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Knitting: Our Top 10 Winter Mitten Patterns

Knitting: Our Top 10 Winter Mitten Patterns

Do you find that your fingers freeze on these chilly winter mornings? Never fear! We’ve rounded up our top ten mitten patterns to ward off the winter chill and refresh your wardrobe. Ranging from simple to complex, you’re sure to find a pattern that suits your skill level and style. Or get creative and make it your own!

1. Fabulous Fair Isle Mittens

Fair Isle Mittens

These bold yet elegant Fair Isle mittens by Charlotte Walford are an office favourite. The pattern is brand new on the Let’s Knit website! Download for free from Let’s Knit)


2. Ephemera Mittens

Ephemera Mittens

You can’t go wrong with this soft, simple design by Amy Christoffers. Wear them as mitten liners for extra warmth! The pattern is free from Ravelry

3. East Coast Mittens

East Coast Mittens

Wild dashes of colour bring these toasty mittens to life! Visit Ravelry for the pattern.


4. Family Snowflake Mittens

Sarah Menezes’ fab Fair Isle mittens come in sizes to fit babies, children and adults - and we love the matching hat. Download the pattern for the set for free.


5. Little Fox Mittens

Little Fox Mittens

Make yourself these cute woodland creatures by Birch Woodland Cottage to keep your hands warm. You can find the pattern at Ravelry


6. Gradient Flip Top Mittens

Gradient Flip Top Mittens

Perfect for when you need to use your fingertips without letting your hands freeze! Find the free pattern at Craft Foxes


7. Mosh Pit Mitts

Mosh Pit Mitts

Bright and bold, these fingerless beauties by Rachel Atkinson are great project for teens. Visit Ravelry for the pattern


8. Akay Mittens

Akay Mittens

We love the hypnotic pattern of these toasty mittens by Natascha Reim! The pattern is free to download from Ravelry


9. Simple Stripe Mittens

Cosy up in Emma Wright’s wonderfully easy hat and mittens set. Feel free to adjust the colour pattern to suit your style. Download the free pattern at Let’s Knit


10. Wabi Mitts

Wabi Mitts

Simple and perfect for layering as the weather gets warmer, try these rustic fingerless mittens. Find the pattern at Fringe Association


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