Midlothian Mittens

Also Available as part of The Map Collection!

Quick to knit up and perfect for keeping out the cold! Midlothian Mittens are a perfect project for a beginner to colourwork. Extra warm with a soft laceweight lining and an innovative lining method. Reversible between hands for even wear (and to get them on your hands faster!).

Technical Editing by Jaya Purswani. http://www.windchains.com

SIZES
XS (S, M, L) – Shown in size S.
Finished Circumference: 7 (8, 9, 10)” / 18 (20, 23, 25)cm around knuckles of the outer mitten – the lining takes up a bit of room inside, so mitten fits snugly.
To fit knuckle circumference: 6 (7, 8, 9)” / 15 (18, 20, 23)cm Finished Length: 8.5 (9, 9.5, 9.5)” / 22 (23, 24, 24)cm from cuff to tip

MATERIALS
YARN
Outer Mitten – DK weight yarn.
105 (140, 170, 185) yds / 96 (128, 155, 170)m of MC
80 (105, 130, 140) yds / 73 (96, 120, 128) m of CC

Shown in Tanis Fiber Arts Yellow Label DK (100% superwash merino; 260 yds / 238m per 4 oz / 115g skein) – 1 skein each of Garnet (MC) and Sand (CC) for size S.

Lining – laceweight yarn.
120 (160, 200, 215) yds / 110 (146, 183, 197)m

Shown in Habu Textiles 2/26 cashmere (100% cashmere, 182 yds / 163m per 0.5oz / 14g skein) – 1 skein in colour 7301 for size S.

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
US 3 / 3.25mm double pointed needles or needles of choice for small circumferences in the round
US 1.5 / 2.5mm double pointed needles or needles of choice for small circumferences in the round
stitch marker
tapestry needle
smooth waste yarn no larger than working yarn

GAUGE
28 sts and 34 rnds = 4” / 10cm square in stranded colourwork in the round on US 3 / 3.25mm needles.

MORE INFO
Skills required: cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, stranded colourwork, reading a chart, kitchener stitch. Colourwork charts are provided. 4 page PDF pattern.

HOW TO BUY
Available through Ravelry (no account needed), payment by Paypal.
Midlothian Mittens Ravelry page

Buy the Midlothian Mittens pattern ONLY for $5 CAD

Buy The Map Collection for $18 CAD

Midlothian Mittens

3 Responses to “Midlothian Mittens”

  1. Zeddie

    Back in the fall, you had shown a cardigan pattern you were designing with lapels and collar that had a bow/tie at the back. Will that pattern be available for sale at any time?

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