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These mittens remind me of the hills and valleys that Radagast tends to in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. The mittens are knit from cuff to tip and have a small chart in the middle. The size is “adult”, but simply adding more rounds before or after the chart for length will not disturb the pattern.
I’ve chosen to knit the cowl with much smaller needles than the band suggests for two reasons. Firstly, it’s quite cold where I live and I didn’t want the wind to seep through the inevitable spaces between my stitches, and secondly, I felt the denser look suited the pattern just perfectly.
This pattern is a continuation of my Breakfast Waffles Collection in my Ravelry Store. These mittens give you leway to add length where needed. They’re stretchy so they fit a ladies small hand while also fitting a man’s medium. Even with a ladies small I still have 1/2 a skein of the worsted weight AND 1/2 a skein of the DK weight wh...
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Booties, Mid-calf Socks
This pattern is for a baby sized 0-8 months. Seems like a wide range eh? But remember some babies are heavier than others when they are born. My cousin is 8 months old and these fit him perfectly…while a friend’s new baby girl is 2 months and they fit her perfectly.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
As our friendly hobbit and his band of misfit dwarves make their way through Mirkwood Forest, they soon come to realize that it appears far more complicated than once intended. These wristlets are deceptively similar. They look complicated, but in fact they are only a 4 round repeat!!