 (2.75 mm)
  • One set of double-pointed needles size US 3 (3.25 mm)
  • Notions
  • Stitch markers in 2 different colors
  • Waste yarn
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Tape measure
  • PDF pattern
Learn how to:
  • Create cuffs using 1x1 Rib Stitch
  • Work the Nested Fans lace pattern
  • Shape a thumb gusset for right and left hand
  • Put gusset stitches on holders
  • Work thumbs
What you’ll get:
  • Detailed lesson on knitting and cozy fingerless mitts
  • 4 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supplies list and downloadable Nested Fans lace PDF pattern ($8 value)
  • Step-by-step expert instruction from Wendy Bernard
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
335 users recommended this class to a friend
Consuelo LeZama
I liked the easy presentation. I did finish a pair!
November 23
Wendy O
Much easier than I expected. The demonstration of the techniques and stitches got me through any difficulties quickly. Highly recommend!
October 13, 2022
Ann Toliver
great camera views and she covered the parts that could confuse if only reading the pattern
More than 3 months ago