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These mittens are knit in the round from the bottom up. The body of the mitten and thumb gusset are knit as one, with thumb stitches left on scrap yarn. Thumb stitches are then picked up and knit after the body of the mitten is finished. After the outer shell is knit, stitches are picked up from the inside edge of the I-cord cast-on and the lining is knit.

Use any plied wool yarn you can knit to the required gauge for the outer mittens. (We liked a lighter color for the MC and a darker version for the CC because it looks like dark shapes at night.) Fine luxury yarns that make great mitten linings seem to come and go. If you can’t find the required lining yarn, feel free to substitute any lace or fingering weight yarn that will be a treat for your hands. I like alpaca, mohair, and cashmere and blends.

Independent Designer
Adrian Bizilia
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Swiss darning is used to accentuate the eyes of the mouse, owl, and tree.
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