Don’t you love the look, feel, and warmth of homemade k […]
Don’t you love the look, feel, and warmth of homemade knitted mittens? They are so cozy and nice, and the fact that they are homemade gives them that special sentimental significance worthy of cherishing. And since it is so cold outside, now is a good time to make some.increase one on your needle that has 12 stitches on it. On the first needle that has 6 stitches, knit one and then increase one.
So now your needle that had 12 stitches now has 13 and your second needle now has .This will bring you to the reserved stitches that you put on the safety pin and then cast on 6 which will be opposite the reserved stitches that are on the safety pin or the extra needle. Knit the rest of the round. There should be a hold for your left hand thumb. The last needle will still haveHere are some easy instructions for some medium ladies size mittens so that you can qilak some this winter for your loved ones so that their hands don’t freeze while living here in our beautiful cold climate.
You will need to have some basic knitting skills to help you: casting on, knitting and purl stitch, and knowing how to count rows.This is your thumb hole round. Knit all 13 stitches and then put the last 6 stitches in a holder, like a safety pin. The thumb will be on the left side so this is your left hand mitten.
Knit the rest of the round.Keep knitting around and around until your knitting almost reaches the tips of your fingers. Try on your mitten periodically to decide when to start decreasing. You can start decreasing when the top of your pinky finger is not showing. At this point you can count how many rounds you knitted so that you’ll know how many rounds to do for the other side.
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