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Let me take you on a trip around the world. All you need is a comfortable armchair to sit in, some time, knitting needles and a skein of wonderful Colour Adventures yarn.
Our first trip is to Poland. A country where autumn is beautifully ornamented with golden leaves, a country of rich fields of wheat and yellow canola. So take your needles in your hands and get ready to set off on a wonderful one-skein journey!
“Przygoda” is a Polish word for adventure.
The pattern is available as single download and also as a part of “One-Skein Adventures” e-book - a collection of accessories for winter/spring.
Toddler (2-3 years old): to fit palm circumference 14.5-15 cm / 5.5-6”.
Length: approx 11 cm / 4.5” (without cuff); 17.5 cm / 7” (with cuff).
Child (4-6 years old): to fit palm circumference 15.25-16 cm / 6-6.5”.
Length: approx 14 cm / 5.5” (without cuff); 20.5 cm / 8” (with cuff).
Teen: to fit palm circumference 16.5-17.5 cm / 6.5-7”.
Length: approx 16.5 cm / 6.5” (without cuff); 24.5 cm / 9.75” (with cuff).
Adult: to fit palm circumference 17.5-18.5 cm / 7-7.5”.
Length: approx 18.5 cm / 7.25” (without cuff); 26.5 cm / 10.5” (with cuff).
Palm circumference is measured around fingers without thumb. It’s important to check the fit of the mitt while knitting, so try it on from time to time.
1 skein of Colour Adventures Sweet Aran - 100% merino 200y / 115g.
Sample shown in Pirate’s Treasure colorway, size adult.
US #7 / 4.50 mm, double-pointed needles or circular (for magic loop technique), or appropriate size to get gauge.
US #6 / 4.00 mm, double-pointed needles or circular (for magic loop technique), or one size smaller than gauge needles.
some waste yarn or a stitch holder, 5 stitch markers (one A, two B and two C), tapestry needle for weaving.
22 sts x 32 rows in 10 cm / 4” in Double Seed Stitch or Stockinette Stitch worked in the round with needle US #7 / 4.50 mm (after steam blocking).