Arabesque Mittens by Natalia Moreva

Arabesque Mittens

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Knitting
Any fingering-weight yarn
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 35 rows = 4 inches
in Stranded colorwork
US 0 - 2.0 mm
250 - 270 yards (229 - 247 m)
One size fits women's average hand. Mittens are 64 st wide. Adjustable with gauge. You will get S/M -sized pari with fingering yarn or M/L-sized pair with sport-weight.
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Many thanks to Marit for the pictures!
I like this design for its simplicity, - it’s abstract and symmetrical, and therefore should be easy to knit. It is also practical, as you can use any colors in it; even different color yarn leftovers will do.
MAIKFR suggested the name Arabesque, and some other people made similar suggestions. I think Arabesque reflects the oriental notes in the pattern, I am glad others noticed that too.
It is funny how cosmopolitan this pattern really is now: oriental name given by a Canadian (Temmi, thanks!) and American, testknitted in Norway (thank you again, Marit!), designed by a Russian living in the US! And I hope it will be knitted and worn in very different places (cold places, of course) around the world.