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Simple Textured Hand Warmers Knitting Pattern

These pretty Hand Warmers are simple to make and require no increasing or decreasing. The tension of the different ribs used does the shaping for you. They can be worn as fingerless gloves or over fine gloves for extra warmth on a cold day.

Materials & Tools

 

 

Here we have used Graphite Mineral Wool but there are nine earthy tones to choose from.

Size: 18 cm long, 9 cm wide (One size, but adjustments can be made for a better fit)
Tension: Woven rib, 10 cm square, 28 sts x 36 rows

Choose any one yarn cake for this pattern

Which color will you go for?

Abbreviations

 

  • K: knit
  • p: purl
  • RS: right side
  • tbl: through the back of loop
  • WR: wrong side

The Directions

 

 

The Glove (both alike)
Twisted rib forms the top of the glove and creates the shaping for a neat fitting cuff.

Twisted rib
Using 2.75 mm needles cast on 51 sts
ROW1: RS p1, (k1tbl, p1) to end of row.
ROW2: k1, (p1tbl, k1)

These two rows form the pattern for a twisted rib. Repeat these two rows until work measures 5cms ending on row two.
Continue with glove as follows:

Woven Rib
ROW1: RS knit to end
ROW2: knit to end
ROW3: p1, (k1tbl, p1) to end of row
ROW4: k1, (p1tbl, k1) to end of row

These four rows form the pattern for the Woven Rib. Repeat rows 1-4 in this section twice more and rows 1 & 2 once more.

Broken Rib
Change to broken rib
ROW1: k1, (p1tbl, k1) to end of row.
ROW2: Purl to end

These two rows form the pattern for the Broken Rib. Repeat rows 1-2 in this section 4 times more.

Return to Woven Rib and complete 1-4 three times as before and 1 & 2 once more

Return to Broken Rib section and repeat rows 1 & 2 five times as before.
Return to Woven Rib section and complete rows 1-4 once.

Knit 2 rows.
Cast off.

To make up
With wrong side facing, fold the glove in half longways. Starting from the top of the glove and using mattress stitch, stitch up glove seam for 6.5 cm. leave a gap of 5 cm for the thumb and sew up remaining seam. Sew in threads…and enjoy!