This year I will be retiring even more paid patterns into “forever free” patterns. I’ll be doing at least one (but probably more than that) each month. Check out the next free pattern available now.
These will be slightly different from my other forever-free patterns, where there may or may not be a video tutorial that is included. Sometime in the future, I may include tutorials with some of these, but for now, you may just only find a pattern.
Quick refresher: I have some patterns that are forever-free patterns and you can find those here. I also have some limited-time free patterns that are usually a paid pattern, but for the first week, or more, they are free to those that subscribe and see them in time to download. If you don’t want to miss out on those, be sure to subscribe now! Also, subscribe to get notice when more free patterns are released.
Granite Fingerless Mitts Knit Pattern
If you’re looking for a quick and easy knitting project that will keep your hands cozy and warm during chilly weather, look no further than the Granite Fingerless Mitts. This free knit pattern is perfect for beginners and uses super bulky yarn, which means you’ll be able to finish these mitts in no time.
One of the best things about this pattern is that it uses just one skein of super bulky yarn, so it’s an affordable project for knitters on a budget. You can also experiment with different colors and textures of yarn to create a variety of unique mitts.
These fingerless mitts are a versatile accessory that can be worn on their own or layered over gloves for extra warmth. They’re perfect for keeping your hands warm while you’re typing, texting, or working outdoors.
Overall, the Granite Fingerless Mitts pattern is a fantastic choice for beginners who are looking for a simple and satisfying knitting project. With its easy-to-follow instructions and quick knit time, this pattern is sure to become a staple in your knitting repertoire. Plus there is a free video tutorial to show you the pattern repeat.
Get it with the link below.
The pattern uses approx. 90 yards of super bulky yarn for both mitts. See some good options below. (affiliate links below)
From Paid to Free
As I mentioned before, this pattern used to be a paid pattern, but I am turning it into one of my forever-free patterns. You can pin it below if you want to come back later to download it. It will always be free so you can bookmark it for later.
Follow the button below to be taken to the pattern page to download the .pdf pattern. Leave me comments or questions and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.