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Half-Day Off Mitts

Sep 17, 2013
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Sara Lamb

Materials
Yarn: Tahki Cotton Classic Lite; 100% mercerized cotton yarn, DK weight, 146 yards (133.5 cm)/50 gram (1.75 oz) skein, 2 skeins of #4003 Linen; www.tahkistacycharles.com

Needles: Kollage Square, set of 4 or 5, double pointed, size 1 (2.25 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge; www.kollageyarns.com

Notions: Spare needle, stitch markers, tapestry needle, waste yarn, stitch holders (optional)


Finished Size: 6½ inches (16.5 cm) circumference and 7½ inches (19.0 cm) long for a woman’s medium hand; mitts are designed to be worn with negative ease to stretch the lace panel to best effect
Gauge: 30 sts and 40 rnds = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in St st (k every rnd); lace insertion measures about ¾ inch (2 cm)

 


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cowpants wrote
on Mar 23, 2014 4:51 AM

There is an error in the pattern. After the first 4 rows of the lace pattern, the pattern goes directly into the thumb gusset -- it does not indicate how long to make the cuff. It looks like 8 repeats of the lace (32 rows), then start the thumb gusset. If you want to make it longer or shorter, just do multiples of 4 rows so your thumb gusset starts with row 1 of the lace pattern.   =)

cowpants wrote
on Mar 23, 2014 4:44 AM

Hi Sewn2history, "linen" is the color of the yarn.  =)

cowpants wrote
on Mar 23, 2014 4:44 AM

Hi Sewn2history, "linen" is the color of the yarn.  =)

cowpants wrote
on Mar 23, 2014 4:44 AM

Hi Sewn2history, "linen" is the color of the yarn.  =)

Sewn2history wrote
on Jan 25, 2014 11:48 PM

I want to make these, but I need to ask, do you hold the cotton and linen yarns together?  I assume that you do, but wanted to be sure. I could not find the information in the pattern. 

 

Thanks!

Sewn2history wrote
on Jan 25, 2014 11:48 PM

I want to make these, but I need to ask do you hold the cotton and linen yarns together?  I assume that you do, but wanted to be sure. I could not find the information in the pattern. 

 

Thanks!

TheG wrote
on Oct 16, 2013 4:00 PM