Hi folks! I'm Annie and I have been crafting since before I knew what "crafting" was. I took up knitting in 2002 on a whim when I found a pamphlet in a Michaels store. I've been hooked ever since. ...
Hi folks! I'm Annie and I have been crafting since before I knew what "crafting" was. I took up knitting in 2002 on a whim when I found a pamphlet in a Michaels store. I've been hooked ever since.
I have been designing my own things for years but only started sharing them just over a year ago. I'm so happy to share all my ideas with everyone else!
Robot invasion! Fill that science fiction hole in your day with a little War of the Worlds-esque scene on your hands. Dramatic orchestral soundtrack optional.
You need two colors of fingering weight yarn, but only a small bit (75-95yds) of the lighter color. Perfect for that small ball of something special you've be squirreling away!
The pattern includes full charts for each mitten. Sizing is determined by gauge and needle size. The 36sts/40 rows = 4" is for the size Small. The Large uses a gauge of 32sts/34 rows = 4".
Notes explain how to easily work the mittens over the solid sections of the robots, the mitten tip, and the thumb in order to keep consistant look and tension.
Small: 36sts and 40 rows = 4 inches / 10cm
Large: 32sts and 34 rows = 4 inches / 10cm
Both gauges measured in colorwork pattern
225 yards of Fingering weight