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Sgaradh – Separation

Twisted Rib fingerless mitts with a cable up the centre of the back of the wrist and splitting to either side of the handAlthough I’m currently sitting here in the sunshine, Storm Ali yesterday suddenly made winter seem awfully close and I’m really glad I have my new mitts ready to wear! Meaning separation in Scottish Gaelic, the cable makes me think of a river which has split to go around an obstacle and diverges off to opposite sides of the glove. I bought the yarn for this pattern (Eden Cottage Yarns Hayton 4 ply) at Edinburgh Yarn Fest and I’ve been looking forward to making it into mitts as soon as I bought it. 

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