��Knit Simple Kid&#39s Mittens to Maintain Tiny Hands Warm

Mittens are a necessity for kids' winter wardrobes, and this cute toddler-sized version is so simple you'll devote more time fighting your little ones to wear them than you did knitting them! Mittens are not a knitting project for beginners, but they are a wonderful way to expand your abilities as soon as you have mastered scarves and simple hats. This toddler mitten pattern is ideal for anyone who has by no means knitted mittens prior to.

Sizing / Finished Measurements
The mitten is developed for a toddler or tiny child. Measure the circumference of the intended recipient's hand just above the thumb to verify sizing.

Hand circumference: six inches

Mitten length: four-three/4 inches

20 stitches and 32 rounds = four inches in Stockinette stitch in the round.


* k = knit

* k2tog = knit two sts collectively as one

* M1 = make 1

* p = purl

* rnd(s) = round(s)

* RS = correct side the public side of the function

* ssk = slip, slip, knit two slipped sts collectively through the back loop

* st(s) = stitch(es)

* WS = incorrect side the inside of the work

* [ ] = repeat instructions within brackets as directed
1x1 Rib in the round (several of two sts)
All rnds: *k1, p1 rep from * to finish.

The mitten is knit in the round on double-pointed needles.