Collingham Mitts knitting pattern: Printed Pattern

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Collingham Mitts knitting pattern: Printed Pattern

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Collingham Mitts by Victoria Magnus: These elbow length fingerless mitts are the perfect antidote for cold arms. They’re great for wearing with short-sleeved tops when the weather turns, and work just as well under long-sleeved tops/jackets. Wear them fully stretched or cosily squooshed around the wrists; they work just as well either way. They can also easily be made in one colour - they require approximately 60g of yarn in total.

Eden Cottage Yarns (Milburn 4ply) (4ply/fingering; 85% (British Bluefaced Leicester wool); 200m / 218yds per 50g ball)
Shades (in the order in which they are used in the sample shown)
Steel; 1 x 50g ball
Estuary; 1 x 50g ball
Rain; 1 x 50g ball
Natural; 1 x 50g ball
Tea Rose; 1 x 50g ball
Bramble; 1 x 50g ball
Wicker; 1 x 50g ball
Thyme; 1 x 50g ball
Black Tulip; 1 x 50g ball

Needles and Accessories
One set of 2.5mm / US 1.5 double pointed needles (or the size needed to obtain the correct gauge).
Note: these are worked in the round; use whichever method you prefer for this
Two stitch markers for thumb gusset, one additional to mark beginning of round if required;
waste yarn;
tapestry needle;

One size
Finished circumference at hand cuff: 15.5cm / 6.25 in
Finished circumference at elbow cuff: 18.5cm/7.25 in
Length: 35cm / 13.75 in
The mitts should fit with approximately 10cm/4 in negative ease on the circumference.
Size could be adapted by casting on more or fewer stitches.

35 sts and 41 rows to 10cm (4in) over stocking stitch in the round on 2.5mm (US 1.5) needles after blocking