Granite Mitts

I have a new pattern for y'all.

I love the Granite stitch.

It looks so pretty and it's super easy to knit. I came across this stitch a few years ago when I was making a sweater for my son-in-law.

Here is a pattern for a pair of fingerless mitts utilizing the Granite stitch. It's written to be knit on 2 circular needles. The pattern requires about 180 yards of worsted weight yarn. You will also need size 5 needles, a stitch holder, stitch markers, a yarn needle, and scissors. The mitts knit to size Ladies Medium, which means an 8 inch hand circumference, and 7 inches in total length. They feature a thumb gusset for extra comfort. I hope you enjoy it. To download the PDF of this pattern, click on the link:

Linky ---> Granite Mitts pdf


Donna Karson said...

Can't find your explanation for abbreviation SIM. Help!

Donna Karson said...

What does SIM mean?

Beadknitter said...

Slip marker.