Here are links to find the Serenity Mitts on Payhip, Etsy, and Ravelry. Read more below to learn about the inspiration behind the shawl and all the details that will help you decide whether this pattern is a good fit for your knitting needs.

PAYHIP:

Here’s where you’ll find the Serenity Mitts.

To take 15% off your purchase through Sunday, April 25, use the code SERENITY.

ETSY:

Here’s where you’ll find the Serenity Mitts.

The pattern is 15% off through Sunday, April 25. Discount automatically applied at checkout.

RAVELRY:

Here’s where you’ll find the Serenity Mitts.

The pattern is 15% off through Sunday, April 25. Discount automatically applied at checkout.

ABOUT THE SERENITY MITTS

Ever since I started knitting, it has been a significant source of stress relief for me. A few minutes of stitching, especially on a simple pattern, can do wonders for helping me calm down and think more clearly.

That’s why I’ve named these mitts the Serenity Mitts. They’re a simple pattern meant to be relatively mindless, so you can relax into the stitches without having to think too much about them. The two columns of purls and slipped stitches running up the middle are just enough to break up the rounds without making anything feel tedious or overwhelming.

SERENITY MITTS DETAILS AND SPECS

Here’s where you’ll find all the information about the Serenity Mitts to help you decide what yarn and needles to use, which size to make, and whether this pattern is the right one for you.

Ever since I started knitting, it has been a significant source of stress relief for me. A few minutes of stitching, especially on a simple pattern, can do wonders for helping me calm down and think more clearly.

That’s why I’ve named these mitts the Serenity Mitts. They’re a simple pattern meant to be relatively mindless, so you can relax into the stitches without having to think too much about them. The two columns of purls and slipped stitches running up the middle are just enough to break up the rounds without making anything feel either tedious or overwhelming.

SIZES
S, M, L

Finished mitt circumference 7 (7.5, 8) inches /18 (19, 20.5) cm

MATERIALS
Main color: fingering weight yarn, 150 (170, 190) yds / 138 (156, 174) m

Contrast color: fingering weight yarn, 30 (40, 50) yds / 28 (37, 46) m

GAUGE
4” (10 cm) square = 32 stitches x 40 rows in stockinette

NEEDLES
One set of needles for your preferred style of small-circumference knitting in a size to match gauge listed above

Suggested needle size: US 1.5 (2.5 mm)

TOOLS
Three stitch markers
Two pieces of waste yarn for holding thumb stitches
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

SKILL LEVEL
Intermediate
Techniques: knitting in the round, increases

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