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Muff

Knitting
May 2006
See notes
DK (11 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 10½ - 6.5 mm
660 yards (604 m)
One size
This pattern is available for free.

Yarn requirements: An assortment of leftovers and odd balls of DK and worsted weight yarns -- a two yard piece is not too short -- to equal about 330yd/300m plus 330 yds of a coordinating DK or worsted weight yarn for the cuffs and lining (yarn held doubled throughout)



Finished measurements: Length: 11 inches; Diameter: 20.5 inches



Description from knitty.com:

Mittens really limit what you can do with your hands...enter the muff. Because of the large amount of space inside a muff, it keeps you nice and toasty, yet you can take your hands in and out quickly. It's great for a stroll down a snowy lane and watching a movie on a chilly night.

This muff is knit with all your little bits of leftovers and is a great reminder of past knitting projects. The outside is worked with two strands of yarn -- alternating one yarn every row. The inside lining is ribbed for a cozy feel.


Don't have scraps? The notes at the end of the pattern give instructions for a striped muff.