The illustration below shows the two main types of mittens: I think serging is probably a great idea if that option is available to you. On the third time around, when you get to the inside of the wrist, flip the cuff up and around the outside of the mitten. I made these last night and they turned out beautiful.
Etsy may send you communications; you may change your preferences in your account settings. Forgot your username or email? Fleece Mittens,toddlers mittens,winter mittens,rabbit mittens,age 2 mittens,fleece lined mittenswinter mittens,christmas mittens. Wool sweater mittens, upcylced fleece lined smittens, brown mittens, felted mittens, gifts for her, fall, winter, and spring fashion.
E31 3 piece hat mittens and scarf set lined with fleece size medium. Upcycled sweater mittens Suede Palm Mittens warm mittens fleece lined mittens felted wool mittens mitten earth tone mittens womens L.
Wool mittens,upcycled wool mittens, sweater mittens, upcycled sweater mittens, fleece lined mittens, mittens, winter mittens, gifts for her. Gray houndstooth mittens,Felted wool mittens,Fleece lined mittens Women's mittens,Sweater mittens,Winter mittens All wool mittens.
Sweater mittens, recycled sweater mittens, wool mittens, tan mittens, women's mittens, fleece-lined mittens, upcycled, wool mittens. Upcycled sweater mittens Suede Palm Mittens felted wool mittens fair isle fleece lined mittens recycled wool mittens women's size L. Sweater mittens, recycled sweater mittens, wool mittens, blue mittens, womens mittens, fleece-lined mittens, upcycled, Fair Isle Pattern. Norwegian style mittens,Felted wool mittens,Fleece lined mittens,Women's mittens, Sweater mittens, Winter mittens,Wool mittens,.
Upcycled sweater mittens Suede Palm Mittens warm mittens fleece lined mittens felted wool mittens fair isle mitten Nordic Mittens Women's L. Sweater mittens, recycled sweater mittens, wool mittens, red mittens, women's mittens, fleece-lined mittens, upcycled, wool mittens. Gray mittens,Felted wool mittens,Sweater mittens,Fleece lined mittens,Women's mittens,Winter gloves,Warm mittens,Repurposed sweater mittens. Wiggle your thumb and fingers to adjust the lining and tack into place. Slide the raw end the end that you cut about an inch into the mitten, inside both the lining and the sweater layer.
With a piece of yarn and darning needle, starting at one of the side seams, sew through all three layers, leaving a tail of yarn where you started. Sew around the mitten base two times, securely fastening the cuff to the inside of the mitten.
On the third time around, when you get to the inside of the wrist, flip the cuff up and around the outside of the mitten. Sew through all four layers in order to tack the cuff into place. Continue to sew, only the inside three layers not going all of the way through the outside cuff layer until you get to the back of the wrist. Sew all of the way through all four layers, tacking the cuff in place and add a button or two if desired.
Continue to sew only the inside three layers around back to the seam where you left a tail of yarn. Tie off the yarn and trim short. Tuck tails into the cuff. Thank you for the well written tutorial. Thanks for your support and understanding! I made a pair of these for my 5-yr-old last night and they turned out fabulous! The only adjustment was that the thumbs were too long, so I had to shorten them; and I also extended the wrists rather than making the cuff, so that she could keep her wrists warm between hands and coat sleeves.
These were more work than I expected you made it look so easy! Thank you so much for the amazing tutorial! I love that you made some pint-sized mittens! I love these mittens. I have a pair I bought at a craft show.
I would like to share with my quilt guild and have a class. Always looking for something new. Hey Vicki, I originally got a pair as a gift and I love them! I have tried printing your guest tutorial and the pattern for the felted wool mittens without success.
Is it not possible to print them anymore? Maybe give it a try in another browser? Could I also get a copy of the instructions emailed. My girls are excited to sew these cute mittens! We are looking for ways to make this Christmas really special for our family and we are seeking ways to keep the true meaning of Christmas real and alive for others. These mittens will be great to make and give away! I am interested in getting the pattern for the mittens.
I had a copy and they destoryed in a flood. I love this tutorial!! It is also more accurate! Thanks for a great pattern! Carrie, So glad you found the tutorial helpful! Good luck with your Christmas crafting. Hi, I love the patteren for the mittens.
