Hege Mitts by Michele Wang

Hege Mitts

March 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
7.5 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
in Stockinette
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
225 yards (206 m)
9" circumference at top/forearm, 7" circumference at palm; 9” long
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Errata available: brooklyntweed.com

These pretty armwarmers are a great wardrobe item for layer-lovers! They’re a great way to keep your wrists warm when knitting (or typing) in chillier conditions, too. We think they’re the perfect antidote for when the colorwork bug comes a’biting, and a great project for new knitters to try their hand at stranded knitting.


Three colors of fingering-weight yarn in the following amounts:
• 65 yards of Color 1 (C1) – shown in Snowbound (Pale Grey)
• 35 yards of Color 2 (C2) – shown in Faded Quilt (Lt. Blue)
• 125 yards of Color 3 (C3) – shown in Old World (Dk. Blue)


3 skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Loft (100% American Targhee-Columbia Wool; 275 yards/50g) – one skein of each of the colors listed above, or another combination of your choosing


Colorwork Gauge: 7 stitches & 9 rounds = 1” in circular colorwork with Colorwork Gauge Needle
Single-Color Stockinette Gauge: 7½ stitches & 10 rounds = 1” in circular stockinette with Stockinette Gauge Needle


One set of DPNs (or long circular, if using Magic Loop Method) in size needed to obtain Colorwork Gauge; suggested: US 2 (2¾ mm)
One set of DPNs (or long circular) in size needed to obtain Single-Color Stockinette Gauge – this needle will likely be one size smaller than Colorwork Gauge Needle; suggested: US 1 (2¼ mm)

Finished Dimensions

9” circumference at top/forearm, 7” circumference at palm; 9” long
Final measurements taken after blocking

Skill Level

2 out of 5

Please note, the stitch patterns in this garment are charted only.