Designer : Rachel Brown Materials: Fingering to sport weight handspun; MC – 115 yds, 105 yds CC. Yarn Details: Mitts shown in (MC) “Naeroyfjord” hand-dyed Shetland from Porpoise Fur, 425 yds/4.9 oz, and (CC)...
by Lori Law The Wild West Volume 3 : Stranded Knitting pattern ebook by Stephannie Tallent 34 pages, 4 designs © 2014 Stephannie Tallent and Sunset Cat Designs This ebook is part of a...
by Rachel Brown Fjord Mitts – Spin the Yarn It’s that time of year when I start hunting around for any and all handknit accessories I can find. I live in a place that,...
Club Patterns are now available for you to knit! […]
A foehn (pronounced like ‘feign’) wind is a hot dry wind which comes abruptly over the lee side of the mountain, also known as a ‘snow-eater’. The most well-known version of foehn winds in North America are the Chinooks over the Rocky Mountains. Like these winds, the Foehn Mitts will keep you warm and toasty, knit in fair isle style, doubling the warmth.[…]
These mitts let you hold celtic cables in the palms of your hands. A single knot graces the outside edge of each hand; complete on its own or when paired with the other mitt. […]
The Meriel Mitts are a pair of simple, elegant fingerless mitts. Worked in the round from cuff to palm, they have an easy-to-memorize twisted cable pattern placed along the outside edge of the top of each mitt and a few racing stripes of twisted rib worked in place of traditional seams. […]
A textured diamond pattern graces the top of these mitts, named for Friedrich Mohs, inventor of the Mohs Mineral Scale, which of course, lists diamonds as the hardest mineral around. Diamonds are everyone’s friend with these mitts. […]
These easy-going unisex mitts are great for cool fall mornings when you want a little extra warmth for your hands. They are knit in the round and are a quick knit project, perfect for making several pairs for yourself or gifts. […]