‘Welcome to my garden mittens’ is an easy pattern for a beautiful pair of mittens inspired by the winter bulbs that grow in my garden. You can choose between the free fingers version or the full length version. They are worked in the round with double point needles or circular needles (magic loop), whatever suits you better. This pattern includes several videos for the different techniques used for knitting the flower, and also one video for the embroidered petals. You can either use mohair leftovers or the same knitting yarn.

Read below for more info.


Level: intermediate.

You need to know how to: cast on and cast off, knit in the round, knit and purl, simple increases and decreases. This pattern includes links to video tutorials for every step of the flower and the embroidered petals.

Sizes: one size

Measurements (blocked):

Hand palm: 9,5 cm  

Full length: 22,5 cm

Length mittens version: 17 cm


1 ball Cottagecore no.1 (50 gr / 175 m), grey sample ‘brume’ color

1 ball Le petit lambswool (50 gr / 248 m), off-white & medium green grey samples

+ mohair leftovers for the embroidered petals

Gauge: 26 sts x 34 rows stockinette st = 10 x 10 cm

Recommended needle size:

3,5 mm circular needles (with 80 cm cable for magic loop) for main fabric  

OR 3,5 mm dpns for main fabric

+ 3 mm for ribbing

+ 2 – 4 mm crochet needle for the flowers

Notions:  scissors, stitch markers, tapestry needle, 3 buttons and 3 snaps

If you have any questions while knitting this pattern, you can drop me an email: info@mimosacafelanar.es and I will be happy to help.

Please note that this pattern is for personal use only and it is not allowed to copy or share this pattern.

You are very welcome to share your knitting on Instagram, please use the hashtag #welcometomygardenmittens and tag me @mimosacafelanar so I can see it!


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