No idea how the weater is in your neck of the world, but over here it's almost too hot to knit. Small and quick things are what I like to work on best when we have such fab summer weather, so my latest pattern fits the bill perfectly: Bay Mitts.
The mitts are worked in the round from the cuff up and they feature vertical lines of twisted ribbing that converge with horizontal rows of garter stitch, resulting in a purposely skewed look because of the different row gauges.
The sample was knitted in oh-so-soft Malabrigo Yarn Sock in Cirrus Gray.
Bay Mitts are a quick, yet interesting to knit unisex pattern for cooler days in autumn, which unfortunately all to soon will be around again. The pattern is included in the latest issue of Knitscene, Fall 2019, available now in print or as download from the Intereweave website, here.