So another pattern previously published in a magazine got a brush-up - and for once I started to work on it because I already had lovely pictures of the item taken. Usually the photography bit is what delays re-releases forever. Not this time, because I took the Bay Mitts with us on holidays the other day. And I really think I found the right setting for them.
The mitts, knit in fingering weight yarn, 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.
These mitts are worked in the round from the cuff up, the thumb gusset is 'hidden' in the garter stitch section. The design is unhanded, i.e. both mitts are worked the same.
The pattern includes three sizes to fit a hand circumference of approximately 14.75 (17.25, 20) cm [6 (6.75, 7.75)”]. Hand length along pinky side of hand is 16 (17.75, 19.75) cm [6.25 (7, 7.75)”]
Bay Mitts is now available from my pattern store one Ravelry, here.
PS Looking at the pictures makes me want to go on a trip to the sea right away...