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Elegant yet edgy… Victorian but still kinda punk…

Corseted Mitts are a stylish and versatile answer to the first chilly days of fall. Seamlessly knit in the round from worsted to aran weight yarn, they are finished and ready to wear before you know it. Pattern is simple enough for a beginner and offers two sizes to fit most any hands. Written and charted instructions are provided as well as detailed help with finishing.

::::::Delivery Format::::::
This listing is for the PDF version of this pattern which will be emailed to you within 24 hours of payment. To purchase a printed version of this pattern please convo me.

::::::Pattern Includes::::::

*Six pages of complete & clear instructions for mitts in two sizes to fit most any hands tween age and up.

*Written and charted instruction.

*Color photos.

*Extra help with details + finishing.

*Pattern support through email.

::::::Required Materials::::::
Yarn: Yardages listed are generous estimates. It's always better to err on the side of too much yarn rather than to little. When in doubt, buy the extra skein for insurance. In worsted to aran weight yarn you will need approximately 100 (110) yards.

Needles: Double pointed needles (or needles appropriate for your preferred method of small circumference circular knitting) in US sizes 6 for aSM/MD or 7 for a size MD/LG (or size required to obtain gauge).

Notions: 1 stitch marker, 8 buttons about ¾” in diameter, needle and thread for sewing on the buttons, ~ 60” of ~1/4” wide ribbon, leather, fabric or cord for lacing through the eyelets, Fray Check for sealing the ends of the ribbon, a darning needle for
weaving in ends.

::::::Techniques & Stitches Used::::::
• stretchy cast on method (a loose long tail cast
on is fine)
• use of stitch markers
• knitting in the round
• knit
• purl
• purl tbl
• increase (PFB)
• decrease (K2tog, SSK)
• yarnover
• yarnover backwards (instruction provided)
• bind off in pattern

::::::Terms & Licensing::::::
Pattern is © 2010 Carina Spencer / Sweet Mama – Small Sugar LLC and is not to be reprinted, reproduced, or distributed without permission from author. Cottage Industry Licensing is available for this pattern. If you are interested in becoming a licensed knitter please contact me for details. Items created from this pattern are not for sale for profit without a license. Items created from this pattern for craft swaps or trades ARE allowed. If you would like to use an item knit from this pattern for a fund raiser or charity event a limited free license may be available. Please contact me with your request.

Corseted Mitts (Knitting Pattern)