Long mitts make the chilliest days okay. Starting at the bottom and working up by way of a glorious cable, the ribbing continues at the top to form a foldover cuff. Instead of a traditional thumb gusset increases are worked in a single column on the palm, creating an elegant curve and allowing the cable pattern to flow smoothly from cuff to thumb.
Inglis was originally published in Wool Tribe, the 2016 Edinburgh Yarn Festival Companion
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Sport weight yarn with good stitch definition and nice drape.
40 sts and 34 rnds = 4” / 10cm in 2x2 rib measured without stretching.
US 4 / 3.5mm dpns or circulars for your preferred method of knitting small circumferences in the rnd.
small[large] Finished length: 11½” / 29cm with ribbing unfolded Finished circumference: 6½” / 16cm [7” / 18cm] at narrowest part of wrist without stretching
Starting at the bottom edge and working up by way of a glorious cable, the ribbing continues at the top to form a foldover cuff. With typical attention to detail, there’s even a tiny cable on the thumb.
29cm/11.5" in length (with top cuff unfolded); 16cm/6.5" [18cm/7"] in circumference at narrowest part of wrist (unstretched)
40 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches in 2x2 rib (unstretched)
Sport weight wool
Shown in Blend No.1
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
US 4 - 3.5 mm
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