Pigwidgeon Mitts by Terri Kruse
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Pigwidgeon Mitts

November 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette colorwork
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 1 - 2.25 mm
125 - 185 yards (114 - 169 m)
Child 2 [Child 4, Child 6, Women’s Small, Women’s Medium, Women’s Large]
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errata: Change to larger needle after finishing the ribbing. Will update pattern this week. 4/22/2013
Child 2 [Child 4, Child 6, Women’s Small,
Women’s Medium, Women’s Large]

Finished Measurements
Circumference around widest part of hand
5.5 [6.25, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8] inches
Length(with cuff)
5.5 [6.25, 7, 7.25, 8, 8.5] inches

27 sts and 32 rows on size 3 needles(for
Child 2, Child 4, Women’s Small, and
Women’s Large)
28 sts and 34 rows on size 2 needles (for
Child 6 and Women’s Med)

Sunshine Yarns Classic Sock [100%
Superwash Merino; 370 yards in
100grams (3.53 oz)]
MC: Moss Canyon (green) 1 skein
CC1: Bella’s Truck (orange) 20 grams
CC2: Parchment (off white) 20 grams
CC1 and CC2 used less than 20 grams
for the largest size. These sections
would be great for leftovers!

1 set of US1/2.25mm double pointed
1 set of US2/2.75mm double pointed
1 set of US3/3.25mm double pointed
or needle size needed to obtain gauge. Also
see Gauge notes carefully to determine
which needles you use to make your size.

stitch holder or scrap yarn

Note: If you look at the gauge, it may seem a bit loose for the weight. The yarn used is a plump fingering weight and can handle this gauge no problem. If one wanted a tighter fabric, a sport weight could definitely be used at the same gauge.