Rakel Mitts


Whether you’re headed out for an afternoon walk on a chilly day, a play date at the park, or waiting for the train on your commute, you’ll be glad to have a pair of Rakel Mitts handy. 

Featuring a richly textured lace panel, these mitts are an elegant addition to your cold-weather wardrobe. 

The pattern includes instructions for both mittens and fingerless mitts. I designed the mittens using Tukuwool ‘Fingering.’ I was so pleased with the way that this rustic, woolen spun yarn showed off the lace and created a light, lofty fabric for trapping warmth around my hands. A single 50g skein will make a pair of mittens with yarn to spare. 

A friend test knit the fingerless mitts in Woolfolk ‘Tynd’ and they are luxurious, softer than kittens and utterly cozy. A single 50g skein of ‘Tynd’ will make a pair of fingerless mitts. 

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Required Skills

Long tail cast on, knitting in the round, basic lace patterning


Circumference: 6.8” / 17cm

Mitten Length: 10.25”/ 26cm

Fingerless Mitt Length: 8” / 20cm


Mittens: Tukuwool, ‘Fingering’

(100% Finnish Wool, 195m per 50g)

Shown in color way ‘Auri,’ 1 skein or 195m of a similar fingering weight yarn

Fingerless Mitts: Woolfolk, ‘Tynd’

(100% Merino Wool, 223yds per 50g)

Shown in color way ‘16,’ 1 skein or 223 yds of a similar fingering weight yarn


US 1 / 2.25mm or size needed to get gauge,

40” circular or DPN’s


Waste yarn, removable stitch markers, tapestry needle


Using US 1/ 2.25mm needle, 34 sts and 46 rows = 4” / 10

cm in stockinette stitch, in the round, after blocking.

Contact & Support

email: samanthaguerindesign@gmail.com

Ravelry ID: SamanthaGuerin

Website: samanthaguerindesign.com