Carmilla’s Mitts were designed with the rib vaults and arches of a cathedral interior in mind. These mitts are worked in the round from the bottom up and feature gorgeous lace cuffs that transition into the stranded-colorwork pattern.
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Mitts are worked from the bottom up in the round.
6 ½ (7 ¼, 8)“ hand circumference and 8 ¼ (8 ¾, 9)” long. Mitts shown measure 7 ¼“.
Approximately 200 yards (198 meters) fingering weight yarn.
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33 stitches / 30 rounds = 4″/10cm n colourwork pattenr
US 2/2.75mm double pointed needles, or size necessary to obtain gauge
Stitch markers, waste yarn to hold stitches, tapestry needle for weaving in ends
knitting in the round, making yarn overs, increasing stitches using m1l and m1r, knitting two stitches together, reading a colourwork chart, reading a lace chart, working with two colours in a single row
Stitch patterns are provided as charts only
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