Mitten Garland Advent Calendar Pattern Index

Now that our Mitten Garland Advent Calendar Knit Along is over, here are links to each week’s pattern in one place. Just a little something to make it easier for those of you just starting.

(6/7/17 If you wish to have these in one pdf/ebook and in your Ravelry library, you can purchase it on Ravelry for $5USD. The version on there has been slightly updated since these were originally released in 2015 and includes a blank chart to design your own mitten.)
Mitten Garland Advent Calendar - Mitten 24
Mitten Advent Calendar Pattern
Advent Calendar Mitten 1 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 2 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 3 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 4 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 5 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 6 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 7 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 8 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 9 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 10 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 11 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 12 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 13 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 14 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 15 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 16 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 17 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 18 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 19 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 20 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 21 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 22 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 23 Chart
Advent Calendar Mitten 24 Chart

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32 Comments to Mitten Garland Advent Calendar Pattern Index
    • SheilaC
    • Thank you so much for sharing these patterns! I am new to knitting and these little mittens are perfect for me to practice some skills. Very cute!

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    • DuAnne Sonneville
    • Thought this pattern was so adorable that I bought the yarn, printed off the pattern and was ready to go, only to find that the first 12 rows of each pattern is missing. I don’t have the section with the numbers and the matching pattern in the cuff area.

      • Kat
      • Hmmm, I’ve just gone in and double checked a few of the charts and they are whole. Have you downloaded the charts or just done screen prints? Screen prints will not give you the whole chart, you actually need to download the pdf and print the pdf. When I click on the charts from the posts, I only see row 14 and up on the screen because the screen is not big enough to show the whole chart, I have to scroll down to see the other rows. So if I did a print of the screen I would only get those top rows.

    • Roz Walters
    • Many thanks for the patterns, they are gorgeous. Probably a tad late for me to start this year, but…………….. watch out 2017.

      One quick question, would it be ok for me to make them to donate to my local animal rescue for them to sell?


    • NameDonna
    • My daughter-in-law found this and sent me the link. She would like to use this as an Advent Calendar for my two grandsons. I love this. Thank you so much for sharing. I may not be able to get them done for this year…but what a wonderful winter project to have ready for 2017! Again, thank you for sharing!!

      • Kat
      • Glad she found it. You are right, a little too late for last year. When I made it we started in June and did one mitten a week through November!

      • Kat
      • The very first pdf in the list is the “Mitten Advent Calendar Pattern.” It is the written pattern that you use with all the charts. It has all the directions for increases for the thumb, the Latvian braid, etc…

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    • Marie C Collins
    • Hi — these are lovely! What is the finished size in length and width? I can’t tell from the photos and don’t see it mentioned in the basic pattern. Thanks for sharing. I got here through Ravelry. Thanks!

      • Kat
      • If you knit them to gauge, each mitten is about 4.5” tall and 2.25” wide (not including thumb), just big enough for a small gift. Many people have knit them slightly bigger.

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    • jordi
    • Making two sets of these now in the hopes that may two sons. I’m hoping they will put them up in their own homes and remember me when they see them long after I’m gone and hand them down to their own children.

    • Lesley
    • I am not a fan of multiple needle knitting to say the least. Is it possible to knit these using two needles and using knit one row, purl one row to accommodate. Are there any drawbacks or tips you can give me before I start?

      • Kat
      • Is it possible? Yes, I guess technically you could knit these flat and then seam them up. I’ve never knit mittens flat, so I don’t have any tips on how to rework the pattern to work that way. Personally, I wouldn’t recommend it though as I think doing color work like this flat is much harder to do and make look nice. I know some people who don’t like using double pointed needles have had success using magic loop or two circular needles.

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    • Jennifer
    • Thanks for the patterns! These look like a lovely twist on the felt advent calendar my grandma made us as kids! Maybe if I make one the grandkids will come!?!?!

    • Nancy Quan
    • Hello Kat,
      I love this pattern and was pleased to purchase it. I am looking to get started on it for 2020 and so I am looking to purchase yarn. However in reading the reviews of knit picks palette yarn it seems that several people have had trouble with the darker colours bleeding onto the lighter colours. I wonder if you is or anyone else could comment on this. I would hate to put in the hours to complete this project and then have it ruined in the blocking stage by having the colours run together. Thank you so much for any info you can orovide.

      • Nameloftymaples
      • I knit my first mitten with Knit Picks Palette. It seemed to fuzz, both while knitting and after blocking, and the pattern was lost. I returned the unused Palette. I then purchased. I worked the next two mittens in Cascade 220 Fingerling. The 2nd one has been blocked and I experienced no running of the yarn colors, or excessive fuzzing. We will see what happens.

      • Kat
      • I usually add a little white vinegar to my water when soaking before blocking & this seems to have helped with bleeding. Another friend who uses Palette all the time uses a color catcher when she does her blocking.

    • Terry
    • What a beautiful memory your mittens brought to mind. My dear mother knitted mittens like this for me and I only wear them for special occasions. I love to knit and in-the-round is one of my favorite techniques. My husband passed away in February, a terrible shock; then I was alone for months during lockdown doing nothing but transferring everything into my name plus 1st time doing our taxes on TurboTax. 😬 Now I am spending the summer catching up with yardwork and housework but this fall I want to try to knit some of your mitten patterns. I’ve never done colorwork so that challenge will hopefully energize me through two more major holidays by myself. Thank you for your generosity in sharing these patterns. They are simply beautiful!

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