Cuffs are surprisingly warm and practical. We like them knitted up in this classic—and simple—two-color pattern, evocative of tweedy warmth. Make a pair to peek from under your coat sleeves, grab your wellies and go for a walk! Or, choose the fingerless glove option and wear them into winter. So cozy!
Cuffs: Each approx. 31⁄2” long x 7” around.
Fingerless Gloves: Each approx. 8” long x 7” around.
Cuffs: 2 skeins Rowan Fine Tweed (98 yds each): 1 skein in Main Color (MC) and 1 skein in Contrast Color (CC).
Or approx. 45 yds MC and 35 yds CC of an equivalent fingering-weight yarn.
Fingerless Gloves: 3 skeins Rowan Fine Tweed (98 yds each): 2 skeins in Main Color (MC) and 1 skein in Contrast Color (CC).
Or approximately 105 yds MC and 35 yds CC of an equivalent fingering-weight yarn.
First published in our Churchmouse Fall 2012 newsletter, this pattern has been renamed, expanded, and photographed by Jared Flood. The new version, Colorwork Cuffs & Mittens, is available for purchase here.