Stitched Together Mitts by Elizabeth Doherty
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Stitched Together Mitts

Knitting
November 2018
Light Fingering ?
28 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
170 - 220 yards (155 - 201 m)
Approximately 5¾ (6¾, 7½, 8½)" [14.5 (17, 19, 21.5) cm] in circumference at the widest part of the palm.
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A simple stranded motif of xxxxs provides a bit of fun to bridge the color blocks on the Stitched Together Mitts. Easy to work, they feature a rolled cuff, colors that reverse position between the right and left mitt, and an exceptional fit—due to the tailored thumb gusset.

Choose three colors and mix and match them amongst the Hat, Mitts and Cowl in the Stitched Together collection—the possibilities are limitless!



The Stitched Together hat and mitts are part of A Verb For Keeping Warm’s Fall 2018 Lookbook. View the whole lookbook here.

Verb has put together Stitched Together kits in five gorgeous colorways. Each kit contains enough yarn to knit both the Stitched Together hat and the Stitched together mitts.


Sizes
small, medium, large and x-large

Finished measurements
Approximately 5¾ (6¾, 7½, 8½)" [14.5 (17, 19, 21.5) cm] in circumference at the widest part of the palm.

Yarn
A Verb for Keeping Warm Flock, 100% Organic California Merino, 290 yd [265 m] per 50g skein

Color A: 80 (90, 100, 100) yds [70 (80, 90, 100) m],
or approximately 14 (15, 17, 18) g

Color B: 80 (90, 100, 100) yds [70 (80, 90, 100) m],
or approximately 14 (15, 17, 18) g

Color C: 10 (20, 20, 20) yds [10 (20, 20, 20) m],
or approximately 2 (3, 3, 3) g

Indigo mitts are knit in Nightcap, Grizzly Peak and Tortilla. Orange mitts are in Bonfire, Grizzly Peak and Tortilla.


Need help? If you have questions about the Stitched Together Mitts—or just want to share your progress!—please visit the Stiched Together discussion thread in the Blue Bee Knits group.