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Cane Sugar Fingerless Mitts

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Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Short Rows

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PATTERN DETAILS

Features: * Right and left hands are interchangeable * Can be made to any length * Ideas are included for two types of thumb panels, so you can customize your own and make a work of art out of each pair. * Pdf, written instructions, no charts. These fingerless mitts invite you to play with a small amount of special yarn, be it new yarn candy, a sentimental leftover, or perhaps your first handspun. The samples showcase a splash of color, like a jolt of sugar running up the side of each mitt. Making a colorful hand with a neutral stripe would be striking, too. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl increasing short rows (instructions in pattern) can be made without short rows if you choose GAUGE 22 sts and 40 rows in 4"/10 cm in garter stitch. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The pattern given is for an adult medium hand and will fit a range of adult sizes with varying degrees of ease. Short rows make it possible to adjust size as you knit. PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade 220; Malabrigo Rios

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn: About 2 ounces of light worsted weight yarn that gets you the specific gauge: 1.5 oz. of a main color (MC) and 0.5 oz. of a contrasting color (CC).
  • Knitting needles: One 24-inch circular needle in a size that results in a relaxed drape with your chosen yarn. The sample uses US 4/3.5 mm.
  • Knitting needles: One set double pointed needles a size smaller than your main needles.

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Stitch Marker Knitting Designs
Stitch Marker Knitting Designs
Larissa is a lifelong knitter who learned with aluminum needles and Red Heart yarn on her nanny's chenille couch in suburban New Jersey. She writes about it in her book My Grandmother's Knitting: Family Stories and Inspired Knits by Top Designers. The book includes engaging family tales from 17 of today's foremost knitting designers, and 22 designs inspired by family. As an independent designer, Larissa sells more than 25 patterns for accessories, most of which encourage the knitter to riff on the pattern and create their own work of art.