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Textured Lacy Mitts


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Worked lengthways from fingers to wrist the option of two styles of cuff - a slip stitch rib for a snug fit or a lacy cuff for a classier finish! You will need 200m DK or light worsted weight, a 4.50mm hook and a wool needle for seaming and neatening ends. Hook and yarn may be varied to achieve desired gauge. The mitts are worked over 4 pattern repeats - stitch counts vary throughout for shaping and pattern effect. For a teen or regular woman's fitting, the mitt should have a circumference of 6-7" (15-17.5cm). You will be prompted to try the mitt on (or you may measure for fit) at the end of Rnd 3 so adjustments can be made. Further details on gauge included in pattern - see also pictures. This pattern is written in UK terms with a table of US equivalents as applicable. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY UK TERMS GAUGE 24 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches in Lacy repeat. See picture for actual measurements and details. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Teen - Regular Woman SUGGESTED YARN 167 meters of DK weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • 4.5mm hook
  • a wool needle for seaming and neatening ends

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Thomasina Cummings Designs
Thomasina Cummings Designs
My real name is Thomasina but most people just call me Tammy. I've loved crochet since I was a child, when someone bought me the Ladybird Learn to Crochet book for Christmas. I tried to teach myself, and failed, so many times before it clicked. But, when it did, my parents couldn't have been happier! No longer did I moan about having nothing to do.....a copy of Golden Hands and I was no trouble for days. As I got older, I worked my way through most of the crafts in those magazines, (which I still have today), but crochet and sewing were the only ones to capture my imagination completely. Back in the 80s, pregnant with my eldest daughter, I suddenly had a reason to crochet again - bonnets, booties, matinee jackets and no end of blankets awaited her arrival; it was something I picked up and put down many times over the years that followed. It wasn't until the birth of baby number 5 (last year), that I started writing patterns for the things I made - I guess being teased by my family that I might get old and forget them was the prod I needed ;) The patterns I bring you now are a mixture of both old and new designs - I hope you find something you like. Tammy. Thomasina Cummings Designs PS: You can view my frequently asked questions, terms and conditions here: Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need assistance.