Lunaria Mitts by Cailyn Meyer
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Lunaria Mitts

November 2010
Light Fingering ?
34 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in two-color stockinette
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
150 - 200 yards (137 - 183 m)
Small: 7 inch circumference, 8 inches long
This pattern is available from for $3.99.

Lunaria started as a pair of fingerless gloves but the pattern was too pretty to just leave it at that. A hooded scarf was just the thing! The two patterns are sold as a set through Knit Picks.

The fingerless gloves feature a long ribbed cuff and a traditional side thumb gusset, increased every third row. The gloves are finished with a little more ribbing to prevent curling. The gloves use 7 colors of Palette; 1 ball of each color will be more than enough to finish the gloves.

The pair of projects is named after the flower the Annual Honesty , or Lunaria annua, which has four petals ranging from white to deep purple when in bloom. The seeds are papery, translucent sliver discs in the winter, giving it its other common name in America, “Silver Dollars.”

More information can be found on The Daily Skein.

For questions, comments, or errata, please contact Cailyn at or here on Ravelry as CailynDragon.