Who’d have thought, mohair mitts? But they are dreamily cosy and so soft too! These are ideal for the colder days as autumn transitions into winter with keys to hold and coffee to buy. Chunky yarn and fingers-free is the way to go until the coldest days, when you can slip a pair of gloves underneath for a second layer, and still appreciate the work you’ve put into this snuggly pair of mitts.
Included in this product you will find the pattern:
Mohair Cable Mitts, one size- adult
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This listing is for the pattern only, not the finished items.
Each pattern is presented in English with instructions suitable, whether you live in the US or UK.
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Chunky cable fingerless mitts, in single size, adult
Who is this for?
This pattern is ideal for an intermediate cable knitter. It’s a small project (with great results!) and is perfect for getting used to cabling abbreviations more frequently in a pattern they are a good learning tool You will only use the beginner terms from cabling: C4F and C4B.
Why do you need it?
Adding shaping to your cabling skills is perfect for then attempting larger cabled items. (and who wouldn’t want these mitts anyway?!)
Why buy from me?
I teach knitting and understand that knitting skills need to be taught and practiced within niches so they can become easier and more automatic.
You can guarantee that when I give these a title and focus on a skillset and knowledge level you will not be asked to reach any further than the Meets Expectations grade in your OWLS knitting exams at Hogwarts!
This pattern is for beginner cable knitters. Secret knitting jargon is included, but only when absolutely necessary!
And full, written, abbreviation support is given with the pattern.
Pairs of single pointed knitting needles, sizes 5.5mm & 6.5mm.
100g chunky mohair yarn (shown in photos is John Lewis & Partners Mohair Yarn, Chunky)
Also needed are a pair of scissors, measuring tape and knitter’s sewing needle or tapestry needle.
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I designed this pattern, it is copyrighted:
©2018 Knit With Hannah.
They are intended for your own personal use, not for commercial sales.
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What if I can’t knit these items?
If you are struggling to knit the items please refer to the video support that is available for free, here on my blog.
I also offer step-by-step guided video support for beginner knitters in some of my courses. These are being updated currently and will be available to purchase shortly.
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