Meteor Shower Mitts


A flurry of stars adorns the backs of these out-of-this-world mitts.

Fingerless mitts are so practical and fashionable. These are worked two at a time eliminating the dreaded second sleeve/sock/mitt syndrome. 

Basic Pattern Info

Pattern has been graded for 3 sizes, has been tech edited and test knitted, and I've included links to video tutorials to ensure a stressless knit. It is also easy to modify for longer wrist cuff or finger cuff.


Worked in the round two at a time using magic loop, starting with ribbing, then working the star pattern across backs and stockinette across palms while shaping for the thumb, separating for the thumb, then working the final ribbing. The thumbs are worked last one at a time.


S (M, L): 8” tall x 3 ó” / 20 x 9 cm, (8 x 3 .“

/ 20 x 9.5cm, 8 ó x 3 .” / 21.5 x 9.5cm)

width is the widest part across hand and thumb

approx 70-95g / 265-360 yds used


Cloudborn Fibers

Ltd Edition Alpaca Sport

100% Baby Alpaca 190 yds/175m; 50g/1.75oz


US 2 / 2.75mm circular, 24” - 32” / 60-80 cm

(a longer cable just gives you more space to work)

US 2 / 2.75mm (dpns for thumb, optional)


15 sts x 20 rows = 2” / 5cm

in unblocked stockinette


4 stitch markers (1 extra for BOR optional)

Tapestry needle

Stitch Patterns

1x1 Twisted Rib

Star Pattern

Buy pattern for $4 in my PayHip store, or on Ravelry, Lovecrafts
Also available on Ribblr!


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