Stacey of Busting Stitches is the designer and pattern writer for these lovely mittens. Several really terrific mitten patterns were designed during the Charity Mitten Drive last year.
The stitch pattern here is what immediately caught my eye. I thought at first that this was a side-to-side project.
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It turns out that you start at the top and work your way down. Make the thumb first and set it aside. Then, you’ll start at the top of the main body of the mitten and when you get to the thumb position, you’ll work around both pieces and continue until you get to the wrist.
Once at the wrist, you’ll making some post stitch ribbing. Make another one and you’re all set!
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