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Your alternative to the polar fleece lining by using a lighter knit is a great idea. Although the fleece is warm, it’s a little too bulky, since the original pattern used it for the outside mitten and lining.

Could I please get the pattern for making your mittens from old sweaters. Get more details about how to felt sweaters here.

You might check out thrummed mittens - they aren't lined with fleece but have a knit in set of yarn loops on the inside of the mittens and you could maybe use a semi-bulky yarn for the loop-lining.
How to add fleece lining to knit mittens. (TECHknitting: Lining mittens, part 1: thumb at the side).
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Please email the pattern. Best tutorial on the web for making felted mittens. The idea of felting and using my original pattern came up. Your alternative to the polar fleece lining by using a lighter knit is a great idea.

Just thought I share the alternative polar fleece version because wool sweaters may not be as readily available as fleece. Their hands are always warm and dry. You are to be commended and your tutorial and is a fine example of how to write one. Although I have to give full credit to my awesome pal, McCall , for writing this fine tutorial.

Sounds like you were a trendsetter in the fuzzy mitten department. I bet they were perfect for WI winters.

I have tried without success to download the pattern. Could you please email it to me with the instructions? I would be so grateful.

Thank You, Nancy T. Please e-mail the pattern. Is there a seperate pattern for my grandchildren in Wi.? Were you unable to download it from the post? As long as you use a browser other than Firefox, you should be good to go. There is nothing wrong with Adobe Acrobat Reader……. Thanks for the blog and uploads! There was one mislinked in there.

I am so excited to make these with all my extra felted wool that I have! The question that I have is what size does this make?

If you need it bigger or smaller though, you could simply adjust the percentage you print it out. My friend at work — here in Norway — wore these to work last winter.

I was all over them! I have been on her case ever since to get me the pattern from her friend in the US, who made them. And today I got the link.

I love these mittens and plan to make them for the whole family. Thanks so much, these are truly amazing! When I think Norway, I think sweater mittens for sure! I hope you enjoy the pattern and it keeps your fingers toasty all winter. I have made about 20 pairs and am obsessed! Best thing that every happened my way.

Perfect to keep me happy during the long dark winters!!! My sister in NY is now a happy mitten owner too: I would be so grateful if you wold email me the pattern. Thank you so much fro these amazing directions. Looking forward to making these for my Grandsons. Thank you so much for the amazing directions.

Looking forward to making these for my grandkids. I am having issues trying to print the directions. Would you please e-mail me the directions? Hi on the site you have 2 different mittens but not the complete of either one the one I made one to look like yours turned out great but can you send me both of the mitten patterns.

Both slanted top and bottom palms and the swooped one of the palms. Thank you for posting for use!!!! The pattern you downloaded should have 6 total pages and you need to cut 3 total pieces for each mitten plus the cuffs. I am still not understanding in your pictures you have on your site you have a mitten that is scooped down so that would be for a left and a right pattern top and bottom. The angled palm one top and bottom that would be a total of 8 and than one for the back of the mitten.

So that would 9. Missing is the bottom angled and top scooped. I can just flip it over for the left and right hand I hope you understand this? Please email me the templates. I am so excited about making them. The possibilities are endless. Would you please email me the pattern. I would really appreciate it. I have made several pairs.

Thanks for the pattern. They turn out a different size eveytime. The biggest complaint I get is that they are too wide at the finger end.

Am I doing something wrong or are they suppose to be that way? Maybe if u could email me the pattern it is a different size that what I printed out. Also could u please email instructions. My elderly mother loved making sweater mittens. Would you kindly email the pattern to me? Bless you in advance! I would love to have the template please. I love these mittens and would like to make them as presents friends.

Could you please send the updated pattern? If you want to make combos of felt pieces on the backs of the mittens, do you have suggestions on how not to have bulky seams?

I was considering serging— Thanks! The pattern in the above links is the updated one, so feel free to download an enjoy! I think serging is probably a great idea if that option is available to you.

