Liz Corke Knit Design

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Goldmead



Goldmead

Goldmead are knitted in super stretchy twisted rib and feature a cable that travels across the hand,finishing at the base of the little finger. The little finger is also given its own finger, separate from the other three to prevent the mitts slipping down - if you prefer you can knit them straight up and keep the four fingers together. The twisted rib gives the mitts a very snug and neat fit and the pattern comes with two sizes. These mitts are perfect for showing off those special one of a kind skeins to the best advantage.

The pattern includes both charts for the cables and written instructions, so however you like to read your patterns, you’re covered! The pattern also includes a photo tutorial for a super stretchy cast on called the Estonian cast-on for the bottom of the glove, and the backward loop cast-on. There is also a photo tutorial for the twisted k2tog. The pattern has been tech edited and test knitted. There’s a screenshot of the pattern, and a list of the stitches used at the bottom of the photos. These additional techniques are used: cables and picking up stitches.

Materials

  • 229m (250 yds) of Eden Cottage Yarns Hayton 4ply (80% Merino, 10% Nylon, 10% Cashmere, 380 yds/100g) in Marigold
  • 2.25mm (US 1) circular needles, 32" or longer for magic loop or dpns
  • 2.5mm (US 1.5) circular needles, 32" or longer for magic loop or dpns
  • Cable Needle
  • 1 Stitch marker
  • Scrap yarn to hold stitches (a contrasting colour is best)
  • Yarn needle for sewing in ends

Gauge

56 stitches and 48 rounds in 10 cm (4") in (unstretched) twisted rib in the round using 2.5mm (US 1.5) needles. Gauge is measured after washing.

Finished Size

  • Small: 14cm (5.5") circumference
  • Large : 16.5cm (6.5") circumference

The gloves are designed to be worn with 4 - 5cm (1.5 - 2") of negative ease.

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This is easily the pattern that has been the longest in development, but I hope you’ll agree that it was worth the wait! I ordered the yarn way back in July 2015 and cast on immediately. After knitting most of the first skein I took it off the needles to block it, decide if I […]