Greenwitch by Anna Richardson


July 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
34 stitches and 50 rows = 4 inches
in Stickinette
US 0 - 2.0 mm
191 - 219 yards (175 - 200 m)
One Size. 17cm at wrist/ 25cm at widest point.
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Inspired by the Dark is Rising Sequence by Susan Cooper, this lace cuffed glove design evokes the murky depths of the Cornish coastline wherein the Greenwitch lies. Cuff is knit back-and-forth and then picked up along the side edge for the hand which is knit in-the-round on circular needles using magic loop technique. The back of the hand is textured lace and the generous thumb increase uses a slipped stitch technique to give a crossed mesh appearance. Fingers and thumb are tipless.
Pattern is suitable for an experienced knitter. Written and charted.

Colourway Jormungandr was commissioned for exclusive sale by OneHandKnits and is available in limited quantity from OneHandKnits at Fibre East festival of wool on sat 14-Sun15th July 2012.

Available as an OHK Knit Kit (Pattern & Yarn) for £10

Pattern will be available as a Ravelry Download for £2.49 shortly after

50g Yarnscape’s Dance (55% wool/ 45% silk 4ply) in ltd. edition colourway Jormungandr (exclusively available from OneHandKnits)
2mm circular needles or as required to achieve the tension
2st markers
St holder or scrap yarn

34st x 50 rows = 10cm/ 4 inches over pattern on 2mm needles

One Size. Worn with 1-3cm positive ease.