How to knit mittens – video tutorial with detailed instructions

Knitting mittens step-by-step instructions. Summary: Mittens for 20 cm hand circumference Needles – US 3 (3.25 mm) and 7 in (17.78 cm) Yarn — RED HEART wors…
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14 Comments/Reviews

  • NLferretlady says:

    I wish there were sound

  • Janie Riordan says:

    Excellent video, I am going to make these. Not complicated. Do you always
    do them without sound? Just wondered.

  • Buckley411 says:

    Great tutorial! Thank you for posting!!

  • Emily Shari says:

    I mistakenly used 2.75 needles but I’ve already created the cuff. Because
    the needles I used are quite thin I don’t think the actual mitt will fit
    around my hand, so should i cast on extra stitches? I’m not really sure
    what to do

  • Heather Hoyt says:

    Why did you go through all the extra steps of knitting the cuff first and
    joining it and then knitting in the round? Wouldn’t it be easier to just
    start knitting in the round?

  • PassionXxKyohaku . says:

    Thank you for this video! Just like many others have already said, your
    instructions are clear and easy-to-follow. 🙂 Now I can make my own
    mittens, hurray!

  • Michelle Maibach says:

    Your tutorials are excellent. Thank you.

  • Cynthia Bell says:

    Thanks so much for this wonderful tutorial. I knit English style and tried
    to convert to Continental style by watching youtube videos with little
    success. However, you hold your yarn closer and are able to pick up the
    yarn easier. I think I can do your way so much better and faster so I’m
    going to give it another try. I have knitted lots of mittens before. Your
    directions are clear and easy to follow. Thanks again!

  • Yan Yan Lie says:

    Hello, thanks very much for the video. Just a few days I managed to knit
    the full body of the mitten, and the thumb yet to go. Enjoyed it a lot. The
    mitten size fits me perfectly. My questions are, 1)when to leave space for
    thumb for another hand? 2) what’s ur guide for a man’s size? For example,
    how many stitches to start? And how many stitches to leave room and make
    for the thumb?

    Thank you!

  • LesMess Bucilova says:

    I need a couple of the first two or three stitches to be in slow motion. So
    I can see and it would be so great if we could hear you. Its a fantastic

  • Janie Riordan says:

    Thanks for your quick response. Wanted to be sure since I am using the
    magic loop system.

  • Renee Postma says:

    I’m not sure if someone already asked this question but I was wondering how
    many stitches /rounds you do for a child’s mitten Thanks!

  • OstracizedEmu says:

    How do you make the rounded top of the mitten? I followed the instructions
    and I’m still ending up with a very triangular and harsh top. I want the
    round look.

  • Arlene Keeler says:

    How many did you CO and how many st on each needle ? Everytime I do it it
    ends up uneven number.
    Nvm I figured it out. was co on wrong! WOOT thanks for the Vid

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