Saturday, November 3, 2012

Tutorial - How to Make Fingerless Mitts

A pretty stitch for your mittens

Mitts Tutorial at Nantucket Knitter Blog

"Recently, I was trolling the web for funky ribbing stitches to finish off my Knucks. When I found the prefect ribbing, I kept noticing a beautiful stitch being displayed in the sidebar. The website had dubbed it the "Wind in the Wheat" stitch. I loved it so much, I had to make some mitts out of it. And, since I have some unexplainable obsession with all things Finnish, I decided to name them Vehnän Mitts; Vehnän being Finnish for wheat. (Well, really, it means "common wheat"). Vehnän Lapaset is roughly translated to Wheat Mitts, but I thought that may be a bit unwieldy on the tongue".... Read more

1 comment:

  1. Hi! Sorry for the confusion but I moved everything around in my blog. This can now be found at under the 'patterns' section!