Kaleido by Silkie B.

Knitting Designs By Silka Burgoyne

Flipper Mittens September 1, 2011

                        

Just a couple days ago, I mentioned that my stripy version of convertable mittens will be available in the Interweave Knits Holiday issue… I knew that the issue will be available soon but I did not realize it is going to be that soon. The Knits Gifts issue is now available on sales everywhere!

I love the Interweave Knits Holiday gift issue; the issue always fills with small projects great for holiday gift giving; project such as all kind of winter accessories, little toys and simple sweaters; of course the most important project will be my Flipper Mittens! The pattern is written for kids and the size large will fit a typical 10 years old. But the pattern is easy to adopt to make it into a pair of adult mittens, just need to cast on more stitches and make sure it’s multiple of 4.

If you would like me to give you a suggestion on how to adopt the pattern, feel free to contact me!

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4 Responses to “Flipper Mittens”

  1. Love it! Going to make a pair as soon as I finish the fingerless gloves I’m making now.
    I see that you love dramas, me too : ) It’s good to find a kindred spirit. What could be better than knitting and watching dramas? lol.

    • Glad that you love the flipper gloves and yes I love watching drama. Knitting and watching drama are rather good combination. Loving a drama called Bu Bu Jing Xin (Startling by each step) very addictive. Let me know if you have problem with mittens.

  2. Haven’t seen that one. I’ll try it next. I’m watching “Protect the Boss”, very funny.
    Thanks for the pattern.
    Blessings,
    Lili


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