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Wicked Knit Mittens

By: Rita Taylor

Knitting mittens is a great way to spend a cold and rainy afternoon.  These Wicked Knit Mittens, for example, are fun to make and show off!  Combine whatever two colors you like, although the neon pinks and greens look great together...and those little hearts on the top of the mitten are precious!

Wicked Knit Mittens


SIZE: 21.5cm (8.5in) Hand Circumference
TENSION: 26 sts and 26 rows to 10cm (4in) over chart pattern.
ABBREVIATIONS: M1 = Make 1 by picking up strand before next st and knitting into back of it.
Graph for Patterns:
Wicked Mittens


  1. Using Lime, cast on 44 sts and join to work in the round. Place marker for beg of rnd.
  2. Work in K2, P2 rib for 5 rnds.
  3. Cont in rib, work 3 rnds in Fuchsia, 2 rnds in Lime, 1 rnd in Fuchsia, 2 rnds in Lime, 3 rnds in Fuchsia, and 3 rnds in Lime.
  4. Continue with Lime and knit 1 rnd (Rnd 1 of Chart).
  5. Note: Chart is worked in St st (knit every rnd).

Begin Thumb Gusset:

  1. Next rnd: Work Rnd 2 of chart, increasing for thumb gusset as noted in chart. (46 sts)
  2. Continue in chart until Rnd 11 has been completed. (54 sts)

Separate Thumb from Hand:

  1. On Rnd 12, patt to bordered thumb gusset sts and slip these 11 sts on to waste yarn. Cast on 11 sts over gap, al ternating 1 st Lime and 1 st Fuchsia.
  2. Work from chart until Rnd 50 has been completed. (10 sts rem)
  3. Break off yarns, thread through sts, draw up and fasten off.


  1. Place 11 sts from waste yarn on to needle, pick up 1 st from between these and cast on sts, pick up 11 sts from cast on edge, pick up 1 st from between cast on and front of thumb. (24 sts)
  2. Work through Rnd 19 of Thumb Chart, decreasing as per chart to 8 sts. B reak off yarns, thread through sts, draw up and fasten off.
  3. Work Right Mitten like the Left, following chart for the right.
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