Learn to Knit Fingerless Gloves with Me!


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If you’ve always wanted to learn how to knit fingerless gloves, or make custom mitts to fit your hands, I’ve got the class for you.

I’ve filmed a Choose Your Own Adventure knit mitts class for the Rebecca Page Knitting Summit, which is the perfect place to learn how to make fingerless gloves that will fit you — or anyone else you want to knit them for — just the way you want.

Learn to Knit Fingerless Gloves Course

This class has several different options for knitting fingerless gloves including:

  • knit flat and seamed (the striped ones above)
  • knit in the round with a gap for the thumb (the green ones)
  • knit in the round with a thumb gusset (the fuzzy ones)

We’ll walk through exactly how to measure your hand and what you need to measure to make a custom pair of mitts just for you.

Of course gauge is super important when designing your own knitting project, so we also spend some time talking about how to knit a swatch flat and in the round and how to measure it and do the math to ensure your mitts will fit.

Honestly it is really simple math, I promise.

When you know the basics of a knitting fingerless gloves that fit, you can alter the pattern in all sorts of ways, like stripes, working in different stitch patterns, color blocking and more.

The Rebecca Page Knitting Summit

This class on how to knit fingerless gloves is just one of the 23 classes in the Rebecca Page Knitting Summit.

While the free summit has passed, you can still purchase all the classes to help build your knitting skills.

Here’s just a little taste of some of the options:

  • basic lace stitches
  • mosaic knitting
  • a great first sweater knitting pattern
  • colorwork hats
  • dyeing yarn with onion skins
  • toe-up socks

How the Summit Works


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