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Ravelry: Flip Flopsy pattern by Barbara Gregory

Flip Flopsy pattern by Barbara Gregory

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End of May Mittens pattern by Mandy Powers

blossom mittens - I have the pdf in my email

Plum Blossom Mittens pattern by Kirsten Hipsky

A big gauge turns a Fair Isle motif into a bold, fun statement. In Japan, plum blossoms are a sign that spring is just around the corner. The close-fitting Plum Blossom Mittens will keep you warm and cheery until the thaw.

Totoro hat

A Norwegian-style hat with colorwork featuring Totoros, soot sprites, and acorns from My Neighbor Totoro.

These fingerless mitts feature a nature-inspired design, complemented by an intricate border and crisp ribbing. A wide figurative panel on the back of each mitt wraps around to meet a narrower panel along the palm side of the mitt. This pattern is recommended for knitters who have experience with stranded colorwork, reading from charts, and knitting in the round. The mitts pictured were created with Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light (Jasper and Antler colorways).

Mayfield Mitts pattern by Erica Heusser

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Ardour pattern by Sarah H Arnold

Free pattern ♥ 5000 FREE patterns to knit ♥: http://www.pinterest.com/DUTCHKNITTY/share-the-best-free-patterns-to-knit/

Akay is a mitten knitted in latvian style with a corrugated ribbing and two latvian braids. Only two colours are used in one row.

This pattern is for a comfy hat with four friendly octopuses swimming above the band. Colorwork is charted. It is worked in two colors in the round, shaped with decreases around the crown. Any worsted weight yarn will work well. The band of the hat is double-thick ribbing for extra warmth, and extra stretch. An optional tassel or pom-pom gives this hat an added touch of playfulness, just in case the critters aren’t enough! Yardage is enough for a hat and matching mitts - perhaps some…

Classic Octopus Hat pattern by Molly Kent

Ravelry: Gurli (mittens and halfmittens) pattern by JennyPenny

Gurli (mittens and halfmittens) pattern by JennyPenny

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