Knitting pattern for Log Cabin mittens (Advent 2018).
To all of us who think the worst thing about knitting mittens is to knit the thumbs in the end: Here we bring the ultimate solution: We start with them instead! When the thumbs are knitted, we build the mittens using the log-cabin pattern, which is fun, simple and incredibly good to swallow leftover yarn and time, in perfect harmony. You can try them on along the way and easily make them, so they fit exactly to your own hand. We knit the mittens in our own sustainable merino wool, Önling No 2. See the kit in related products below.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Width: 10 cm / 4 inches Length: 22.5 cm / 8¾ inches
Materials 3 colors Önling No 2, 100% Supersoft merino wool, 120 m pr. 25 g
Color A: Oliven (106), ca. 5 g Color B: Støvet rosa (Warm gray, 104), ca. 5 g Color C: Mørkegrå (Grigrio 3, 3565), ca. 5 g
Recommended circular needle size 3 / US 2½, 100 cm / 39⅓ inches long, and an extra needle to use for knitting together, alternatively 5 long double pointed needles, size 3 / US 2½
1 stitch marker
Perhaps a few stitch holders
Gauge 26 sts and 26 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches in garter ridges on needle size 3 / US 2½