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This is one of my favorite designs. Yes, I know. It’s just fingerless mitts. It’s just that the stitch pattern was so fun and quick! I finished three sets in one day!
I tested these mitts with different features. The first ones I made had a back loop single crochet ribbing, shown here in red.
Next, I was curious about doing the ribbing with knitting needles. You could get this same effect with back loop slip stitch ribbing.
Lastly, I wanted to see what would happen with this gorgeous fingering weight Lucy Neatby sock yarn.
Interestingly, the mitt didn’t change in size very much when using the same size hook. It’s a little bit smaller, but the change isn’t huge. It’s just thinner because of the difference between fingering and light worsted. I was thrilled and, as it turns out, this one is my favorite of all of them.
The pattern includes right- and left-handed videos to learn the stitches as well as written text. A symbol chart is also included to illustrate the body of the mitt. You don’t see that very often in this type of design, so it’s fun to include it to help you learn a new way of reading patterns by following along with text and chart together.
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