Rose des Vents, mitaines by Isabelle Allard
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Rose des Vents, mitaines

Knitting
February 2013
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stranded knitting (jacquard)
US 4 - 3.5 mm
219 - 328 yards (200 - 300 m)
one size (une grandeur)
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Ces mitaines font partie de l’ensemble Rose des Vents qui m’a été inspiré de l’école pas très loin de chez moi où j’ai travaillé à temps partiel pendant 5 ans: L’école La rose des Vents. Elles vous garderont les mains au chaud puisqu’elles sont en laine plus épaisse que mes créations habituelles
Taille :Une grandeur, Mitaines: 8’’/20cm de large et 10’’/25.5cm de long
Laine: Le blanc cassé et rouge : Patons, Classic wool (100% laine), 204m(223 vgs) par balle. Aran, 1 balle et Cherry, 1 balle
Aiguilles: 5 broches double-pointes de 3.5mm
Matériel :Aiguille à tapisserie
Échantillons :Avec les 3.5mm :(pour les mitaines) 26ms X 28rgs pour 10 cm en jacquard.
Mis à jour: octobre 2017

This is the mittens of the kit Wind Rose, inspired by the name of the school where I work part time: La Rose des vents (Wind rose). It’s also a bit Norwegian style. I love stranded knitting, particularly mittens. The thick yarn makes it a very warm accessory for the long Quebec’s winters.
Size: One size adult (about 7-8 inches for hand), but you can change the size a little bit by changing needles size from ¼ to ½ mm.
Finished measurements
Mittens: 8 inches large and 10 inches long
Materials
(MC) Pattons classic wool (100% wool); 210 yds/192 m per 100g skein); color: off white; 1 skein.
(CC) Patons classic wool (100% wool); 210 yds/192 m per 100g skein; color: cherry; 1 skein.
One set of US 4/3.5mm double-pointed needles (for mittens)
Safety pins or waste yarn, tapestry needle.
Gauge
22 sts/28 rows: 4” in stockinette stitch with 3.5mm
26 sts/28 rows: 4” in stranded knitting with 3.5mm
Updated: october 2017