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Static Mittens - Knitting Pattern

Static Mittens - Knitting Pattern

  • Alternating colours every stitch, the Static Mittens use both sides of the fabric to create a striped illusion pattern. Knitted using the stranded colourwork technique, the mittens are knitted flat and seamed down one side due to the way the yarns are twisted.


    With step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions this pattern uses the following techniques: Long tail cast on, knit, purl, increasing, decreasing, stranded colourwork, picking stitches up and invisible seaming. 

    Skill Level: Intermediate


    Size: One Size:

    Length from wrist cuff to fingertips = 28cm/11''

    Circumference around fingers = 20cm/8'' 

    Circumference around wrist = 17cm/7'' flat and up to 27cm/10.5'' stretched


    Yarn: Any DK weight yarn in 2 colours, you need approx 50g/120m per colour. We have used: 


    1 skein of Lang Yarns Merino 120 in colour 0380  - 100% Merino Wool. (120m/131yds per 50g skein.)


    1 skein of Laxtons Sheepsoft DK in Airedale  - 100% British wool. (220m/240yds per 100g skein.)


    Suggested Needle Size:  4mm/US 6 knitting needles


    Language: English


    Order Info: This is a digital pdf download.