When I published my Ripple Wave Fingerless Mitt pattern a few years ago, a friend of mine asked if I could adapt it to a heavier yarn. Sure, I said. No problem. And then I kind of forgot about it until a few months ago when I was wanting to knit up some finished mitts for Room6 before Christmas. With no time to do fingering weight mitts, but what about bulky yarn and hey, I have practically a yarn shop of bulky yarn right now in my craft studio.
It has a similar design: wide cuff, a pattern of increases and decreases, and a wide cuff at the top to be worn up or folded down. It has half the number of stitches as the Ripple Waves and once I got the pattern figured out, it was knit in about 2 hours’ time. That is very, very satisfying!
So here is the pattern for sale on Ravelry.
It is knit with approximately 110-130 yards of bulky-weight yarn on size 10US (6mm) needles.
As always, I have proofed, had it test knit, proofed again and again, but if there is an error or something that isn’t clear, please let me know!