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Ferryboat Mitts

Knitting
October 2012
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
28 stitches = 4 inches in K2/P2 ribbing, not stretched
US 6 - 4.0 mm
125 - 210 yards (114 - 192 m)
Small/Medium (approx 6"/15cm around); Medium/Large (approx 7"/18cm around)
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In 2 sizes & 2 lengths

Pefect for a foggy morning commute across Puget Sound. Or keyboarding with the thermostat down. Or texting. Or knitting out of doors. We love these handsome ribbed mitts on men and women alike. One fellow told us that our thumb gusset reminded him of a sweep of chrome on a car, so we knew we’d hit a nice masculine note!


FINISHED SIZES
Ribbed throughout, these mitts will fit a wide range of hand sizes.
Small/Medium: Approx. 6” / 15cm around; to fit an average woman’s hand.
Medium/Large: Approx. 7” / 18cm around; to fit an average man’s hand.
Regular cuff length: 9½” / 24cm. Arm warmer length: 12½” / 32 cm.

YARN
Small/Medium: Approx. 125 yds / 114m of worsted-weight yarn for regular cuff length; approx. 160 yds / 146m for arm warmer length. To adjust length, allow 13 yds / 12m of yarn per knitted inch. Shown in purple in arm warmer length: 2 skeins Debbie Bliss Blue Faced Leicester Aran (82 yds / 75m each), Color 46010 Heather.
Medium/Large: Approx. 160 yds / 146m of worsted-weight yarn for regular cuff length; approx. 210 yds / 192m for arm warmer length. To adjust length, allow 17 yds / 16m of yarn per knitted inch. Shown in green in regular cuff length: 1 skein Berroco Ultra Alpaca (215 yds / 197m), Color 62173.

NEEDLES
US 6 (4mm) double-point needles, or size to obtain gauge.
Double-points one size larger than gauge size for arm warmer cuffs.