Narragansett Fingerless Mitts


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Narragansett Fingerless Mitts are named after a quaint little New England town that has special meaning to me from my college days. With its rocky coastline that tumbles into the surf of the Atlantic Ocean, the design of these gloves echoes the picturesque shore that always brings a nostalgic smile as I think of those days gone by.

These beautifully textured mitts make the perfect modern alternative to traditional gloves. They’ll keep your hands cozy while still allowing full access to your fingers for all the texting and typing we find ourselves doing on a daily basis.

With seamless construction, these mitts are knit in the round starting with the ribbed cuff, and moving into the textured main body portion. The textured front of the mitts creates visual interest while making these gloves extra cozy! Thumb stitches are placed on a stitch holder or scrap yarn to be completed as the final step.

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Worsted Weight Yarn – 100 yds/91m per 50g
Sample Uses: Ella Rae Cashmereno Aran in Burgundy #21
(55% Merino Wool, 33% Acrylic, 12% Cashmere; 196 yds/179m per
3.5oz/100g ball)

5 mm / US 8 Double Pointed Needles for working in the round
or Circular Needles with a 36”+ cord for Magic Loop Method

A Row Counter is recommended but not required
2 Stitch Markers (in different colors)
Stitch Holder or Scrap Yarn

18 stitches in 4 inches
Worked in Stockinette Stitch, Unblocked
To save time and ensure your project is correct, check your gauge!
If fewer stitches, use a thinner needle and if more use a thicker needle.

One Size – Adult

PERMISSIONS: This knitting pattern is copyright by Jessica Ays for Double the Stitches 2020. You may not copy, share, change, or sell this pattern. No unauthorized reproduction, in whole or in part, or distribution of this pattern or content is allowed. You may sell items made using this pattern, however, you do not have permission to use my photos to sell your finished objects. To use this pattern for teaching a class or workshop, please contact me first for permission at or via Ravelry messages.