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mirri mitts


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Part of the Mirri pattern collection, including Hat, Cowl and Mitts. These simple yet striking designs all feature eyelet fabric and eyelet ribbing. Individually or together, they are perfect for an adventurous beginner or the more experienced knitter looking for a fast fun knit. A great choice for quick gifts or to complement your own wardrobe. The Mirri Mitts look great in a neutral or bright color. Choose between 2 sizes and 2 lengths. Mirri is an Australian Aboriginal word meaning stars. Scores of eyelets dot this fabric like twinkling stars in the night sky. MATERIALS: Yarn: 220-400 yds/202-366m 4ply/fingering weight yarn Samples shown in Quince and Co. Finch (100% American Wool, 221 yd /202 m per 50g hank) Wrist-length: Winesap, 1 skein Forearm-length: Iceland, 2 skeins Needles: US 3/3.25mm (or size required to obtain gauge) & US 2 1/2 /3mm - dpns Notions: Tapestry needle Stitch markers (3) Scrap yarn to hold sts GAUGE: 26 stitches & 44 rows = 4"/10cm in stockinette in the round with larger needles - blocked FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Width (measured flat): S: 3"/7.5cm M/L: 3.5"/9cm Length: Wrist-length: 8"/ 20cm Forearm length: 10.5"/27cm GAUGE GAUGE: 26 stitches & 44 rows = 4"/10cm in stockinette in the round with larger needles - blocked SUGGESTED YARN 300 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Quince and co

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Ambah O'Brien
Ambah O'Brien
Hello from Australia! You’ll pretty much always find me dreaming about my next favourite shawl - the accessory I most love to design, knit and wear. Otherwise I’ll be wandering about my vegetable garden, nearby bush or perhaps a little escape to the beach. With a background in painting, I have a passion for colour and interesting design. I design contemporary knitwear patterns, with a nod to retro and geometric design. Patterns that are straight forward to follow and fun to wear. Knitting News from Ambah’s studio: sign up at and receive a free pattern to get you started!