Beacon Hill Mittens by Anna Maliszewski
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Beacon Hill Mittens

Knitting
October 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches
in Beacon Hill St.
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
155 - 175 yards (142 - 160 m)
S, M, L
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This Beacon Hill Mitts is a quick and easy pattern with a seamless construction. You will find that you can memorize the stitch texture within a couple of repeats!

Inspiration for this scarf came from P.B Ryan’s Gilded Age Boston mystery book series that I adore, that centers around the infamous Beacon Hill area. The garter st reminds me of the uneven cobblestone ground, and the hill-like texture is for all of the hills and row houses that make up Beacon Hill.

Look for Beacon Hill Infinity Scarf to match the mittens.

Materials
Yarn: Size S: less than 165 yds/80g of worsted weight wool (recommended: Malabrigo Rios Yarn); Size M: less than 175 yds/85g of yarn; Size L: less than 185yds/90g of yarn.

Needles: set of five dpns, or one 32’’ circular needles:
Small: US 6 (4mm)
Medium: US 6 (4mm) and US 7 (5mm)
Large: US 6 (4mm) and US 8 (4.5mm)

Notions: darning needle, 1 BOR m, 1 thumb m
Stockinette Gauge Swatch
US 6—21 sts and 29 rds= 4’’
US 7—20 sts and 28 rds= 4’’
US 8—19 sts and 27 rds= 4’’

Measurements
Ribbed Cuff (all sizes): 6.5cm wide flat; Fits up to a 19cm diameter wrist – lower/raise needle size to adjust width
Small: 8.5cm wide flat; Fits up to 20cm circumference hand; 25.5cm long Medium: 9cm wide flat; Fits up to 21.5cm circumference hand; 26cm long Large: 9.5cm wide flat; fits up to 23cm circumference hand; 27cm long

Abbreviations
K=knit P=purl KTBL=knit st through the back of the loop Rd=rd CO=cast on BO=bind off Sl=slide
M= (st) marker BOR= beginning of rd
WYF=with yarn in front of work K2tog=knit 2 sts together Ssk= sl, sl, k those 2 sts together
KWNUS (k with needle under strand): insert RH needle under the loose strand, wrap and k the next st, so that the loose strand is now behind that k st.

Pattern Notes
You will work the mitten in the round starting at the cuff. Every time you come to the BOR marker, slide it.

You can find a complete chart for each mitten on the last pg.

The cuff is knit in a twisted 1x1 rib (k1tbl, p1), which is a signature type of rib of KUAS designs…but feel free to knit using a regular untwisted 1x1 rib.