Knittens

Knitting
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches = 1 inch
in 8sts per in stocking stitch on size 1.5 (2.5mm)
US 0 - 2.0 mm
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
200 - 400 yards (183 - 366 m)
Medium and Large
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Knittens use several techniques, a Folded Hem for cuff with Provisional Cast-On, a simple 2x2 Fair Isle Pattern, and Slip Stitch Patterns. Links are provided for the Provisional Cast-On and the Folded Hem. You get a wonderful look when using a self-stripe yarn for your contrast color and a solid for your main color. Directions include the slip stitch charts and written directions for both Mittens and Fingerless Mitts. (There is also an alternative Ribbed Cuff)

Materials:
50 grams of fingering weight yarn in Solid (MC)
50 grams of fingering weight yarn in a self-stripe (CC) When picking contrasting color make sure it doesn’t contain any of the main color or the pattern will get muddy.
Model is made with solid Heritage Sock Yarn in #5639, and Rock & String Creations in “Carmel Apple Cider” Another suitable stripe yarns would be Knit Picks Felicity
Needles Size – use double points, circular or magic loop, directions are generic.
Size 0 (2.0mm) or 1 (2.25mm) for Folded Hem Cuff only (you want 9sts per inch on Hem)
Size 1.5 (2.50mm)
Gauge: 8sts per inch on size 1.5 needle in stocking stitch, 64sts = 8” around, 72sts = 9” around
Folded Hem Gauge: 9sts per inch on size 0 or 1 needle in stocking stitch