LP202. Dailey Mittens


I found this pattern on the Internet, designed by Bethany Dailey. They are extremely easy to knit, and look great! What I appreciate especially that they are knit in one piece, and in the end there are only a few seams to sew. Ms Dailey has created two versions of this pattern, child size and adult size, below are the instructions for adults.


I won't be posting the instructions on this blog, since it is not my pattern to distribute, but I am sure Ms Dailey won't mind a link to hers. (I tried to contact her, but never heard back...)

Here is the link to the original pattern in PDF format... and below the accompanying video.

Comments

  1. Hi Sophia,
    You did another excellent job of describing how to knit Daileys mittens! I'm sure she will be proud of how well you explained the pattern.
    Barbara

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  2. Sohia,
    I aplogize I wrote the persons name wrong that made the pattern. I meant "Dailey Mittens"
    Barbara

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  3. Hi Sophia! :) This is Bethany Dailey from GettinItPegged.com, the author of this mitten pattern. I wanted to let you know that the note you sent me via Facebook was only just now found, otherwise I would have answered you much sooner. ;) I think Facebook enjoys confusing people, lol!

    You did a terrific job on the video...it is clean and clear and very easy to follow. Good job! If any of your viewers would like to find more Gettin' It Pegged! designs, you can send them to my Freebies page at my site: http://gettinitpegged.com/freebies/ and also my pattern shop: http://gettinitpegged.artfire.com/

    Happy looming to you!
    Bethany~

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  4. Where to get a tiny loom. my smallest has 24 pegs..can i still use it? You also used for slippers.....TY

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  5. Now I want to make a pair of mittens!

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  6. Wow that is an awesome stitch ty for the share

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