Otherwise layering one piece on top of the other and sewing them by hand embroidery-style might work. You could also intentionally have that seem facing out and whip stitch it.

I would like a copy your pattern template. I have tried these previously from another pattern and they are great but yours has the slightest bit of a different take. They seem to be a little more on an angle where the 2 palm pieces come together and the thumb is a little different making them look more whimsickle which i like but can not spell! Also, I do not know how to not have bulk where the cuff is.. I am guessing with the felted sweaters being sooo thick that is just the way they are.

I love this mitten pattern, could you please e-mail me the instructions and pattern? I have 10 granddaughters that would love them. I love the idea of using a wool blanket inside.

I notice you lay out the pattern pieces on the bias —- does it have to be this way? Or can I lay them straight of grain? Love the pattern can not wait to try making them. Could you email me the instructions. I would appreciate it very much. Thank you in advance. Luv Luv these mitts! I will be sure to tag the credit to your website! Wow this is such a great idea to upcycle a sweater, the mittens came out really beautiful too!

Thanks for sharing your pattern and tutorial! Or the one on the right side of the screen toward the top. Sometimes combing through the internet to find what you need is half the battle!

Once you enter your email address, be sure to check your email for a confirmation email. It might be in your spam folder. How do I get the templates for the pattern pieces?

The Vault can be found here. It should also be in the welcome email you received, so you can check it out again in the future. I add new patterns and templates often. Wow, very cute and does not seem too hard to do it. I will try out this lovely product result by a new sewing machine and my husband bought will show you my product when completed.

Wait for it offline. How fun to have a new sewing machine! Can I get the printable pattern for these mittens emailed to me? This project is such a fun excuse to go thrift store sweater shopping. Very cool idea to turn some ugly sweaters into very cute mittens and boot cuffs.

I am always looking for repurposing ideas and this one is a definite one to put on my to-do list. I hope you enjoy the pattern! Did you gain access to the Vault? Can you please send me a copy of the template too? I hope you enjoy them! If you subscribed using your email address in the box above this comment area, you should have received an email from me with download instructions.

I enjoyed watching your tutorial on sweater mitts and was hoping to get a copy of your pattern and directions. Thank you , Mary. The written pattern is above within the blog post. I am trying to make mittens for a mission. Too much cold out there and too many people that are cold. Going to rummage sales and thrift stores to get my project on track. Thanks for the pattern! How wonderful of you, Roberta! If you need to, you can always enlarge this pattern on a copier or print it a bit bigger if you need to for larger hands!

I have entered my name and email address to receive access to the pattern — and I get a message that I will get an e-mail soon…. I have a second e-mail — gmail account — will try that one……. I wonder if it got stuck in the spam folder? And now I just buy even more at thrift stores with the hopes of transforming them into mittens!

Just found your site today and what a lovely site it is! Wondering if you can repost the template for the Sweater Mitten. Could you email it to me instead? I would love a copy of the mitten pattern. I do not see it anywhere on this page. Could you please email me a copy? How long does it take to receive the e-mail with the pattern after submitting the form?

Check your junk or spam folders. Sometimes it gets trapped there. It should have come right away! I have tried repeatedly to print the instructions with no luck.

Usually I can print your patterns after several tries, but not this time. Could you please email the tutorial to me? I was able to get the template. The link below that takes you back to the tutorial with the full photos in case you want to reference them while you work.

Am I the only one who has a problem with puckering in the thumb? No matter how careful I am to pin the thumb out of the way, I never am able to eliminate that bad pucker. Can you offer any suggestion? Hi Jess, Unfortunately was not able to see the pattern for the mittens on Safari either. Could you please email a PDF to me? Please send me the felted sweater mitten pattern. Thanks for the wonderful pattern. Well I made my first pair this weekend. The thumb feels weirdly placed to me.

I trimmed the inside pattern as directed following the lines and I regret doing this. I will change the foot on my sewing machine to accommodate thicker fabric and sew the cuff on by machine next time.

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