Welcome to the Seeded Columns Fingerless Mittens Knit Pattern! These fingerless mittens are the perfect accessory for keeping your hands warm while still allowing you to use your fingers. The unique seeded columns pattern adds a touch of texture and interest to these mittens, making them a stylish and functional addition to your winter wardrobe.
The free pattern is worked from the bottom up in the round, using Premier Basix yarn, a soft and durable yarn that will keep your hands warm and cozy. The pattern requires 1 ball of yarn, 16″ (40 cm) circular needles size 7 (4.5 mm) and 9 (5.5 mm), and DPNs needles size 9 (5.5 mm). The pattern includes instructions for Child to Adult Large sizes, so you can make a pair for everyone in the family. This pattern is suitable for intermediate knitters, as it requires some experience with working in the round and with different needle sizes.
The seeded columns pattern is a type of textured stitch that creates a series of small, raised bumps that resemble seeds. The seed stitches are created by knitting into the front and back of a stitch, creating a small bump. These bumps are then alternated with columns of plain knitting to create a unique and interesting pattern. The seeded columns pattern is a great way to add visual interest to your knitting without adding too much complexity, and it’s a versatile design that can be used in a variety of projects.
So grab your needles and yarn, and let’s get started on creating these beautiful fingerless mittens! With their unique seeded columns pattern and soft and warm yarn, these mittens will be a stylish and functional addition to your winter wardrobe. The pattern is free, so you can make as many as you want and give them as gifts too!
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