I finished this a while ago but just now got around to putting up the pictures.
I got through 12″ of this pattern, which is about half of a neck warmer so I am going to have to go buy more yarn…oh shucks another trip to the yarn store 😉
So I made these great mittens and I wanted to make a neck warmer to go along with them. The yarn that I had left over was perfect and should be the right amount.
I found this great stitch a long time ago call the cross stitch. A lady had made some beautiful wash cloths out of it. I had forgotten all about it until I got my “101 Designer One-skein Wonders” book. They have a lovely pattern for a cross stitch scarf. I decided to combine what I had learned from all these patterns and decided…
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Hybrid Mittens– PDF Link
This is a very simple mitten pattern knitted flat and seamed up the side. It is also available in the round.
Using a worsted wt. yarn and a size 8 needle.
CO 28 st. Work desired cuff length (I did 1 ½ in) in 1x ribbing (k1,p1)
Work mitten body:
- K11,Knit in front of stitch and in back of stitch (KFB),K4,KFB,K11 (30st)
- K12,KFB,K4,KFB,K12 (32st)
- K13,KFB,K4,KFB,K13 (34st)
- K14,KFB,K4,KFB,K14 (36st)
- Purl 21, place 6 purled st on holder (the ones that were just purled), purl rest of row
- K15,CO2,K15 (32st)
Continue in Stockinette st until stockinette section measures 4in.
- BO 16 st using a purl BO, P 16 (remaining 16 st)
- K 16, CO16
- P (all 32 st)
Continue to work in Stockinette st until desired length minus ½ in.
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Loved knitting this petal wrap