After the hexagon mitts, I'm knitting fingerless gloves in a circle shape around the thumb. Right now, it seems that I really like patterns with some "jommetry" (*) in them ... guess, I'm not a witch then. Maybe I should try an Octagram next :-) UPDATE: The pattern is available here. (*) "Female wizards aren't right either! It's the wrong kind of magic for women, is wizard magic,it's all books and stars and jommetry" (Terry Pratchett, Equal Rights)
Generic Norwegian Mittens pattern by Adrian Bizilia
From the pattern description: The above mittens are just an example of what can be done with these blank charts. Get a pencil and fill in the squares as you see fit, then get knitting! Print the chart out at least twice so you can design different backs and palms. If you go over 7 or so stitches in one color, weave in the yarn you’re carrying, or else your fingers will snag the loops when you’re putting them on.
Cat Mittens | Kattevotter pattern by Jorid Linvik
A pair of cat-inspired mittens that greatly reflect traditional Norwegian designs. A coordinating hat is also included with this pattern when it is purchased through Jorid’s Shop.
Winchester Plaid Mittens
Now, you can learn how to knit mittens based off the hit TV show Supernatural. The Winchester Plaid Mittens feature a beautiful plaid design that comes complete with a knitted replica of the tattoo donned by the popular demon-hunting brothers.