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New Pattern: Surf’s Up Fingerless Mitts

Just in time for the Yarnover Truck Launch party this Saturday:  the Surf’s Up Fingerless Mitts!

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Yes, that’s me in a rash guard. Come on, after the Madrona Talent Show, you guys aren’t surprised by anything I do, right?

Anyhow, the mitts.  Adorable, super fast to work up, with all the little details I like to include:  comfortable, anatomically correct, offset thumb gussets; mirrored images; workable floats; lifted increases for the gussets; and more.

They feature surfboards on the palm and back of the hand,  palm trees on the thumb gussets, and waves on the top & bottom borders.  Of course the surfboard and palm tree stitch patterns  are original.

Check out all the extra pics on Ravelry.

Here’s the pertinent pattern data:

One Size
Finished Measurements

Fits up to 8in / 20.5cm palm circumference

Actual palm circumference above thumb: 73/4in / 19.5cm

Total Length: 61/4in / 16.5cm

Yarn

MC: Baah! Yarns La Jolla, 100% Merino, 400yd/ 100gm, 1 ball, Pink Flamingo

CC: Baah! Yarns La Jolla, 100% Merino, 400yd/ 100gm, 1 ball, Yarn Truck

My mitts weigh 1.7oz/48g for the pair.

Needles

US 2/ 2.75mm needles, or size to obtain gauge.
US 11/2/ 2.5mm needles

Gauge

30 sts & 50 rounds = 4in/ 10cm in stranded Stockinette stitch on US2 needles

30 sts & 50 rounds = 4in/ 10cm in Garter st on US1.5 needles. See pattern notes regarding gauge.

Notions

(3) stitch markers, one unique for beginning of round; yarn needle; waste yarn

Skills Required

Stranded knitting, knitting in the round, reading charts

Come to the Launch Party March 23rd 2013 & see them in person!

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3 comments… add one

  • Luise March 21, 2013, 11:54 am

    These look fabulous, Stephannie! Congratulations on another fantastic design.
    Luise

    • StephCat March 21, 2013, 12:01 pm

      Thanks! It was one of those designs that just came together easily. Wish they were all like that!

  • Anne March 22, 2013, 4:50 am

    LOVE these, Steph! Great color combo and a fun colorwork pattern. (You look great too, BTW.)

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