Any kittens missing mittens around here?
If so, then this is definitely the post for you. Indeed, here are some patterns for striped mittens that will be super fun to make, really easy to work up and extra fashionable to wear. Of course, these patterns are simple as well, so that beginners can certainly tackle them. However, even the veterans among you will appreciate how much you can customize and enjoy making them. Overall, these are some of the most enjoyable and inventive mitten projects that take this thumb-only glove to a new aesthetic level. Better still, you can make them in most sizes, so that no member of the family has to go mitless.
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Country Comfort Mittens
To begin with, this set of striped mittens is a simple project that has a wonderful, springy cuff. To summarize, the project is fun, easy and makes great use of the colorful yarn suggested.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:
Faded Stripe Mittens
Our next striped mittens are undoubtedly a great way to use up yarn ends. However, if you work them into stripes, they look like amazing designer color sets.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Left in Knots blog:
Hello Gnome Mittens
Next, these striped mittens are a fun way for the kids to keep their hands warm. While they may not be exactly the height of elegance, they more than make up for it with their joy and whimsy.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Moogly blog: