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Two for the Money Fingerless Mitts

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Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Lace
  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

These fine gauge fingerless mitts in three sizes (S/M/L), are sure to become a favorite for accessorizing indoors or out. A slightly fuzzy luxury yarn will show off both the reversible lace and the openwork accent along the back of the hand. Delicate and airy, the openwork pattern shows off the halo of a fine luxury yarn, while a stockinette body and thumb gusset provide a tailored fit for warmth and contrast. The easy to knit pattern, worked entirely in the round makes an excellent gifting project and a very portable traveling companion. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size and elasticity. Finished Size: 6(7, 8) inches in circumference to fit hands measuring up to 7(8, 9) inches (blocked) Gauge: 30 sts and 44 rows = 4 inches in stockinette (knit flat, unblocked; fabric will be relaxed)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Suggested Yarns: The Cashmere Co-op Chambery or Mink Lace, Bare Naked Wools Chebris Lace, Red Barn Yarn Mink, Still River Mill Yakaboo, Kaalund Yarns Mink, Color City Norka, Windy Valley Musk Ox Pure Qiviuk or Qiviuk Luxury Blend, Taiga Yarns Winter’s Tale, monika design Super Yak, Sunshine Yarns Silk Cashmere 2ply, Buffalo Wool Company Tracks or Sexy, sweetgeorgia CashSilk Lace, Natural Fantasy Superyak Melange, or any light fingering yarn with about 200 yards/ounce
  • Yarn Requirements: 175(225, 275) yards
  • Needles: DPNs size 2US (2.75 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge

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