My Zoe mittens are knit in-the-round from the wrist up. The stitches for the thumb are first put on hold and then worked in-the-round at the end. Like the Zoe shawl and beanie, the Zoe mittens are meant to be fun and didactic including various patterns and stitches. Easy and quick to knit, they allow you to use up your yarn leftovers and play with colors as you wish.
SKILLS LEVEL: Intermediate
ONE SIZE only (adjustable in length)
My objective was to use yarn leftovers so I chose a DK weight yarn knit together with some color matching Kid Silk yarn and I mixed the colors to add some fun. You can use any yarn as long as your gauge is similar to mine
Yarn 1 : Rowan – Alpaca Soft DK (Colors: Trench Coat, Blossom, Off White)
Composition : 70% wool, 30% alpaca (50g = 125m)
Yarn 2 : Drops – Kid Silk (colors 01, 03, 12)
Composition : 75% mohair, 25% silk (25gr = 200m)
Meterage : approx. 160m (60 gr of DK and 20 gr of Kid Silk knit together)
3mm circular needles
4 stitch markers, 1 short cable or leftover yarn to put the thumb stitches on hold, scissors, tapestry needle
GAUGE (10cm x 10cm)
Knit with both yarns held together in stockinette stitch on 3mm needles : 28 st x 40 rows
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