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Snowcone Mittens


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Color your dull gray winter with these fun clamshell stranded mittens. The mittens have a gusset thumb and are identical, so they can be worn on either hand. The clamshells take a small amount of yarn so this is an ideal project for using up leftovers. Only 2 colors are worked at a time in a simple repetitive pattern, making this an easy knit. The pattern comes in 2 adult sizes and is charted only. Blocking the mittens will even out any imperfections and is necessary to bring out the true beauty of the colorwork. This pattern was tech-edited by Joeli Caparco. MC: sport weight yarn (~80(105)yds / 73(96)m) Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8401, Silver Grey, 1 skein CC1: sport weight yarn (~20(25)yds / 18(23)m) Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8891, Cyan Blue, 1 skein CC2: sport weight yarn (~20(25)yds / 18(23)m) Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8895, Christmas Red, 1 skein CC3: sport weight yarn (~25(30)yds / 23(27)m) Cascade 220 Sport, col. 9478, Cotton Candy, 1 skein CC4: sport weight yarn (~45(70)yds / 41(64)m) Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8505, White, 1 skein BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit in the round increase decrease work with 2 colors GAUGE 26 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches in stranded colorwork SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Adult S(L) (shown in size S) Upper Hand Circumference: 7(8.5) in / 17.8(21.6) cm Mitten is 8.5(10.5) in / 21.6(26.7) cm tall (Adjustable) Note: If you are in-between sizes I would recommend knitting the larger size at a tighter gauge to achieve a medium SUGGESTED YARN 190 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade 220 Sport

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  • stitch holder or waste yarn
  • tapestry needle
  • 4 stitch markers

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