Twin Cities Mittens by Shelby Nichols

Twin Cities Mittens

Knitting
December 2023
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches = 4 inches
US 7 - 4.5 mm
100 - 175 yards (91 - 160 m)
Child (6”x7.75”), Teen/Women’s SM (6.5”x8.5”), Women’s M (7”x9.25”), Woman’s LG/Men’s SM (7.5”x9.5”), Men’s M (8”x10.25”), Men’s LG (8.5”x11”), Men’s XL (9”x11.5”)
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I love the look of cables, but sometimes I don’t have a cable needle on hand or the patience - which makes this faux cable pattern so fun.

It uses a series of slipped and dropped stitches to create an intricate pattern, with a finished product appearing more complicated than it is.

The pattern is suitable for TV knitting with a sequence that can be easily memorized; with enough interest, you’ll want to make more than one.

Constructed as phone-friendly fingerless mittens

Worked in the round

Seven Sizes Available:

Child (6”x7.75”)
Teen/Women’s SM (6.5”x8.5”)
Women’s M (7”x9.25”)
Woman’s LG/Men’s SM (7.5”x9.5”)
Men’s M (8”x10.25”)
Men’s LG (8.5”x11”)
Men’s XL (9”x11.5”)

Also check out the hat pattern.

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