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Constantine Mittens


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Constantine Mittens are a super cosy, chunky, unisex pair of cabled mittens you can knit up in a weekend. This pattern is much easier than it looks and the result so snug these will become a firm favourite. Please see my pattern library for the matching hat - and for an ebook discounted set of the two patterns. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit in the round cable GAUGE Small and Large - 20 sts and 28 rows per 10cm/4" in stocking stitch, knit flat on 4.5mm (US 7) needles. Medium and X Large - 17 sts and 25 rows per 10cm/4" in stocking stitch, knit flat on 5.5mm (US 9) needles. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Small(hand measures approx 19cm/7.5" around palm) Medium(hand measures approx 20.5cm/8" around palm) Large(hand measures approx 23cm/9" around palm) X Large(hand measures approx 25.5cm/10" around palm) SUGGESTED YARN 213 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Erika Knight 'Vintage' COLORWAY Flax

Recommended with this pattern

  • Approx 75-100g / 2.6-3.5oz 130-195m / 142.5-213yds of Erika Knight 'Vintage Wool' in 'Flax'
  • 5 x 4mm (US 6) double pointed needles (small and large sizes only)
  • 5 x 4.5mm (US 7) double pointed needles (all sizes)

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Buttons and Beeswax
Buttons and Beeswax
My mum taught me to knit when I was 5 - I have early memories of sitting with a skein around my wrists while she wound it into a ball. I had a big imagination though and I suppose got interested in other things until I was older. When I was 21, I found myself at a houseparty, and one of the girls there had a bag of knitting. I thought it was so cool, I made her remind me there and then, and since that evening I’ve been hooked. I love the whole process of buying a ball of yarn and turning it into a beautiful garment. I’ve been blogging since 2008 about life, art and things I have been making and selling, and I have been designing for the last couple of years. I trained in pattern cutting and dressmaking and found that the skills I learnt developed into an urge to design knitwear. I’m currently putting patterns together my first book, some of which you can buy here or on my website. I also have a Ravelry group where people can share pictures of my designs, I would love for you to join! You can connect with me on Twitter, see what inspires me on Pinterest, and follow my blog at