tilted mitts by Jenny F

tilted mitts

by Jenny F
April 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
140 - 180 yards (128 - 165 m)
To fit wrist circumference: 7.5” Height: 6.25”
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When spring only exists in your calendar, light warm fingerless mitts are a must. These unusually constructed mitts use 2 colors and knit up super quick using your favorite fingering wool. Perfect for leftovers too as they only need about 90 yards of each color. The mitts were made to go with the tilted cowl and would be a perfect light warm spring set for chilly mornings. One row stripe and slipped stitch center add modern appeal.

And the best part is that there is very little purling and virtually no cast on and cast off!

The mitts use 2 equal amounts of 2 colors.
You will need about 25g of fingering weight wool (or roughly about 90 yards) of each colors.
You can use solids, self striping yarns or fade them, the sky is the limit here!

To fit wrist circumference: 7.5” Height: 6.25”

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