Kingfisher Mittens by Mareike Meyer

Kingfisher Mittens

Knitting
December 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
150 yards (137 m)
6.5in / 7in / 7.5in / 8in hand circumference
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Be it a snowball fight, a winter stroll or building a snowman --- these mittens will keep your hands warm no matter what winter has in store for you!

Worked from cuff to fingertips, these mittens feature a 2x2 ribbing that resembles a little cable. But no cable needle is used, the look is achieved with a Right Twist that works up faster than a cable. They use up only a small amount of yarn and with 4 sizes to choose from you’ll have mittens to keep your hands warm and cosy in no time!

This pattern has been tested.

Techniques/stitches:
Knit, Purl, P2tog
Right Twist, make 1 purlwise
grafting sts
2 stitch markers

Yarn
Fingering weight

Yardage each mitten
C1 = appr. 25 yds (appr. 10gr)
C2 = appr. 50 yds (appr. 20gr)

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