Knitted Hats and Gloves
These fingerless mittens could not be easier to make. Each one is made from plain garter-stitched rectangles, sewn edge to edge to form a tube, with an opening for the thumb.
Child's Hat and Cowl
When you first learn to knit, you feel so pleased with the nubby-textured rectangles that grow on your needles. What to do with them (other than make scarf after scarf)? This girl’s hat is a rectangle folded in half and stitched at the sides. Her cowl is a longer rectangle sewn end to end. Her mother’s fingerless mittens are stitched rectangles.How to Make the Child's Knit Hat
Follow these instructions to knit cozy garter-stitch mittens for winter.
Knit yourself a pair of fingerless mittens, one of winter's trendiest accessories.
Knitted cables -- a stitching technique from the 16th century that has become a modern-day fashion obsession -- gives this orange headband (shown on the left) an irresistible twist.
Follow these steps to knit cozy garter-stitch mittens for winter.
A knit hat is comfortable, warm, cozy, and surprisingly easy to make.
These mittens are straightforward to make (the basic knit stitch is king here), and the pattern is readily adaptable -- just alter the size to suit the wearer.
These cabled mittens are both stylish and warm, and they're not as hard as they look to make.