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Snowflake Mittens

Snowflake Mittens

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Published by Krista L Engelman
Knitting Pattern for Ravelry. These mittens are worked flat, seamed, and are stranded fair isle. This work uses four colors, is beginner friendly, takes very little yarn, and little time.
Knitting Pattern for Ravelry. These mittens are worked flat, seamed, and are stranded fair isle. This work uses four colors, is beginner friendly, takes very little yarn, and little time.

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: Krista L Engelman on Nov 15, 2012
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Snowflake Mittens
 
Simple mittens, knit flat and sewed together. Super-fast project!
by Lilz32 @ Ravelry.comCLICK! ] 
Ingredients
:
 1 pair size US 10.5 (6.5mm) knitting needles4 colors of aran or worsted weight 10ply yarn [
I used Lion Brand Vanna
’ 
s Choice, Hobby Lobby I Love This Cotton, and Lion Brand Baby 
’ 
s First 
]1 yarn needle
Abbreviations:
 sts
 – 
stitchesk
 – 
knitp
 – 
purlp2tog
 – 
purl two stitches togetherm1
 – 
make one stitch (by picking up the yarn in between stitches)mc
 – 
main colorac
 – 
alternate color
Notes:
Colors are alphabetical in the order they were used. (A B C D)I wrote this row-by-row, so it
s pretty straight forward. The colors change a lot.Be careful when working the chart, as the pattern is stranded/fair isle; you
ll wantto pay close attention to be sure you don
t knit the snowflake stitches too tightly;if you do, you won
t gain the proper width. I knotted and trimmed ends ratherthan weaving them in.
Size:
 These mittens came out to *about* 8
around and 7.5
long. They aren
t long atthe wrists, sitting just-so at the wrist, so if you want more of a cuff, purl morerows at the beginning of the pattern. For a tighter cuff, start with a couple lessstitches.
 
 
Cast on 28 stitches
purl rows 1-3 in color Aknit row 4 in color Bpurl row 5 in color Cknit row 6 in color Apurl row 7; M1 to 32 sts at end of row - Color Dknit row 8; k3, k2tog, k1, k2tog, k1, k2tog, k1, k2tog, k1, k2tog, k1, k2tog, k to end of row; 26 sts- Color Dpurl row 9; Color B/C alternate each stitchknit row 10; Color C/A alternate each stitch; C's should line up.purl row 11; Color B/C alternate each stitch; C's should line up.knit row 12 in color Dpurl row 13 in color Cknit row 14 in color D
 
 
Start CHART "A" p/k alternate through; MC is B, AC is C
**
you may work in either direction (top to bottom or bottom to top) with the chart 
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