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Down The Rabbit Hole

Knitting
August 2013
DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch using the first 26 stitches of the first chart
US 1 - 2.25 mm
200 - 240 yards (183 - 219 m)
Small (Large) 7”/ 18cm (8¼”/ 21cm) palm circumference
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Alice passes a boring day by the river with her sister. Unexpectedly, a White Rabbit rushes past, pulls out a watch all the while exclaiming how late it was. Naturally, Alice must follow after it. And so begins Alice’s adventures in Wonderland.

These mittens are inspired by the story Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, first published in 1865 by Lewis Carroll. The perpetually late White Rabbit runs across the tops of both mittens. The White Rabbit’s watch can be found in The palm of the left hand. In true Wonderland fashion, the watch is guaranteed to tell time accurately twice a day.

The mittens are knit from the cuff up. Waste yarn is used to hold the place for the afterthought thumbs.

Finished Measurements
Small (Large)
10¼”/ 26cm (11¼”/ 28.5cm) cuff to tip;
7”/ 18cm (8”/ 20.5cm) palm to tip;
7”/ 18cm (8¼”/ 21cm) palm circumference;
2½”/ 6.5cm (3”/ 7.5cm) thumb circumference

Yarn
Galler Yarns Prime Alpaca; 665yds/ 608m per 8oz/ 227g; 100% Alpaca; dk weight:
1 skein in Silver Gray (MC)
1 skein in Bleached White (CC)
OR
approx 120 (140)yds/ 110 (128)m (MC),
80 (100)yds/ 73 (92)m (CC) of a dk weight yarn

Needles/Notions
Size 1 US/ 2.25mm circular needle,
12”/ 30mm or preferred small circular method
Size 1 US/ 2.25mm set of five double-point needles
Change needle size if needed in order to obtain the correct gauge
1 stitch marker, waste yarn

Gauge
26sts/ 30rows = 4x4”/ 10x10cm in
Stockinette Stitch
For the most accurate gauge, knit the swatch using the first 26 stitches of the first chart