Mar 062012

Spring is currently flirting with Colorado, making us all want to rip off the winter coats and cast aside the heavy mittens.  Unfortunately Mother Nature is a cruel temptress and still has snow and darkness in store for us.  I’m getting pretty surly towards winter this year.  Having already powered through months of chilly temperatures, colds, and frozen toes, I’m ready to sport these mitts and fight off the rest of winter.  I’ll clear a path for you, Spring, not stopping until I see those daffodils and crab apple blossoms!

The Details:

Yarn:  Two colors of fingering weight yarn.  100% wool will work best.  The sample above is shown in Knit Picks Palette.
Yardage:  About 90yds of MC and 70yds of CC
Gauge:  30sts/ 34rows = 4″  for Small and 28sts/ 30 rows = 4″ for Large in stranded pattern
Suggested needle size:  US size 2 for the Small, US size 3 for the Large, plus one set of smaller needles for the ribbing

Price: $5

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  9 Responses to “Fightin’ Words!”

  1. Hi
    I bought this pattern and can forward you my receipt if you need proof… but it did not come with the pew chart… is it possible to send via email?

  2. Hello,

    I just purchased on knit picks thinking I was purchasing directly from you. Could you send the electronic version.

  3. Hi! I can’t seem to buy this pattern! I get re-directed to then an error message popos up about a ravelry checkout error. Do you have an alternative route? Thanks!

  4. Hello!

    Says in here, that the price is $5, but when clicked to Ravelry, price is $6.20.. You have updated the price up? :( Originally tried to buy this from KnitPicks, but it didn’t let me purchase even a download-version since I don’t live in USA.

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