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Tiffany Blue Fingerless Mitts



These beautiful blue mitts are the exact same color as every girl's favorite little blue box. The Tiffany Blue Fingerless Mitts are an adorable cold weather knit accessory that offer the perfect amount of warmth. This fingerless mittens pattern is a great way to add a pop of springtime color into a dreary winter wardrobe. The Tiffany Blue Fingerless Mitts make a great gift for anyone who appreciates charming knitwear.

Tiffany Blue Fingerless Mitts
Tiffany Blue Fingerless Mitts
This image courtesy of Leisure Arts


Knitting Needle Size: 11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)



  • Yarn (Bulky Weight) 3.5 ounces, 120 yards (100 grams, 110 meters) per skein; 1(2) skeins
  • Knook Size L (8 mm) or size needed for gauge


  • Knitting Needles Straight. Size 11 (8 mm) or size needed for gauge
  • Yarn needle

Size: Small/Medium {Large/X-Large}
Fits Hand Circumference: 7½{9½}"/19{24} cm
Finished Length: 7" (18 cm)

In Stockinette Stitch (knit one row, purl one row), 12 sts and 16 rows = 4" (10 cm)

Exact gauge is essential for proper size or fit. Before beginning your project, make a sample swatch using the yarn and Knook/needles specified. After completing the swatch, measure it, counting your stitches and rows carefully. If your swatch is larger or smaller, make another, changing the Knook/needle size to get the correct gauge.
Keep trying until you find the size
Knook/needles that will give you the specified gauge.

ch(s) chain(s)
cm centimeters
K knit
mm millimeters
P purl
st(s) stitch(es)
tog together
YO yarn over

( ) or [ ] — work enclosed instructions as many times as specified by the number immediately following or contains explanatory remarks.
colon (:) — the number(s) given after a colon at the end of a row denote(s) the number of stitches you should have on that row.


Mitt (Make 2)
Knook: Leaving a long end for sewing, ch 24{30}, pick up 23{29} sts on foundation ch: 24{30} sts.
Knit: Leaving a long end for sewing, cast on 24{30} sts.
Rows 1-6: (K3, P3) across.
Row 7 (Right side): Knit across.
Row 8: K1, P 22{28}, K1.
Rows 9-24: Repeat Rows 7 and 8, 8 times.
Rows 25-28: (K3, P3) across.
Bind off all sts in pattern, leaving a long end for sewing.

Weave seam from bottom edge for 3" (7.5 cm) (Fig. 7, page 23), then weave seam from top edge for 3" (7.5 cm), leaving 1" (2.5 cm) opening for thumb.

(abbreviated K2 tog)
Insert the Knook into the front of the second and then the first stitch on the cord as if to knit (Fig. 1a), then knit them together as if they were one stitch (Fig. 1b).

Fig. 1a


Fig. 1b

(abbreviated YO)
Bring the yarn to the front under the Knook, then back over the top of the Knook, so that it is now in position to knit the next stitch (Fig. 2).

Fig. 2

When instructed to pick up stitches on a knitted piece, insert the Knook from the front to the back under two strands at the edge of the worked piece (Fig. 3). Catch the yarn as if picking up stitches on the foundation chain and draw the yarn through, resulting in a stitch on the Knook.

Repeat this along the edge, picking up the required number of stitches.

Fig. 3





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Reviews More Reviews

Dec 15, 2013

Ooh, I just have to learn to knit!


Dec 15, 2013

not much of a knitter but would love to try these


217 Ratings

Dec 15, 2013

these are an awesome color and i just love fingerless mitts.


Dec 15, 2013

gotta give this a try


Dec 14, 2013

Oh, I so need a pair of these as my hands get so cold when I am on the computer..


Dec 14, 2013

Hey, I'm Tiffani, but I'm not blue. These fingerless gloves look way too cool!


Dec 14, 2013

My granddaughters love these -- easy to make.


Dec 14, 2013

I really should learn how to knit. =)


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