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purlaway™ Mittens

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These fun and fanciful mittens sport a honeycomb pattern. The slip stitch pattern is easy to remember and engaging to knit. purlaway(tm) mittens are knit with washable worsted weight yarn. GAUGE 24 sts and 48 rnds to 4 ins in Patt St (before blocking) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Size:Small (Large) Women's Hand Circumference- 7 3/4 ins (Men's Hand Circumference- 8 1/2 ins) Total Length - 9 1/4 ins( 10 3/4 ins) SUGGESTED YARN 291 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade Cash Vero and Crystal Palace Mochi Plus COLORWAY see materials

Recommended with this pattern

  • Women's Mittens: 2 skeins Cascade Cash Vero (55% Extrafine Merino,33% Microfiber,12% Cashmere) (98 yds/50g) #006 Orange (main color-MC) 1 skein Crystal Palace Mochi Plus (80% Superwash Merino Wool,20% Nylon) (95 yds/50g) #554 Fern Rainbow (contrast color-CC)
  • Men's Mittens: 2 skeins Cascade Cash Vero (55% Extrafine Merino,33% Microfiber,12% Cashmere) (98 yds/50g) #032 Dark Olive (main color-MC) 2 skeins Crystal Palace Mochi Plus (80% Superwash Merino Wool,20% Nylon) (95 yds/50g) #566 Feldspar (contrast color-CC)
  • 2 16" circular needle, size US 6 (4.0mm) or 5 dpns, size US 6 (4.0mm)

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bluegirl knits
bluegirl knits is a knitwear design company providing patterns for a variety of skill sets. bluegirl knits was started in 2008 by Nichole Reese, who began knitting at the age of 8 and just kept knitting. Nichole's background in accounting and her love of math and numbers has spurred her on to creating new techniques and ways to maximize the use of yarns in her patterns. Nichole is a published designer and her designs can be seen in a variety of magazines and books. In 2010, she became a Professional Member of the Association of Knitwear Designers. Why bluegirl knits? Because Nichole loves blue!