- 1 Knitting materials and knitting tools:
- 2 Knit fingerless gloves size:
- 3 Common abbreviations of knitting stitches:
- 4 Note for knitters:
- 5 Ribbing of the cable knit fingerless gloves:
- 6 Body of the cable knit fingerless gloves:
- 7 Gusset section of the knit cable fingerless gloves:
- 8 Thumb of the cable knit fingerless gloves:
This gorgeous fingerless cable gloves knitting pattern is a perfect accessory for people with cold hands. Whether you are at home reading a book or getting a fresh air in the park these fingerless gloves will protect your hands from getting cold and, at the same time, will keep your fingers free for typing, texting, reading or knitting. I have used the same type of cables as in my winter cable knit hat for women so by finishing this project you will get an elegant set of knit hat and knit fingerless gloves. It’s a fairly easy project that can be accomplished by beginner-level knitters and require only one skein of yarn. Get started today and have a fun time knitting fingerless gloves with cables.
Knitting materials and knitting tools:
<> 5 Double Pointed Knitting Needles number 3.5;
<> 1 skein of Alize Lana Gold Classic 50% wool, 50% acrylic. This color is something between blue and green
Knit fingerless gloves size:
Wrist size 16-17 сm
Common abbreviations of knitting stitches:
k – knit
p – purl
k2tog – knit two together
Cable 4 Back (C4B): Slip 4 knit stitches to the extra needle and hold in back of work, 4k from the left hand needle, 4k from the extra needle.
Cable 4 Front (C4F): Slip 4 knit stitches to the extra needle and hold in front of work, 4k from the left hand needle, 4k from the extra needle.
Note for knitters:
The left mitten is identical to the right one until you reach thumb gusset.
Ribbing of the cable knit fingerless gloves:
So let’s start. Cast on 40 stitches for the warmers. (I have used long tail cast on)
Round 1: Begin with rib 2 by 2 *knit 2, purl 2* keep repeating 20-25 rounds until the ribbing measures 7,5-8 cm from the edge.
Body of the cable knit fingerless gloves:
Round 1: 2p, 16k, 22p.
Round 2-7: repeat Round 1.
Round 8: 2p, C4B, C4F, 22p.
Keep repeating Rounds 1-8 – 3 more times until you reach gusset section.
Gusset section of the knit cable fingerless gloves:
Round 1: 2p, 16k, 3p, take another color thread and continue 6p, slip 6 purl stitches back to the left needle, take the main color thread and continue 19p.
(Gusset section for the right mitten, where you worked with another color thread on the 3rd needle. For the left mitten work with another color thread on the 4th needle).
Round 2: 2p, 16k, 22p.
Round 3-7: repeat Round 2.
Round 8: 2p, C4B, C4F, 22p.
Round 9: Begin again with rib 2 by 2 * 2k, 2p* keep repeating 10-15 rounds until ribbing measures 4-5 cm from the row 8th.
Last Round: Finish off mitt – *k2tog, back stitch from the right needle to the left – repeat from * till the end of the round.
Thumb of the cable knit fingerless gloves:
Draw out another color thread and pick up 6 stitches up and 6 stitches down.
Pick up 2 stitches from the both sides.
In order to avoid holes while picking (2 stitches from the right and 2 stitches from the left) try to twist them.
Redistribute stiches to make 4 on each needle, attach yarn at inside and purl until your finger measures 3-4cm. Finish off finger. Weave in ends.
Repeat knitting pattern for the left mitten.
Now we have a real set hat and warmers. I am so excited and ready for winter.
PS: for those who prefer wearing knitted mittens I’d recommend checking my Swedish style knit mittens pattern or wicker-style knitted mitten pattern.
Yuk, It’s a double pointed needle pattern! I HATE double pointed needles, like many other people! Double pointed needles take all the fun out of knitting. I would rather use just 2 needles and seam up the sides.
well, try 2 needles and seam up the sides as you said, I just have shown my idea
These look lovely. Thanks for the pattern!
These look lovely, thank you. about to knit up in dark brown bamboo yarn for a friend 🙂
Can you use circular needles instead of the double pointed ones?
Hi. Yes, you can use Circular needles instead of DPN
Thank you so much for all your time to do these lovely kniting and to share them, i love kniting, at this time i knited a lot of hat, sacrves ans i love to begin kniti mitten, and i want to know if you can do a video of these mitten, ithank you so much
Hi thank you for your feedback. Maybe in the future, but currently I spend almost all my time with my baby and don’t have even minute to knit. Let me know if you have questions regarding the knit mittens pattern, i will be more than happy to help.
I like this pattern. I want to knit it If I have a problem I hope you will help me. thanks so much for this beautiful pattern.
YEs, will help. Good luck
Can I knit this pattern with 4 ply wool please? How many stitches per row/inch or cm?
Hi you can, But i can not calculate number of stitches without your gauge