Shining Sequence Mittens by Megan-Anne Llama
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Shining Sequence Mittens

Knitting
July 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 0 - 2.0 mm
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
300 - 350 yards (274 - 320 m)
S, M, L
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Welcome to the 2017 Christmas in July MKAL by Lattes and Llamas! This year we are making some crazy awesome color work mittens. This is an intermediate-advanced project. Clues will be released every Wednesday in July through Ravelry pattern updates (so once you’ve downloaded a clue, the pattern in your Rav library will be updated with the subsequent clues).

It’s easy to customize your mittens, but I recommend waiting until all 4 clues are released to do that. This pattern makes liberal use of beads, but if you hate beads (I’m trying to respect a bead hating life-style, but it’s hard for me since they are obviously the best thing ever ;) You might choose to skip the beads and work a 6th contrast color in duplicate stitch after your mitts are finished instead.

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be mathematically perfect? With these you can wonder no more! the beading, paired with an inversion of the colors creates a secret image when you hold your 2 gloved hands together. I’ve always known you were perfect, it’s high time you had some mittens that advertise it. Have fun, and I can’t wait to see your projects!

Recommended Yarn: 1 ball (100g) Lattes & Llamas Vacation Yarn in Baskerville; 5 20g Vacation Yarn mini skeins, sample is knit using the Brakebills Gradient Pack.

Beads: 260 Size 8/0 seed beads for sizes S and M, size 6/0 for size L.

Needles: US0(1, 2) 36” circular needles for working in Magic Loop, or needles needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 10.5sts=1” on US0, 10sts=1” on US1, 9sts=1” on US2. Make sure to check your gauge in stranded knitting. Instructions for making a measuring a gauge swatch are in the pattern.

Sizes: S(M, L). Sizes are achieved by changing needle size/gauge. Small=7.5” diameter, Medium=8”diameter, Large=8.5” diameter.