1. Retro crocheted mittens
These fun two-toned crocheted mittens will keep your hands toasty on the coldest of days. Made out of 100% wool with a nice stretch cuff, the quirky circle design will surely turn heads.
2. Fleece mittens for big hands
Fleece mittens are perfect for outdoor winter activities. You can make a pair in just a few easy steps.
3. Magical mittens
Everyone knows that in the winter fingers prefer to huddle together for warmth. That's why we all love our mittens. But sometimes you need your fingers free to lace up your children's skates, squeegee your ski goggles or pick the ice out of your car-door's keyhole. These adults' mittens are knitted in pure wool for cosy comfort – and they're designed with tops that pop off to let fingers function when they need to.
4. Fleece mittens for baby hands
Keep tiny fingers extra warm with fleece mittens in just their size. Elasticized wrists and two layers of fleece make these mittens extra cosy.
5. Knit a baby baseball tee with mittens
This adorable raglan pullover from comedian/actress Tracey Ullman's knitting book will be ready in no time.
6. Cosy knits: Mitts
Protect your fingers from the frosty winter air with these knitted mittens. Mitts are knit on two needles and have a dot pattern on the back only. Recommended pattern for experienced knitters.
7. Cosy knitted hand/wrist warmers
Keep your hands warm on chilly fall mornings -- and in freezing cold offices. Also called fingerless gloves, these quick-to-knit warmers keep wrists and the upper part of the hands toasty while preserving finger dexterity. In mildly cold weather, they can be worn as is; when it's really cold, they can be layered with gloves underneath.
8. Fingerless mittens
Fingerless mitts are perfect for keeping your hands toasty but still free enough to wrap around your favourite mug. This simple pattern will even let you splurge on a decadent skein of silky merino blend.
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