Baht 'At by Ann Kingstone

Baht 'At

November 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches = 4 inches
in k1b, p2 ribbing
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
S/M/L to fit 16.5/19/21.5 cm (6.5/7.5/8.5") palm circumferences
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Yorkshire Day and Baa Ram Ewe Titus offer: both the Ilkley Moor Hat and Baht ‘At Mitts patterns are available with a 50% discount! Offer ends August 10th 2019.

Baht ‘At is part of the Born & Bred collection, a book made in partnership with baa ram ewe, the awesome Yorkshire yarn shop taking Yorkshire wool to the world! The book is available in print from baa ram ewe.

The mitts are knitted with baa ram ewe’s Yorkshire-themed yarn, Titus, now available in many glorious colours.

The Pattern

The mitts are knitted in the round from bottom cuff to fingers. The pattern includes full written instructions (including line-by-line instructions for the cable pattern) and a chart.

Choose needles for your preferred methods of small diameter circular knitting.

Due to the nature of the design, sizing is based on tension/gauge. Needles listed are a recommendation only; you will need to swatch to choose appropriate needles for the size you wish to knit.

The pattern is available in both A4 and Letter size formats, and all instructions include both US and UK knitting terminology.

Technical editor Karen Butler
Photos by Verity Britton


‘On Ilkley Moor Baht ‘At’, the unofficial anthem of Yorkshire, is a celebration of Yorkshire dialect. Baht ‘At means ‘without a hat’, however, you don’t have to go without one as there is a matching hat for these mitts, Ilkley Moor.

The cables on Ilkley Moor and Baht ‘At allude to the history of Ilkley Moor, which has lots of ancient celtic stone carvings.