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Amaryllis Mittens


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  • Lace

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Coordinates with the Amaryllis Hat, also available here in Craftsy. Here's the section where I'm supposed to "sell" the pattern. I'm not the sales-y type. I'd rather let the photos do that. The only point I might add is that, between my on-line shop, my US toll-free phone line, my blog, my Ravelry group and my email that's plastered all over all of my designs, I may be the most accessible knitting designer on the internet. My customers are always welcome to contact me with any pattern questions. Thanks for looking and happy knitting! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic knowledge of circular fair isle knitting, chart reading and simple lace techniques required GAUGE 36 stitches = 4" / 10cm in stockinette stitch with colorwork. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished circumference = 8", to fit an adult lady's hand PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Dale of Norway Baby Ull merino wool yarn COLORWAY Any four contrasting shades your heart desires.

Recommended with this pattern

  • four different-colored 50g balls of Dale of Norway Baby Ull fingering weight yarn, or similar
  • Needles in US size 0 (2.0mm) or 1 (2.25mm)
  • Use whatever size you need to obtain the given gauge

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Mary Ann Stephens Knits
Mary Ann Stephens Knits
Hi! I'm Mary Ann Stephens, owner of, an online yarn shop specializing in Norwegian and Fair Isle knitting. I do a fair amount of designing and teaching. As I've gotten older, I've had to face the truth: I love to knit, live to knit, have to knit...but I cannot stand to knit with only one color!! My knitting blog is Two Strands ( and you can find me on Ravelry as "twostrands". Feel free to email me at: mas AT kidsknits DOT com. Thanks for visiting and happy knitting! xoxoxoxo, Mary Ann