I’m excited to announce that my Wayfinder Mitts knitting pattern is now available as a Ravelry download. Worked in Madelinetosh DK, each Wayfinder Mitt is cast on at the bottom edge and knit in the round. The top and bottom cuffs are worked in 2×2 rib, which stretches nicely to fit the wearer. The directional cables flow out of the ribbed cuff and are mirrored on the back of each hand. Thumb gussets are created by increases placed at the side of each mitt; after increasing, thumb stitches are placed on waste yarn and later picked up and worked in the round. Instructions are provided as both charted and written.
DK weight wool yarn – approximately 115 yards/106 meters
Sample shown in Madelinetosh Tosh DK (100% superwash merino wool; 225 yards/206 meters/100 g) in the Antique Lace colorway on hands measuring 7.5″/19 cm in circumference.
US 6/4.0 mm (or size needed to obtain gauge) dpns, two circulars, or long circular for magic loop
3 Stitch markers
Tapestry needle for weaving ends
22 sts by 30 rounds = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch
8”/20.5 cm long by 7”/17.75 cm in circumference (unstretched) to fit hands measuring 6.5″/16.5 cm to 8″/20.25 cm in circumference.
Spectacular. How easily do you think the pattern would adapt to straight needles? I’m hopeless in the round.
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