Coin Slot Mittens by Sophie McKane

Coin Slot Mittens

Knitting
January 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in Charted pattern stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
125 - 200 yards (114 - 183 m)
6 sizes, from Child to Men’s Large, achieved by varying gauge
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This pattern has been professionally tech edited by the Light Work Collective, and has been tested by a lovely crew of ravelry members.

I’ve always been a fan of graphic colourwork, and these Coin Slot Mittens really hit the mark. With their simple bold motifs, these two-colour mittens have a contemporary vibe that’s clean and unfussy. I think they’re the perfect unisex mittens for all your friends and family!

Coin Slot Mittens are knit with a charted design that is intuitive and easy-to-follow. With their seamless construction and straightforward instructions, you’ll knit these up in a flash.

Six different sizes are made by changing gauge, so dive into your stash for a pair of colours and get going right away. Most sizes are made with DK weight yarn for cosy warmth. Fingering weight yarn will give you a child’s size, and worsted weight a men’s medium or large.

Sizes range from child to Men’s Large. See the chart pictured at left for further details on sizing.

Notes on Sample
Sample pictured fits Women’s Medium (hand circumference 7.5”/19cm) with 0.5”/1.5cm positive ease. It was knit at 23 sts & 25 rnds = 4”/10cm using US 3/3.25mm and US 5/3.75mm needles. It used MC: 40g/95 yards/90m; CC: 25g/60 yards/55m.

If you’re a fan of stranded colourwork mitts, check our my other patterns, Sheep Shuffle Mitts and ZigZagger Mitts

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