Made some and they turned out beautifull.. I wonder how these will wash, being they have wool in them.. Will they shrink anymore? Hot water is what made the sweater shrink in the first place, so to be sure to avoid more skrinkage, just use cool water and wash them on delicate or by hand. I was hoping to make these as a last minute Christmas gift. But, had a question…when printing the pattern…do I print it as it comes up or do I shrink the percent?
It does look pretty big, but once all the layers are sewn together the mittens will be less gigantic. I made these last night and they turned out beautiful.
I was wondering if you would wash these again if they will shrink anymore.. So glad they turned out well for you. The hot water is what made the sweater shrink in the first place, so to be sure to avoid more skrinkage, just use cool water and wash them on delicate or by hand.
Beautiful, yummy looking sample pair on the instructional! I wish those were mine! Thank you for sharing. I will try to look up the pattern. I should probably know a lot more about how to maneuver around a computer. Do you need a certain thread or specific needle on the machine? I tried adjusting the tension as well, 6 times of unhooking the bound up thread on my machine and I decided to send you an email.
I even thought of hand stitching them, but a machine would hold better I think. I hate adjusting thread tension! If none of this works, I think a hand sewn pair of mittens would be extra special. I cannot find the actual pattern to download. It could be my computer. Can you email me a copy? Thank you so much.
Mary, Try opening this page different internet browser like Safari or Internet Explorer. Im making a fleece pair, bought a couple fleece vests that I think will work great,,, however i did notice that the palm top and bottom dont fit evenly, the palm top got an angled line from the side to the thumb and the other piece is more straight,,, are they suppose to lie together straight when you are placing th e pieces to sew or do you have to angle and sew and fit them as you sew,,,.
Please email the pattern. Best tutorial on the web for making felted mittens. The idea of felting and using my original pattern came up. Your alternative to the polar fleece lining by using a lighter knit is a great idea. Just thought I share the alternative polar fleece version because wool sweaters may not be as readily available as fleece. Their hands are always warm and dry. You are to be commended and your tutorial and is a fine example of how to write one.
Although I have to give full credit to my awesome pal, McCall , for writing this fine tutorial. Sounds like you were a trendsetter in the fuzzy mitten department. I bet they were perfect for WI winters.
I have tried without success to download the pattern. Could you please email it to me with the instructions?
I would be so grateful. Thank You, Nancy T. Please e-mail the pattern. Is there a seperate pattern for my grandchildren in Wi.? Were you unable to download it from the post? As long as you use a browser other than Firefox, you should be good to go. There is nothing wrong with Adobe Acrobat Reader…….
Thanks for the blog and uploads! There was one mislinked in there. I am so excited to make these with all my extra felted wool that I have! The question that I have is what size does this make? If you need it bigger or smaller though, you could simply adjust the percentage you print it out. My friend at work — here in Norway — wore these to work last winter. I was all over them! I have been on her case ever since to get me the pattern from her friend in the US, who made them.
And today I got the link. I love these mittens and plan to make them for the whole family. Thanks so much, these are truly amazing!
When I think Norway, I think sweater mittens for sure! I hope you enjoy the pattern and it keeps your fingers toasty all winter. I have made about 20 pairs and am obsessed! Best thing that every happened my way. Perfect to keep me happy during the long dark winters!!! My sister in NY is now a happy mitten owner too: I would be so grateful if you wold email me the pattern.
Thank you so much fro these amazing directions. Girls One Step Up braided cable knit, fleece lined leggings with an elastic waist, stretch knit material and a skinny leg with a 22 inch inseam. Girls Famous Pink Cable Knit See More Groupon Goods Hats. Womens one size fits mostFully lined in warm polyester fleeceSoft and Jacadi Accessories Jacadi Hat And No Stains Or Holes.
Dress your little one in style with this soft fleece lined knit hat and mittens set by Arizona. This 2-piece set includes an earflap hat with a knit panda face design.
Both mittens and hat
Product Features knit and high pile fleece lining. The mittens have a long cuff that. Free shipping BOTH ways on fleece lined wool mittens, from our vast selection of styles. Fast delivery, and 24/7/ real-person service with a smile. Click or call You might check out thrummed mittens - they aren't lined with fleece but have a knit in set of yarn loops on the inside of the mittens and you could maybe use a semi-bulky yarn for the loop-lining.