Cleta by Marina Storm

Cleta

Knitting
October 2021
Sport (12 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
92 - 98 yards (84 - 90 m)
One size, women's medium
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After the creation of my pattern Phaenna, I thought that would be amazing to create a pair of fingerless mittens to match it!
So, here it comes!! A beautiful lace pattern for you with lots of love to add to your Charites Collection.

Cleta (Greek: Κλήτα) is the Goddess of Fame and Glory, one of the Charites of the Greek Mythology!

These fingerless mittens are worked in the round. They have twisted stitches for the cuff and some beautiful, easy lace stitches for the outer part of the hand. The inner part of the hand is worked with a simple stockinette stitch.

With some increases, we create the part of the thumb and once we reach its higher part, we separate and leave aside the thumb stitches.
We continue working for some last rows on our lace stitches and then we change again to twisted rib.
At the end we pick up the thumb stitches to complete them.

It is a very beautiful pattern and together with the Tibetan Cloud Wool yarn from mYAK, you have an amazing pair of mittens to wear inside, while drinking your tea, or outside, while you go for a walk!!

I hope you enjoy knitting them as much as I do!
Happy Knitting!

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