Resources | Mia Mitts | Pattern by Kari Capone
Some projects I can knit over and over again, and never grow tired of them. Fingerless mitts are a perfect example. They make wonderful gifts, and can be customized for each recipient in terms of color, length, and whether or not to add the caps. I like to take it a step further and embellish the backs of the mitts, adding initials, hearts, beads, buttons, or all of the above!
Portable and addictive, Mia Mitts can be made all year round, and stashed away in the knitter's gift closet. Tie together a pair with a dressy ribbon and delight your friends and family!
Long-Tail Cast-On by Suzanne Bryan
Right Twist Stitch by Kari Capone
Seaming your Mia Mitts by Kari Capone
Watch Kari stitch the top seam (A) and weave around thumb (B)
Mattress Stitch by Kari Capone
Watch Kari use Mattress Stitch to complete the seam (C) of the Mia Mitts
How to Attach the Caps to the Mitts by Kari Capone
Kari demonstrates how to attach the caps to the mitts, using a tapestry needle
Contact Kari at firstname.lastname@example.org for Mia Mitts pattern support.