Spring Rainstorm Fingerless Mitts




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As a lover of both the outdoors and gardening, I spend quite a few hours outside in the spring and fall, pruning plants or doing other farm work. During these times I find fingerless mitts to be the perfect accessory, not too hot and not too cold. With these seasons in mind, I have designed the Rainstorm Fingerless Mitts.

Slip stitches, combined with a simple knit/purl repeat give this mitt texture and movement, while still keeping it simple enough for those who have never used two colors in a project before. Although the pattern is written for two strands of fingering weight yarn held double,  the gauge can also be achieved by using a single strand of DK weight yarn. Plus, as an added bonus, the quantity of yarn needed is quite small, offering a great opportunity to use up scraps or leftovers.

The pattern comes in three sizes (S, M, L) and fits hands that are 6, 7, or 8 inches in circumference.  Depending on the size knit, the pattern uses 35-45 grams of fingering weight yarn for the main color and 20-40 grams of fingering weight yarn for the contrast color.


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