Colorwork Cuffs & Mittens
With fingerless glove option, 3 edgings and 3 charts
They say that if you keep your pulse points warm, you’ll stay warm all over. These tweedy cuffs prove that theory nicely. And you can turn the ‘cozy quotient’ up or down for outdoors or in. Pick a colorwork chart, an edging, then finish as little cuffs, fingerless gloves or full mittens. Add color choice to the mix and the possibilities are infinite!
3 colorwork charts included: Houndstooth, Snowflake, and Shepherd’s Plaid.
One size: To fit hand 7–8” around the palm.
Cuffs: Approx. 7”/18cm around x 31⁄2”/9cm long.
Fingerless Gloves: Approx. 7”/18cm around x 71⁄2”/19cm long, or desired length.
Mittens: Approx. 7”/18cm around x 101⁄2”/27cm long, or desired length.
Yarn usage given for cuffs, with fingerless gloves and mittens in parentheses ( ).
2 (3, 3) skeins Rowan Fine Tweed (98 yds/90m each): 1 (2, 2) skein(s) in Main Color (MC) and 1 skein in Contrast Color (CC).
Cuffs: Shown in MC Keld 363/CC Nappa 380.
Fingerless Gloves: Shown in MC Pendle 377/CC Bell Busk 376.
Mittens: Shown in MC Bainbridge 369/CC Arncliffe 360.
Or approx. 55 (110, 160) yds/50 (100, 146)m of MC, and 40 yds/37m of CC in an equivalent fingering-weight yarn.
Add or subtract approx. 10 yds/9m of MC for each 1”/2.5cm of adjusted hand length.
NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 3 (3.25mm) double-point needles (set of 5), or size to obtain gauge.
US 11⁄2 (2.5mm) double-point needles, or 2–3 sizes smaller than gauge size.
1 (2, 2) stitch markers. Darning needle to finish.
Approx. 28 sts = 4”/10cm on larger needles in stranded pattern in the round.
Approx. 26 sts = 4”/10cm on larger needles in stockinette stitch in the round.