Lallama Mittens by Elizabeth Lubowitz

Lallama Mittens

Knitting
February 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
US 1 - 2.25 mm
0 - 200 yards (0 - 183 m)
One Size
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This pattern is available for C$10.00 CAD buy it now

Show your llama love with a pair of densely knit worsted weight mittens that will keep the cold out and the warmth in this winter! This full colour pattern comes with two sets of charts, one in colour and one in black-and-white for those who want to break out the coloured pencils to create their own colour schemes.

This pattern is for you if… You live in a really cold climate and want a pair of mittens in a thicker yarn with a tight gauge. You love llamas!

Move along if… You hate tacking floats, as there are some spots with long gaps between colours.

Set Your Price Point

To strike a balance between setting a price that reflects the work put into the pattern while also remaining accessible to your budget, I am offering a “set your own price point” option on this pattern.

Use the promo codes below to choose the price you’d like to pay. Prices/discounts are in Canadian dollars, which will convert to your currency in your cart.

NO CODE: $10 CAD

ISABETTY1: $9 CAD

ISABETTY2: $8 CAD

ISABETTY3: $7 CAD

ISABETTY4: $6 CAD

YARN

  • 115 yards of worsted weight yarn in main colour
  • 80 yards of worsted weight yarn in contrast colour

NEEDLES & NOTIONS

  • US 1 / 2.25mm double pointed needles, or size necessary to obtain gauge
  • 2 stitch markers
  • waste yarn for holding thumb stitches
  • tapestry needle for weaving in ends

SIZE

  • one size; comfortably fits a hand with a 7.5” palm circumference
  • full length: 10.25”
  • from top of cuff to tip of mitten: 8”
  • from thumb join to tip of mitten: 5.25”
  • thumb: 2.75”

TECHNIQUES/SKILLS

  • knitting and purling
  • knitting in the round
  • reading a colourwork chart
  • tacking floats
  • increasing stitches using M1L or M1R
  • decreasing stitches using k2tog and ssk
  • picking up and knitting held stitches

Get Social

Share your works-in-progress and finished projects on Instagram using the #LallamaMittens hashtag or tagging @needlesandnutmegs. I love to see what you come up with!