- all-over stranded colourwork pattern inspired by crystals
- twisted ribbing at the cuffs and mitt-tops
- short-cuff and long-cuff options (mitts shown with long cuffs)
- full-mitten version also available (separately or both in an ebook)
- requires less than 50g of fingering-weight yarn in each colour
- one size, to fit 7-8" palm circumference
- pattern includes colourwork charts
Like the mittens, the mitts are knit in Knitsch Sock yarn from Holland Road Yarn Co. This time I chose 'Sweet Pea' for the main colour, a really strong vibrant pink, and 'Silver Lining' again for the contrast colour (because of its shimmering-metal illusion).
The mitts have a few extra little details, like the two-colour ribbing at the top of the thumb. This allows for a decent amount of ribbing while also continuing the colourwork pattern. It's slightly awkward to switch between knit and purl stitches while also switching colours, but it's only for a small area (and the effect is really worth it).
For details, and to download the Multifaceted Mitts pattern, visit its pattern page on Ravelry, Loveknitting, Etsy, or Craftsy. An ebook with both patterns (at a reduced price per pattern) is also available on Ravelry.