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Libertas Fingerless Mitts

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The Libertas Mitts are a fun and easy way to play with colour in your crochet. They only use a small amount of yarn, so they're the perfect stash busting project. And they work up quickly, making them great for a last minute gift. A confident beginner could make these too! This pattern is available in both U.S. and British/Australian crochet terms. Materials: Dk/8 ply yarn - Main Colour: Approx. 65m (70yds) - Contrast A: Approx. 40m (44yds) - Contrast B: Approx. 26m (28yds) Note: For mitts pictured Main colour is Dark Grey, Contrast A is Yellow & Contrast B is Light Grey. U.S. G/#6 (4mm) crochet hook (or size to give correct gauge/tension) Tapestry needle to weave in yarn ends Size: Designed to fit an average woman's hand (6.5"-8" 17-20cm measured around palm above thumb, however this style is quite stretchy and will comfortably accommodate a larger hand) Gauge/Tension: 18sts double crochet = 4" (10cm) If you have more stitches, go up a hook size, if you have less stitches, go down a hook size. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain Stitch Single Crochet (U.S.) Double Crochet Treble Double Treble Slip Stitch GAUGE 18sts double crochet (treble U.K.) +10cm (4") SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Average Womans Hand: 17-21cm (6.5" - 8") around palm above thumb SUGGESTED YARN 140 yards of DK weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • Tapestry Needle to weave in yarn ends
  • 4mm crochet hook

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Shara Designs
Shara Designs
I am an independent designer living and working in beautiful Melbourne, Australia. Although I do a lot of jewellery design, and work with fabric, there is a very special place in my heart for knitting and crochet! I love to knit and crochet and always have several projects on the go at once. It's my way to relax and unwind at the end of the day, and passes the time on long train journeys.