Knitted Ruffled Fingerless Mitts

The Knitted Ruffled Fingerless Mitts are a stylish and functional accessory that adds a touch of elegance to any outfit. With their delicate ruffles and soft, breathable yarn, these mitts are perfect for dressing up or down. The fingerless design allows for dexterity and flexibility, making them ideal for typing, texting, or performing other daily activities. The ruffles add a romantic and feminine touch, making them a lovely gift for the fashion-conscious individual who appreciates handmade, unique accessories.

1 hank SWTC Yin
60% Wool/20% Silk/20% Bamboo
50 grams/1.75oz
164 yards
1 hank SWTC Yang
60% Wool/20% Silk/20% Bamboo with sequins on a silk thread
50 grams/1.75oz
100 yards
You may also use any sport weight yarn
Size 4 US (3.5 mm) double pointed needles
About 5 sts=1 inch in St st

Selvage Edge Knit in back of the first stitch, work pattern for the row, Slip the last stitch as if to Purl. Do this on each row for a finished edge. You will use this technique as you knit the rows for the thumb opening.

This is a K1, P1 rib pattern.
With Yin, CO 38 stitches.
Join with a purl stitch and purl the first round.
Knit the next round.
Knit one, Purl one rib stitch pattern for 35 rounds.

Make opening for thumb
Begin knitting back and forth to make an opening for the thumb. Use the selvage edge instructions above for the first and last stitch on each row of 10 rows. You will be knitting flat, turning your work for these 10 rows, continuing the rib pattern.
Begin the 11th row the same but purl the last stitch and rejoin the work at the top of the thumbhole.
Continue Knit one, Purl one rib stitch pattern in the round for 15 rows.

Make Ruffle
Begin knitting with sequined Yang yarn, (or other fashion yarn) make a ruffle by knitting into the front and the back of every stitch for 3 rounds. Bind off.

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