Quince & Co Intaglio Mittens - PDF
Emily’s mitts strike a lovely balance between design and texture. We love how the simple garter rib adds stretch and warmth, making it an ideal handknit gift. Worked with our light yet sturdy fingering weight Finch, these mitts knit up surprisingly quickly and are a joy to make. Instructions for mittens or fingerless mitts are included, in two sizes, which makes it easy to knit Intaglio for all of your most knitworthy nearest and dearest.
Both styles: 6½ (8½)" [16.5 (21.5) cm] palm circumference
Fingerless mitts: 7¼ (8)" [18.5 (20.5) cm] length
Mittens: 9½ (10¾)" [24 (27.5) cm] length
Cover photo shown in Mittens 9½" [24 cm] length, color Clay 113 / Suggested ease: negative 0–1½" [0–4 cm] at palm
Fingerless mitts / 1 skein* Honey 123 or Kumlien's Gull 152
*Note that larger size will require nearly the entire skein for one pair of fingerless mitts; you may wish to purchase an extra skein for swatching.
Mittens / 1 (2) skein(s)* Clay 113 or Malbec 145
*Note that smaller size will require nearly the entire skein for one pair of mittens; you may wish to purchase an extra skein for swatching.
32" [80 cm] circular needles in size US 2 [2.75mm] (if using magic loop) OR set dpns in size US 2 [2.75mm]
29½ sts and 46 rnds = 4" [10 cm] in garter ribbing, after blocking
Mitts are worked in the round from the bottom up. Instructions for mittens or fingerless mitts included. Length may be adjusted to suit your preferences.
This pattern is a PDF and will be available for download at checkout