The mittens are knitted from the cuff and are available in three sizes. Optional thumbs can be included. The pattern is only worked in two shades at any one time. Colour details on the beak and feet are added to one Puffin motif on the back of each hand using duplicate stitch once the knitting is complete.
Lundy Island in the UK is home to a large population of these birds, and the name Lundy is said to come from the Old Norse Lundey, translated as Puffin (Lund) Island (-ey).
Also available as part of the Puffinries pattern bundle, along with the Lundey Tam and Mittens. See here for details.
200-250 yds / 180 - 230 m fingering weight / 4 ply yarn. Sample uses Jamieson & Smith 2 Ply Jumper Weight in the following shades:
MC - 77, Black (1, 2, 2 balls)
CC1 - 18, Bright Blue (less than 15 yds / 13 m )
CC2 - 1403, Bright Red (less than 15 yds / 13 m)
CC3 - 125, Burnt Orange (less than 15 yds / 13 m)
CC4 - 1, White (1 ball)
2.75 mm / US 2 DPNs or circular needle suitable for magic loop
Optional Waste yarn if including thumbs
S(M, L); to fit hand dam. 6 (7, 8) “ / 15 (18, 21) cm. Sizes can be modified by increasing / decreasing cast on by multiples of 12 stitches. Please note that additional yarn may be required.
32 sts x 40 rows = 4 “ / 10 cm in Stocking stitch