Tulip Mittens, a Fair Isle / Norwegian / Turkish stranded knitting design

Tulip Mittens, fair isle ladies' mittens knit in shetland spindrift yarn

I knit my ladies’ Tulip Mittens in 3 shades of Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift jumper weight wool –  two 25g balls for the medium blue, “Merlin”, one ball of the light “Natural White” and one ball of the dark “Prussian Blue”.  If you’d like the kit (printed pattern plus 4 balls of Spindrift in colors shown), you can find it here on my Kidsknits.com site I think there are countless possibilities for other color combinations, too, so if you’d like to play around with some light, medium and dark shades in your stash, here’s the link to the pattern PDF ($6) on Ravelry.com.  Hope you like ’em!

fair isle style tulip mittens

Put your own secret messages inside those stealth thumbs!

fair isle style mittens with hidden thumbs

Palm side with stealth thumbs

mitten knitting design with floral motif stealth thumbs date and initials on thumb

Palm side showing thumb messages

The pattern includes the charts for the numbers and the alphabet so that you can customize your thumb messages.  Have fun!

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About twostrands

Knitting designer, retailer and instructor specializing in Fair Isle and Nordic design. Website = kidsknits.com Blog = twostrands.com.
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3 Responses to Tulip Mittens, a Fair Isle / Norwegian / Turkish stranded knitting design

  1. Beautiful work and I really like those colour combinations.

  2. Pingback: the wool clip & japanese fair-isle | carysdavies

  3. lee charbonneaunone says:

    I love all folk mittens . Looking for more on my tablet

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