Stripy Mitts by Sandra Paul
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Stripy Mitts

Crochet
February 2013
Sport (12 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in treble crochet (UK)
3.5 mm (E)
170 yards (155 m)
Medium
UK
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Warm, colourful and stylish, make these gloves and your hands will thank you.

Pattern Notes
This pattern for a pair of stripy mitts worked both in rows and in the round. It is available as a written pattern and a tutorial style pattern.

To download the pdf for the written pattern, use the links above.

To use the photo tutorial, follow the blog link given below.

Skill Level
Intermediate/Tricky
Basic stitches are used throughout however the construction requires some concentration.

Yarn
170 yards of Sport or Light DK yarn in various colours.

I used Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino but a lot of the original colours I used are now discontinued, so here are the nearest colours from the latest range:
Unfortunately a lot of the DB colours I used are now discontinued. I did find matches in her latest range that might be of interest to you though:

006 - Candy Pink
018 - Citrus
026 - Duck Egg
034 - Red
059 - Mallard
066 - Amber
071 - Royal
204 - Baby Blue
608 - Pale Lilac

The duck egg blue (026) was the colour I used for the edging and the other colours were used for all the stripes.

Hook
3.5mm (USA E) hook - or whichever size you need to use to get the correct fit

Materials
14 buttons approx 1cm (3/8”) diameter
Yarn needle
Needle and thread for sewing on buttons

Size
Medium (but can be easy adjusted, directions given in the pattern)

Pattern Includes:

  • A full written pattern with clear instructions
  • A photo tutorial style pattern
  • Blocking diagram
  • Help with resizing

Pattern written in:
UK Terms (US translations given)

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