Mr. Cratchit's Convertible Mitts by Anna Maliszewski
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Mr. Cratchit's Convertible Mitts

December 2008
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 sts= 3.5'' (Triangle Pattern)
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
3.5 mm (E)
270 - 275 yards (247 - 251 m)
One size (fits most adults)
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Original publishing 2008 | Revised edition 2016
(Formerly knowns as “Mr. Scrooge’s Interchangeable Mitts”)


Also measurements taken in inches and centimeters.

Pattern allows for those using dpns or working the Magic Loop (1-at-a-time or 2-at-a-time) users.

Perfectly unisex, these mittens were inspired by Bob Cratchit from the Christmas Carol.

Winter calls for warm & snuggly knits. You can be bundled from your head to your toes, but it’s not always practical to cover your frosty finger- tips. Bah hum-bug! That’s why these convertible fingerless mitts are the perfect knit for the chilly seasons, for the times when you absolutely need to expose your fingers-tips, and for the times when you can just leave your fingers bundled under the warm woolen mitten flaps.

Difficulty Level: the early advanced knitter

Skills Needed: working in the rd, picking up sts, grafting sts, making an I-cord

28sts= 3.5’’ (9 cm) and 21 rows= 2’’ (5 cm) in the “Triangle” pattern

Cuff: 2.75’’ wide (7 cm); 3’’ (7.5 cm) long
Palm: 3.5’’ (9 cm) wide; stretches easily up to 4.5’’ (11.5 cm) wide
Mitten Length: 10’’ (25.5 cm) long from cast-on edge to the flap tip
Finger ribbing (un-stretched):
thumb=1 3/8’’ (3.5 cm) wide index finger=7/8’’ (2.5 cm) wide
middle finger=1.5’’ (3.5 cm) wide ring finger=7/8’’ wide pinky=6/8’’ (2 cm) wide

Pattern Abbreviations:
K=knit P=purl St(s)=stitch(es) Rd= round Dpns=double-pointed needles SL= slide M=marker M1=make 1 st by picking up 1 st in between sts. Pick up that st with the left needle and knit into the back of that st.
K1tbl=knit 1 st through back of loop (this twists the st) Kfbf= knit into the front, back, then front of a st (increases 2 sts) Ssk= sl 2 sts purl-wise, then knit into the front of them K2tog= knit 2 sts together
PSSO= pass second st over R= right