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Mittens don't need ribbing to stay on your hands - Enchained Mitts use the knitter's equivalent of a chain belt to decoratively cinch the wrist. 

Mittens are worked in a worsted weight yarn - a great chance to use a variegated colourway - and then embellished with a bit of i-cord in a contrast fingering weight. The chain cording is a bit fiddly to work (it's attached to the mitt as you go) but the finished item is worth it. Using the shortest double-pointed needles to work the i-cord (4"/10cm) is strongly recommended. 

If you have lots of sock yarn/fingering weight on hand, try holding two strands together as an equivalent to worsted weight for the mittens. 

Language
English
Brand
Independent Designer
Designer
Lynne Sosnowski
Craft
Knitting
Format
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level
Advanced
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Pages
7
Notes
Sm amt of waste yarn is needed to work provisional cast-on.
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