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Fingerless mittens are currently my essential accessory. They serve me well in fall and winter, and then transition perfectly into spring. I can type and use my touchscreen phone, all while staying warm and cozy.
I created this ultra-simple pattern so that I could whip up a pair in a half hour or less. For variation, they can be made from recycled sweaters, jersey, stretch lace, or fleece. Once you have made a pair – or ten – be sure to take shots of your wrist warmers in action and post them to the CRAFT Flickr pool, or share them on our Facebook page!

Materials

Printed template
Fabric with stretch (e.g., reclaimed sweater or jersey)
Pins
Scissors
Sewing machine

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