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The single skein of Mandarin coloured yarn was crying out to be made into a pair of fingerless mitts. They wanted to be a simple design, close-fitting with a double cable running down the centre. They needed to be long, seamless and with enough finger coverage to keep those Winter chills at bay. They told me they were happy but needed some shorter, part-fingered friends and so the second version was completed. The finished mitts are snuggly-warm and I love them both! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast on, knit, purl, cables, increasing, decreasing, cast (bind) off. GAUGE 24 stitches x 34 rows = 4"/10cm worked in Stockinette Stitch in the round using US 3/3.25mm knitting needles Or size needed to obtain gauge SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS To Fit Hand Circumference: 6 - 7 (7 - 8)"/15 - 18 (18 - 20)cm Finished Length: 14 (9)"/35.5 (22.5)cm

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn Long Mitts Without Fingers: Shalimar Yarns Honey Worsted (100% Superwash Merino Wool) 250yds/228.5m. 1 Skein of Mandarin Short Mitts With Part Fingers: Berroco Lustra (50% Peruvian Wool, 50%Tencel) 3.5oz/100g, 197yds/180m. 1 Skein of # 3184 Bordeaux Or yarn that knits to specified gauge
  • Needles 1 24"/60cm or longer US 3/3.25mm circular needle Can be worked on DPNs or very short length circular ndls if not using Magic Loop Method.
  • Other Tools Needed Cable Needle 2 Stitch Holders/Waste Yarn Tapestry/Darning Needle

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Heather Dixon is a Fashion Designer with a flaming hot passion for knitwear! With a love to create wearable garments to make you feel special. All patterns are fun to knit and will reward you with beautiful finished garments. Spread the AoK love - knit yourself something fabulous! Army of Knitters website: Also Co-Founder and Creative Director of Clotheshorse magazine: