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Cecily Glowik MacDonald

for Classic Elite Yarns   2010

Princess Mitts
WORLD EXCLUSIVE

These are the delicious fingerless mitts from the back cover of the Vogue Knitting Early Fall 2010 issue. In one of the photographs they're shown with a natural companion, the Princess Muff. This is an exceptional design, graceful and distinctive without being hard to work. The look is cabled, but it's achieved through k2tog's and ssk's, not cabling at all. They're knit with a single strand over an 8-stitch, 16-round pattern that's both charted and written out; easy instructions are given for the placement of the right or left thumb gussets.

Pattern Detail

  • stitch pattern charted
  • no schematics
  • no sewing
  • all season
  • circular
  • one size fits average woman
  • digital PDF has 1 page (letter size)
  • intermediate
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 4.0 mm
    • US 6
    • 22.0 over pattern
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
Princessmitts2 Princessmitts3 Princessmitts1 Princessduo Cey_princessmitts.pdf-1data

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AmandaH

Tuesday, June 08 2010, 21:32

Hi! As the test knitter for this pattern, I can tell you that the palm was not extra gappy on me, and I don't have an enormous hand. :) I am guessing that perhaps the model had very delicate hands? I can also say that the yarn is DELICIOUS, and I enjoyed the pattern!



featherknits

Tuesday, June 08 2010, 18:02

Very lovely, but why the gaping palm?
Usually fingerless mitts and gloves are fitted rather snugly.



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