KNITSONIK Fingerless Mitts by Felicity Ford
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KNITSONIK Fingerless Mitts

Knitting
October 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in colourwork pattern (worked from chart)
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
350 - 372 yards (320 - 340 m)
ONE SIZE ONLY

These fingerless mitts have been designed to celebrate the places and things that you love in stranded colourwork.

The pattern contains instructions for producing three different pairs of fingerless mitts based on original charts from the KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Sourcebook, including: 1. My Street, 2. The Wonders of Electricity and 3. your very own stranded colourwork designs.

The written instructions and dimensions are identical for all three pairs, but the charts are different for each pair. Two sets of charts are provided for My Street and The Wonders of Electricity enabling you to produce a pair of mitts which mirror one another. These are supplied in full colour and in black and white in case you wish to adapt the existing patterns to your own colour scheme. A blank template using the same maths as my designs is provided for you to fill with your designs if going for option 3. Please note that in all directions round refers to the round of your knitting and row refers to the row number of your chart.

Size
ONE SIZE ONLY
Hand circumference above thumb: 20cm/8”
Length: 28cm/11.5”

Yarn requirements

Yarn for option 1. The sample pair use Jamieson & Smith 2 ply Jumper Weight in the following shades weights/lengths. Colour descriptions are provided for substituting with a different yarn which knits to gauge:

shade 91 (Rich Yellow) – 6g/30m
shade FC64 (Heathery Grey) – 5g/25m
shade 2 (Warm Grey) – 32g/149m
shade 34 (Dark Green) – 12g/55m
shade FC11 (Grass Green) – 3g/15m
shade 118 – (Mid Green) – 9g/43m
shade 122 (Dark Heathery Terracotta) – 5g/25m
shade 1A (Soft White) – 3g/15m
shade FC45 (Caramel) – 5g/25m

Yarn for option 2. The sample pair use Jamieson & Smith 2 ply Jumper Weight in the following shades weights/lengths. Colour descriptions are provided for substituting with a different yarn which knits to gauge:

shade 77 (Black) – 5g/25m
shade 203 (Pale Grey) – 6g/30m
shade 121 (Heathery Yellow) – 21g/101m
shade 125 (Orange Red) – 25g/119m
shade 96 (Pale Lemon Yellow) – 2g/10m
shade 202 (Cool Cream) – 7g/35m
shade 1 (Bright White) – 3g/15m

Yarn for option 3. This will be determined by your design, and will depend on how many shades you wish to use. Looking at the quantities for the other two designs might help you to see how much yarn is needed for larger and smaller areas of colour.

Gauge
30sts/36rnds to 10cm/4” over colourwork pattern using 2.75mm needles, or needle size to meet gauge
28sts/34rnds to 10cm/4” over colourwork using 3mm needles, or needle size to meet gauge