Fingerless mitts are such a great, quick knit! Totally wearable and even good when the weather is just a bit cool. Take ’em off when you get warm. And if you need more coverage, put a pair of thin mittens underneath.
Get chilly in the office? Mitts are your friend. Keep your wrists warm and you feel warmer.
These mitts take just a portion of those big skeins of Neighborhood Fiber Co Studio Worsted. Make a pair for you and a friend.
Note: the cable is inspired by Susan Pierce Lawrence’s City Creek Cowl. Look for us to post that pattern later this week…
Neighborhood Fiber Co Studio Worsted (100% merino; 400 yards [366 meters]/226 grams): Rock Creek Park, 1 hank
US#6 (4 mm): circulars
5.5 sts and 7 rows = 1” in St st.
Marker, tapestry needle
Begin Top Ribbing
Transfer held sts from gusset to the needle. Attach yarn and, working in the rnd, work 4 rnds of knit. BO.
Weave in all ends.
About the Designer: Jody Richards
Jody’s never met a cable she didn’t adore. While she likes all things knitting (well ok, except stranded knitting), cables are her first love. Big chunky one on a warm scarf or small, elegant ones on a cowl.
And don’t get her talking about hand-dyed yarns. You’ve been warned.