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Orchid Lace Mitts


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These featherweight mitts in two lengths are knit at a fine gauge and feature a lace cuff and thumb, with a vertical motif along the outer side. Mitts may be resized by using larger or smaller needles and/or varying the yarn weight. If you like these mitts you may want to check the matching scarf BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, increase/decrease GAUGE 32 sts and 48 rows = 4" in stockinette SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 6.5" finished circumference around palm and 6" at wrist; fits hands up to 8" around finished length at stated gauge = 10(7.5) inches unstretched SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knitting Notions Classic Merino Lace

Supplies Needed

  • Long: 200 yards/Short: 150 yards of any soft, fine sock-weight yarn
  • needle size US2 (2.75mm) DPNs, or size to obtain correct gauge

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