Knitted Cozy Mittens

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What I used:

  • 2 skeins Katia Concept Alma in Rose Vert.
    • Note: at the time of writing this yarn is no longer available on the Katia website, but some resellers still have it in stock.
  • 5mm straight knitting needles
  • Darning needle for seaming / weaving in ends

Abbreviations:

  • CO: Cast on (we used the classic long-tail cast on)
  • k: knit
  • m1: make 1 stitch
  • k2tog: knit 2 stitches together

Gauge:

  • 19 stitches = 10cm in Garter Stitch on 5mm needles.

Sizes:

  • I used the “Women’s” size pattern as a starting point.
  • Kids and Mens sizes also available on the Martha Stewart website!

Instructions for knitting sideways mittens

Cast on 35 Stitches

Row 1: knit
Row 2: k1, m1, knit to end (36 stitches)
Row 3: knit
Row 4: knit
Row 5: knit
Row 6: k1, k2tog, knit to end (35 stitches)
Row 7: knit
Row 8: k1, k2tog, knit to end (34 stitches)
Row 9: knit
Row 10: Bind off the first 11 stitches, then knit to the end of the row (23 stitches)
Row 11: knit all stitches, then cast on 17 more stitches at the end of the row (40 stitches)
Row 12: knit
Row 13: knit to last stitch, m1, k1 (41 stitches)
Row 14: knit
Row 15: knit to last stitch, m1, k1 (42 stitches)
Row 16: knit
Row 17: knit to last stitch, m1, k1 (43 stitches)
Rows 18-30: knit
Row 31: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (42 stitches)
Row 32: knit
Row 33: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (41 stitches)
Row 34: knit
Row 35: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (40 stitches)
Row 36: knit
Row 37: knit
Row 38: Bind off the first 5 stitches, then knit to the end of the row (35 stitches)
Row 39: knit all stitches, then cast on 5 more stitches at the end of the row (40 stitches)
Row 40: knit
Row 41: knit
Row 42: k1, m1, knit to end (41 stitches)
Row 43: knit
Row 44: k1, m1, knit to end (42 stitches)
Row 45: knit
Row 46: k1, m1, knit to end (43 stitches)
Rows 47-54: knit
Row 55: Bind off the first 24 stitches, then knit to the end of the row (19 stitches)
Row 56: knit all stitches, then cast on 11 more stitches at the end of the row (30 stitches)
Row 57: knit
Row 58: knit
Row 59: k1, m1, knit to end (31 stitches)
Row 60: knit
Row 61: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (30 stitches)
Row 62: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (29 stitches)
Row 63: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (28 stitches)
Row 64: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (27 stitches)
Row 65: knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (26 stitches)
Bind off all stitches

Finishing

I love the contrasting seams in the original pattern. However, since the yarn I used was already so colorful, I used the same yarn to create invisible seams.

Weave in any loose ends and block to finish.

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