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Free Knitting Pattern: Baby Mittens

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I’ve been trying to get this pattern online for 3 months, so I thought I’d post it in the blog for now and add it to the knitting section of the website later 🙂

Update:

This pattern has been moved to the pattern section at last!

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8 Comments

  1. shane

    hi sarah!…your dad,s cat hat…wicked!!!!!!! my wife wants to try to make mittens from our cat sam.we don,t know how to convert his combings into something you can knitt with.would yo be able to give us some direction???or instruction??? k…cheers sarah!!

  2. Ellie

    Sarah–
    I teach knitting out here in California, and was wondering if I could have your permission to use the “Flower Power” intarsia pattern.
    Thanks–
    Ellie

  3. Ellie

    Hi, Sarah–
    I teach knitting out here in California, and was wondering if I could have your permission to use the “Flower Power” intarsia pattern for a class.
    Thanks–
    Ellie

  4. Darlene Bost

    Hi Sarah, I am the editor of our newsletter for our knitting guild, Navesink Knitters. I would like permission to include this pattern in our September issue. We do not make items to sell but do have a “baby shower” every year for charity. I think this would be a quick and easy pattern for our members.
    Regards,
    Darlene Bost (darbost@verizon.net)
    Editor
    Navesink Knitters Newsletter

  5. Bev Brock

    I have been knitting for over 65 years, but so far have never encountered the abbreviation “ssk” in a pattern. This time it is for your Thumbless Baby Mittens.
    Would be grateful for a translation, please.
    Thanks.
    Bev Brock

  6. Jacqueline

    ssk = slip slip knit. You take 2 stiches from the left needle and slide over to the right needle. Then you put your left needle in front of the right needle – through the 2 stiches you just slid over. Then yarn over the right needle which is in the back and knit the two stiches off the right needle.

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