Winesap Mitts

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With a slipped stitch texture that celebrates the variegation of your favorite hand-dyed yarns, the Winesap Mitts are a quick and unique knit! The arm is shaped with an eye-catching ribbed detail to enhance the fit and each mitt features four petite buttons.

The pattern includes three different sizes, perfect to fit every recipient on your knitting list. The Adult Small size is shown here.

To Fit:
Child (Adult Small, Adult Large)
Hand circumference of approx: 6¼ (7½, 8½)” / 15.75 [19, 21.5] cm

Finished Measurements:
Hand Circumference: 4¾ (6¼, 7½)” / 14 [15.75, 19] cm
Upper Arm Circumference, Buttoned: 6½ (7¾, 9¼)” / 16.5 [19.5, 23.5] cm
Length: 9 (10, 11)” / 22.75 [25.5, 28] cm

Yarn:
Fingering-weight yarn at approx. 400 yds [366 m] per 115 g [4.0 oz]: 275 (305, 350) yds / 251.5 [279, 320] m

Shown in Skeinny Dipping Cannonball Sock (80% merino, 20% nylon; 400 yds [366 m] per 115 g [4.0 oz]): “Evolution of the Maple,” 1 skein.

Needles:
US 2 (2.75 mm) needles and four DPNs, or size needed to obtain gauge

Notions:
Two stitch markers; cable needle; tapestry needle; waste yarn; eight 7/16” [1mm] buttons; sewing thread and needle

Gauge:
41 stitches / 56 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Slip Stitch Pattern, blocked
40 stitches / 50 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Rib Pattern, blocked

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