Graph 53 - District Unknown
Latvian mittens were knit originally on needles varying in size from 0-0000 (2-1.25 mm, 13-16 English). The yarn was usually a fine 2-ply homespun similar to an 8/2 weaving yarn or as fine as a “fingering yarn”. The pattern asks that you find your own gauge with your own needles and yarn and then adjust the graph based on a sizing chart at the back of the book.
Votter og pannebånd i klassisk mønsterstrikk
Varme ullvotter og pannebånd strikket i Daletta, vottene er laget etter en gammel utslitt vott. Starter du nå så har du de ferdige til...
Helianthus Mittenus pattern by Pamela Schwab
Knit in the round with fingering weight yarn, these stranded colorwork mittens incorporate elements from traditional folk mitten designs, including knitted braids along the cuff, thumb gusset on the palm, and a pointed top. The mitten body and cuff feature a two-color sunflower motif, with a smaller scale geometric pattern on the palm. The pattern is written for size women’s small - medium and includes charts for the cuff, mitten body, and thumb. The pattern includes written instructions and…
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Klassiske votter og pannebånd med tradisjonsmønster i rødt og hvitt