The gorgeous Ermintrude Mitts pattern has beeen donated to p/hop by the generous and talented designer Helena Callum.
These fingerless mitts with a patterned thumb, long decorative cuff and plain hand are a great way to use up left over DK yarn.
They are made using slip stitch so only one colour is worked in each round, making them simple to knit yet great for wowing your non-knitting friends with your amazing knitting skills.
The mitts have a peasant thumb and are worked, in the round, from cuff to fingers.
They provide just enough warmth and add a cheerful splash of colour to an outfit.
All patterns have been generously donated to the project by MSF supporters and are available for your knitting pleasure. In return, we ask that you make a donation to p/hop based on the hours of enjoyment you will get from knitting these patterns.
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To download the Ermintrude Mitts pattern click here!
You can read about Helena’s inspiration for her pattern here.
Knitting from stash?
Approximate yardage DK weight yarn: 115 (135) m / 125 (145) yds of A, and up to 55 (55) m /60 (60) yds each of B, C and D.
Set of 3 mm (US 2.5) double pointed needles or circular needle