Stained Glass Mitts and Mittens by Deborah Tomasello
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Stained Glass Mitts and Mittens

Knitting
March 2016
Light Fingering ?
9 stitches = 1 inch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
250 - 350 yards (229 - 320 m)
Woman and Teen Medium (You can tweak the sizing on this one by going up or down a needle size or two. Use a #2 needle for small. For a larger mitt, use a #3 or #4 needle.)
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My Stained Glass design is one that I have been working on for years. Recently, I published the Stained Glass Socks pattern, followed by the Stained Glass Hat. Knitters started asking for the design to be made available as mitts, too. So, here it is. This pattern includes instructions for both fingerless mitts and mittens. You also have the option to include a secret pocket that can securely hold valuables like cash or keys. Because the mitts are directionless, you can choose to wear the pocket on the outside of one hand, or on the inside of the other. Either way. This classically beautiful design contains the vibrant colors that reflect light in our favorite stained glass windows. I created a tweed blend using Bre-Aly Cotton Threads, and when combined with Brenda’s Black 3-ply Solid, your knitting results in beautiful, stranded mitts showing off the panes and arches of the stained glass design. Because they are knit with cotton, the mitts work well in all seasons. Wear alone or layer over wool liners for extra warmth and a great look.

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