Luckenbach Two-Step by Elizabeth Green Musselman

Luckenbach Two-Step

Fingering (14 wpi) ?
29 stitches and 52 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stripe pattern
US 2 - 2.75 mm
2.75 mm (C)
320 - 610 yards (293 - 558 m)
S (L)
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This pattern is part of the Musings from Mercury Hall collection; a 10 pattern booklet that includes knitting, crochet, and weaving patterns.

Mitt instructions should read:
Step 1: Using provisional cast on, CO 52 (60) sts.
Step 6: Rearrange sts so that needle tips are now facing bottom of mitt. Using MC, graft tog 21 (29) sts from each side at the bottom of the mitt. 32 live sts rem (16 on each needle) in the middle of the mitt.
Step 10: Optional edging: On top of mitt and with MC, PU & K 46 (54) sts, or one picked-up st for each stripe. Join into round, taking care not to twist sts, and loosely BO all sts on next round in P st.
Thanks to katrog for noticing the error.

finished measurements
Hat: 19½ (21½)” circumference unstretched and 11” from brim to top, to fit 21-23” (23-25”) head.
Mitts: 7 (8)” circumference and 8¼” long

MadelineTosh Merino Light (100% merino, fingering weight, 420 yds), 1 skein each in:

Brown version: Moccasin (MC) and Dusk (CC)
Green version: Lettuce Leaf (MC) and Filigree (CC)

Hat uses about 160 (180) yds of each color, or 320 (360) yds altogether.
Mitts use about 175 (200) yds of MC and 45 (50) yds of CC.

29 sts = 4” = 52 rows in garter stripe pattern

needles & hook
US 2 (2.75mm) circular needle, at least 40” long
US 2 (2.75mm) double-pointed needles (not needed if using magic loop technique to work thumb)
Size C (2.75mm) crochet hook
Adjust needle sizes if necessary to obtain gauge

tapestry needle, decorative barette (optional)