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“Fast and easy to make. Super fun to wear! Great instructions! Just be careful, you'll have people trying to steal them!”
With this sewing pattern, you can quickly turn sweaters or new knit fabric into fun and stylish fingerless mitts.
WARNING: Such a fun and thrifty project may become addictive!
All you need is a sewing machine that has an overlock stitch. No serger required.
As with my other patterns, you are free to make and sell the mitts from this pattern. I just ask that you please mention the StudioCherie pattern in your item descriptions.
This is a very easy beginner project.
The mitts make a great, quick gift.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making a fingerless mitts. Pattern pieces are included. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Copyright Statement and Cottage Licensing Agreement Items made from this pattern may be sold with the following conditions:
1. Credit StudioCherie for the pattern design in all written item descriptions. For example, when selling online please include the following sentence in your item description: "This item was made using a StudioCherie pattern," or when selling in-person, use a tag that says "made under license from StudioCherie."
2. All items for sale must be handmade by you. Contracting with others to mass produce the design requires a commercial licensing agreement. Contact me if you need a commercial licensing agreement for any of my products.
3. Distribution of the pattern and corresponding instructions is expressly prohibited. If you want to teach a sewing class using this pattern, each student must buy the pattern, or contact me to make other arrangements.
4. Use of a StudioCherie pattern to derive a similar pattern for sale is expressly prohibited.
Pre-shrunk sweaters or any knit fabric
Fast and easy to make. Super fun to wear! Great instructions! Just be careful, you'll have people trying to steal them!
These really are great i made mine from a knit tshirt fabric and they worked out great my craft room is so cold so having these make it easier to work with my fingers free my daughters loved them to you really cant stop at making one you can whip out a lot in a short amount of time