design process, yarn

Noro Mittens

Photography​© Rose Callahan © 2012 Sixth&Spring Books/Knitting Fever, Inc

 

I’m so excited to finally be able to share with you one of my new designs. These entrelac mittens are included in a new Vogue Knitting publication called Knit Noro: Accessories that was released last week.

 

Photography​© Rose Callahan © 2012 Sixth&Spring Books/Knitting Fever, Inc

 

I’m so pleased with how these mittens turned out. As you can see, they are comprised of giant entrelac blocks of colour. The thumb and gusset grow naturally out of the centre of one of the diamonds. There are only eight entrelac diamond shapes and two triangles in one mitten. They knit up in no time.

Photography​© Rose Callahan © 2012 Sixth&Spring Books/Knitting Fever, Inc

 

The Kureyon is always a pleasure to knit with as each colour slowly evolves into another colour. It’s hard to put the needles down. Be sure to soak your mittens before blocking them. The yarn blooms and softens and is ever so much more beautiful.

Pattern: Entrelac Mittens
Publication: Knit Noro: Accessories: 30 Colorful Little Knits
Publisher: Sixth&Spring
Yarn: Noro Kureyon (colourway 256)

 

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