Here is a basic, top-down sock pattern on 4 or 5 needles. It has a gusset heel and includes various sizes from infants to men’s.
This is a traditional braided stitch found often on Scandinavian mittens.
These are simple, shaped mittens on 4 needles with an extra strand of yarn added at the fingertips and thumb for greater warmth. The mittens have gentle shaping at the cuff and wrist (rather than ribbing) and a few rows of pretty garter stitch trim. I’ve added a little twisted cord at the outside edge.
Simply Striped Mittens are worked in the round on 4 needles and adapt well to any stripe pattern you choose. They’re also an excellent stash buster project!
These easy, shaped mittens on 4 needles have an embroidered flower garden on the cuff and a self-hemmed, shaped edging.
This easy tubular cast-on creates a super-stretchy finished edge when working in the round. It’s perfect for cuffs of any kind including socks, mittens, hats and sleeves.