Ember is the latest pattern donated to p/hop by Louise Zass-Bangham of Inspiration Knits. The pattern was originally published in Knit Now magazine, and once the rights reverted back to Louise, she generously decided to donate the pattern to p/hop to raise more funds for the work of MSF.
Ember is a simple design for snuggly fingerless mitts, and if you’ve seen the weather forecast here in the UK, I’d suggest casting on right away! They are perfect for keeping your hands and wrists warm while still allowing you the freedom to keep your fingers free (perhaps to wrap around a mug of hot chocolate?)
The Ember mitts are worked in a single 225m skein DK weight yarn, and two sizes are given to fit most adults. It’s a perfect first project if you’re new to cables, and the mitts are worked flat with only one true cable and easy eyelet-rib. The seam is hidden and decorative eyelet-rib borders the thumbhole. Whether you prefer charts or written instructions, this pattern has it covered, with both included.
Keep yourself toasty warm and download the Ember pattern here.