This pair of mittens is perfect to get a little taste of doubleknitting as this is a relatively small project. Featuring detailed instructions on how to cast on and work in the doubleknitting technique it’s a great first doubleknitting project.
Thanks to the doubleknitting technique you will end up with a fully reversible pair of mittens that are warmer than most knitted mittens thanks to the double layer construction. Apart from that doubleknitting is the perfect answer to problems with floats (fair isle), as the yarn will only ever be carried a maximum of two stitches. This results in a more stretchy fabric! The mittens will hug your hands plus fit a wide range of hand sizes without being too tight or loose.
- 210 meters / 230 yards of fingering weight yarn (shown in Wollmeise 100% superwash, colorway Pfefferminz Prinz), about 60g / 2,1 oz.
- 210 meters / 230 yards of fingering weight yarn (shown in Wollmeise 100% superwash, colorway Dornröschen), about 60g / 2,1 oz.
- 2 mm circular needle (or size to get the given gauge) long enough for magic loop
- Two 2,5 mm circular needles (or one size bigger than the needles you needed to get gauge) long enough for magic loop
- Waste yarn
- Tapestry needle
- 2-3 mm crochet hook
- one stitch marker