Kejimkujik Camp Mittens by Raven Knits Design

Kejimkujik Camp Mittens

Knitting
December 2016
Sport (12 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in unblocked stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
180 - 260 yards (165 - 238 m)
Large (women's size 8 glove), Small (women's size 7 glove)
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Kejimkujik (k’gemu-koojik) National Park and Historical Site is located in Nova Scotia, Canada. Named for the largest lake in the park, Kejimkujik preserves ancestral canoe routes, fishing camps and petroglyphs of the Mi’kmaq people. The slipped stitch motif of these mittens reflect many aspects of the park; pointed canoe prows cutting through still water, pine trees on the shores of rippling lakes, and the chevron patterned quillwork of the Mi’kmaq.

The mitten instructions come in two sizes; small (to fit women’s glove size 7) and large (to fit women’s glove size 8). They are slightly roomy, and can be worn either on their own or as an extra layer over thin (laceweight or commercial) knit gloves. The top cuff of the mitten should be long enough to nearly cover the tips of the fingers, and can be folded down when dexterity is needed. This cuff can be shortened if the hand length is not desired.

Materials Needed:
@220 (145) yards main colour sport weight yarn
@40 (35) yards contrast colour sport weight yarn
2.75mm (US 2) circular needle or dpns, or size needed to meet gauge
stitch marker to mark end/beginning of rounds
stitch marker to mark middle of round
sitch marker to mark thumb increases
2 (1) stitch marker(s) to mark slip stitched pattern placement
Optional: cable needle

This is a WRITTEN pattern. The slipped stitch motif is both charted and written. The pattern requires some skill in reading your knitting, as the motif is placed within the pattern instructions but written out separately with different row counts.

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