Sybil Fingerless Mitts by Heidi Marie Robinson

Sybil Fingerless Mitts

Knitting
December 2012
Light Fingering ?
29 stitches and 41 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
140 - 155 yards (128 - 142 m)
One size fits most, customizable.
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Finely knit fingerless mitts feature a pretty double-scalloped lace pattern. The fingering weight wool makes a thin yet warm fabric, these are not your average bulky mitts. They are pretty and practical without being too fussy. The lace pattern looks beautifully complicated, but it is a very simple repeat of decreases and yarn overs. The underside and thumb is worked in a smooth stockinette stitch.

Size: One size fits most, mitts can be customized to fit: see pattern notes.

Materials:
Blue Mitts: Koigu KPM 100% merino wool; 175yds per 50g skein; color: Koigu Solid Blues #1002-59; 1 skein
(weight of finished work 41g for both mitts)

Yellow Mitts: Spud & Chloe Fine Superwash 80% wool, 20% Silk; 248yds per 60g skein; color: BumbleBee #7811 dye lot #1582; 1 skein

Notions :
1 set(s) US #2.5/3mm double-point needles
Five stitch markers.
Darning needle for finishing work.

Gauge:
In stockinette stitch:
29 stitches to 4 inches
41 rows to 4 inches

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