Meaning unzip in Scottish Gaelic, Dì-Shiopaich has the gusset on the back of the hand rather than around the thumb. This creates a split in the lace pattern which looks like a half unzipped zip! The twisted rib gives the mitts a very snug and neat fit and will stretch to fit a wide range of hands, and the pattern comes with two sizes.
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. 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: picking up stitches.
56 stitches and 48 rounds in 10 cm (4”) in (unstretched) twisted rib in the round.
Small: 14cm (5.5”) circumference Large : 16.5cm (6.5”) circumference
The mitts are designed to be worn with up to 6 cm (2.5”) of negative ease.To see how the mitts look in other sizes and colours check out my testers projects!