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These cheerful mitts will carry you through chilly spring days and bring a smile to your face. Pattern includes two charted options for the tulips to mix and match, and features an anfterthought thumb.

Skill Level: Intermediate. Techniques used include stranded colorwork, Alternate Cable Cast On (optional), Tubular Bind Off (optional).

Sizes: Adult S/M, Adult L.

Finished Circumference: approx. 7 ¾ (8 ¾) in [18 (22.5)cm].

Finished Length: 5 ¾ (6 ½) in [14.5 (16.5)cm].

Yarn: Approximately 297 (379) yds [272 (347) m] fingering weight yarn: 130 (165) yds [119 (151)m] MC, 20 (26) yds [18 (24)m] CC1, and 10 (13) yds [9 (12)m] CC2.

Shown in Knit Picks Gloss Fingering [70% Merino wool/30% silk, 220 yd/201m per 1.76 oz/50g skein]; Clover (discontinued- MC), and Cranberry (CC2); and Knitpicks Bare Gloss Fingering [70% Merino wool/30% silk, 440 yd/402m per 3.4 oz/100g skein] (CC1).

Needles: US #2 [2.75mm] dpns or 32 in [80cm] circular (for magic loop); or size needed to obtain gauge.
Notions: stitch marker, tapestry needle, about 8 in [20 cm] waste yarn for each thumb.

Notes: Mitts are worked in the round from the cuff with an afterthought (forethought) thumb. Thumb stitches are worked in waste yarn and unraveled later to complete the thumbs. You may use either or both Tulip Charts, but note that if you mix the two charts as in the sample there will be one three-color row. The third color may optionally be worked later by duplicate stitch.

This pattern is an excellent stash buster. Note that one of the colors used in the sample is discontinued; Knitpicks Palette or any fingering weight wool yarn could be easily substituted.

Photography ©Kerry Bullock-Ozkan. Tech editing by Heather Storta.
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