Saturday, March 12, 2011

Newborn baby mittens

Here is a free pattern for mittens in a newborn size:

Material: DK yarn, remnants

Needles: 3 ½ mm/ US 4/UK 9


K = knit

P = purl

stst = stocking stitch

k2tog = knit 2 together

sl1k1 = slip 1 stitch, knit 1 stitch

psso = pass slipped stitch over the knitted stitch

Mittens (Make 2)

Cast on 28 sts. Rib K1, P1 for 14 rows.

Then knit in stst for 16 rows.

Reduce for top:

17th row: K2, sl1k1, psso, K7, k2tog, K2, sl1k1, psso, K7, k2tog, K2 (= 24 sts)

All reverse rows: purl

19th row: K2, sl1k1, psso, K5, k2tog, K2, sl1k1, psso, K5, k2tog, K2 (= 20 sts)

21st row: K2, sl1k1, psso, K3, k2tog, K2, sl1k1, psso, K3, k2tog, K2 (= 16 sts)

Cast of and close seam. Darn in all remaining ends.

The pattern of a full set of hat, bootees and mittens should be for sale on my ravelry page soon!


Tammy♥ said...

Really adorable!

Maxima said...

Thank you so much

Maxima said...

Thanks a lot

Maxima said...

What means BK yarn

madhat said...

DK means double knit. It's a yarn weight similar to Sport weight

granmacarol said...

i really like this pattern. i have little need for bonnets and mittens in a tropical country (Venezuela) but a favorite niece has moved to Buenos Aires with her tiny baby and it is getting cold there! so Great-aunt Carol will knit several of these for her baby Victoria Sofia. thanks for the pattern and God bless you. you sound like a wonderful family.

Alli said...

Thank you for this pattern! I am a brand new knitter, and I'm not ready to try the dpns yet. This pattern is easy to read, easy to remember, and I have already finished two pairs!

Mandi said...

Is this pattern worked in the round? If not do I need to do anything differently to work them in the round?