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Scrap Busting Knit Mittens

Scrap Busting Knit Mittens
Scrap Busting Knit Mittens
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The Scrap Busting Knit Mittens are a stylish accessory for cold and windy days. These mittens are knit in garter stitch. They're easy to make and they only take an evening to complete. If you have a basket of yarn lying around, get to work today. Since you're only doing two rows per color, this mitten pattern is perfect for smaller pieces of yarn in varying colors. Within a few hours, you can have a cozy pair of handmade mittens for yourself or a lucky loved one. In fact, by using super bulky yarn to complete this pattern, you can easily make a pair for every member of your family.

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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I have to admit that this pattern is brilliant for using up leftover yarn scraps from other projects! These mitts are just so cute and cozy, no one would ever guess how simple the pattern is. I am definitely going to knit of several pairs of these to use as stocking stuffers at Christmas time. I think I will also use up some of my leftovers to make this for a local school that needs extra mitts for their students. I would recommend that you give this pattern a go. Its really nice.

What a clever pattern for those tiny leftovers of superbulky yarn! I can't wait to get these on my needles and clean that basket of scraps out of my closet!

I love stash buster projects, and since this one knits up so fast with leftover bulky yarn it's great for gifts or charity knitting. Everyone can use another pair of mittens.

I agree. Although gloves are nice, on some really cold days you just need mittens. I usually keep a pair stashed in my coat pocket and like to have another pair ready for when that pair goes into the wash. Mittens are a great project the work up quickly, and good for beginner knitters too.

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