Pattern Release: Feathers on the Wind Fingerless Mittens

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I'm happy to announce that after quite the delay, the Feather On The Wind Fingerless Mittens are finally available! These took a while to get right, between COVID-related delays and sizing problems, but, now they're here, they're done, and they're available in my Web Shop and on Etsy!

A person wearing a pair of crocheted fingerless mittens in a mesh stitch.
Photography: Stephanie Wallace

These fingerless mittens are squishy and as light as a feather, thanks to the beautiful Feather Stitch stitch pattern! These mittens are worked in the round until the thumb opening, worked back and forth to shape the thumb opening, and then finished in the round. The thumb and top of the mitten are edged in half double-crochet.

With only a one-round repeat, these mittens work up fast, and are perfect for a more portable project!
5 Sizes Available: 
Adult Sizes: XS, (S, M, L, XL)
Wrist Circumference: 6.5 (7, 8, 8.5, 9) inches; (16.5, 18, 20.5, 21.5, 23 cm)
Cuff Length: Adjustable, sample shown worked to 6.5 inches (16.5 cm)
Pattern uses 145 (155, 166, 176, 186) yards (133, 142, 152,161, 170 meters) of DK-weight or light worsted yarn.
Sample is worked in *WeCrochet Gloss DK (70% merino, 30% silk), in "Kenai" and shown in size S;  I used a *5 mm (US H) hook to get gauge!

This pattern has written instructions only. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software

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If you've got feedback, comments, or questions about the pattern, you can comment here, or send me an e-mail!  And a huge thanks to the Pattern Muses over on Patreon, who got the opportunity to give feedback and ideas on this pattern!