Whip up a pair of fingerless mitts, some full-on mittens, or a cowl. Each pattern takes less than 150 yards of worsted-weight yarn, so any of the three is a quick project. Together, they’re a perfect set.
Finished Measurements: Mitts/Mittens: Regular (Large) – 3.5” (4”) across hand (measured above base of thumb but below knuckles). Length varies. Cowl: 20” circumference; 8” tall.
Yarn: Mitts/Mittens: approximately 125-150 yards heavy worsted-weight yarn. I used Malabrigo Worsted, colorway Garnet for fingerless mitts and Blue Moon Fiber Arts Luscious Single Silk, colorway Mossay for full mittens. Cowl: approximately 150 yards heavy worsted-weight yarn. I used Malabrigo Worsted, colorway VAA.
Needles: Mitts/Mittens: US7/4.5mm needle for small circumference knitting, or size needed to get gauge. Cowl: 150 yards heavy worsted-weight yarn. I used Malabrigo Worsted, colorway VAA.
Notions: stitch markers, tapestry needle.
Gauge: Mitts/Mittens: 20 sts = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch, measured after blocking. Cowl: 16 sts = 4”/10cm in stockinette stitch, measured after blocking.