Airy Mitts

Last time I introduced you to Talamh and my Elemental mitts series. Today it’s the turn of the second pattern – Adhar or Air! When I started working on this pattern, the obvious way that struck me to represent air was with a lace pattern – letting the air in! This beautiful neutral yarn was already in my stash and with a name like Whispering Grass it was the obvious choice for my wind inspired pattern!

I picked this lace pattern because I loved the way the stitches flowed around the yarnovers like a gentle rippling breeze! It’s a four row pattern so it’s really easy to remember and get into a good flow. These mitts are some of my most relaxing mitts – perfect as we’re moving towards Christmas and I always need relaxing patterns as things get busy!

You can get 25% off Adhar with the code AirSale until 11.59 pm (UTC) on the 18th October 2022. The pattern is also on LoveCrafts and Etsy!

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Credits to @AbstractLucasSocks, @alpacamybag4 @annaplexis_knits, @Centertownknits, @Heartsflowersstitch, @Kenny_knits and @Nuttyasa on IG and bookworm33329, kimssmile, Lolotte63 and Mibyrd on Ravelry!


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I’m Liz and I'm a Scottish Knitwear designer! I design and write knitting patterns for accessories, produce tutorials and write about what I do!

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