KNIT PATTERN - Mardi Gras Fingerless Mittens

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No fair isle knitting here! I designed this tri-color fingerless mitten pattern by knitting only one color at a time. Detailed written instructions are given. My gauge is about 5 sts per inch using size US7 needles, which creates mittens that fit a women's medium to large hand. Choose a smaller needle size to make smaller mittens.

Techniques used include knitting in-the-round, K, P, K in the front & back loops to increase, K2tog, and slipped stitches. You are welcome to sell the finished product that you make using my pattern.

I chose contrasting purple, yellow, and green yarns (Mardi Gras colors), but using 3 shades of the same color or a single variegated yarn with a color-coordinated ribbing would also create lovely mittens. Here are some yarn recommendations from my shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AlpacaYarnShop?section_id=6300417
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AlpacaYarnShop?section_id=6303046

This pattern is my original design and is protected by US Copyright law. The pattern instructions and/or photos may not be copied, reproduced, sold, or distributed in any form without my express written permission.

Thank you for visiting The Alpaca Yarn Shop!
No fair isle knitting here! I designed this tri-color fingerless mitten pattern by knitting only one color at a time. Detailed written instructions are given. My gauge is about 5 sts per inch using size US7 needles, which creates mittens that fit a women's medium to large hand. Choose a smaller needle size to make smaller mittens.

Techniques used include knitting in-the-round, K, P, K in the front & back loops to increase, K2tog, and slipped stitches. You are welcome to sell the finished product that you make using my pattern.

I chose contrasting purple, yellow, and green yarns (Mardi Gras colors), but using 3 shades of the same color or a single variegated yarn with a color-coordinated ribbing would also create lovely mittens. Here are some yarn recommendations from my shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AlpacaYarnShop?section_id=6300417
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AlpacaYarnShop?section_id=6303046

This pattern is my original design and is protected by US Copyright law. The pattern instructions and/or photos may not be copied, reproduced, sold, or distributed in any form without my express written permission.

Thank you for visiting The Alpaca Yarn Shop!

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