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How to knit (fingerless) mittens – thumb (part 6)

How to knit (fingerless) mittens – thumb (part 6)

Finishing strong – thumbs. Let’s start with the basics, so you can get an overview of how things go on… First, we need stitches. Put the thumb stitches from stitch holder onto two needles (something like on this picture on left) and take your third...
Pattern from history – Star of nupps from 1984

Pattern from history – Star of nupps from 1984

  Today’s pattern from history is a little challenge. Explosion of nupps. But look at the pattern – fantastic. Actually, it’s from same pattern sheet as last history post was. I couldn’t left it out. And I think there is one more I’m...
Knitting pattern for Honeycomb Socks

Knitting pattern for Honeycomb Socks

3rd pair of socks from sock series. I would say that this is not a pattern for beginner knitters. There’s too much going on and to look out for. So if you haven’t knit socks at all then choose something simpler. Like first pair – socks with diagonal...
How to knit (fingerless) mittens – thumb gusset (part 4)

How to knit (fingerless) mittens – thumb gusset (part 4)

You should be ready to make a gusset for thumb. There was a time when I thought that knitting mittens with thumb gusset was too complicated. So I stuck to what I knew. Just an easy tube with hole in it. I’ll be honest with you. These tube mittens are ugly...