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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Lady Lace Mitts


New from Georgina Bow Creations, Designer of the upcoming Mystery Stole 4, Lady Lace Mitts!

Knit in laceweight yarn, these delicate lace mitts are designed in two lengths: shorter glove length mitts as shown, and a second version that goes farther up the arm for more lacy drama. These are perfect for formal occasions like proms or weddings, but those of us who enjoy lace and feminine styles will find them to be the perfect accessory for a wide range of events. Personally, I think these would be just the thing peeking out from the cuffs of a leather jacket.

Using only a small amount of yarn, they are perfect for using up leftover partial balls of laceweight yarn after you've completed your newest shawl. These are quick to knit and would make lovely gifts as well.

Stitch patterns are given as charts and as written out directions, so they are accessible to most any knitter. These are knit towards the fingertips. Minimal shaping is necessary as lace has a natural elasticity, making this design appropriate for even a beginning lace knitter.

The shorter length of the mitts uses approximately 150 yards of laceweight yarn and the longer length mitts uses approximately 500 yards of laceweight yarn. Shown in Jaggerspun Zephyr Woolsilk (630 yards/ 2 ounces).

For any questions about this pattern, please contact the designer at GeorginaBowCreations@yahoo.com
Because Georgina Bow Creations Patterns are separate from Pink Lemon Twist Patterns, we cannot combine pattern purchases from both companies into a single transaction. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.



Blogger Hattie said...

Are there pictures of the longer version?

5:11 PM  
Blogger Claire said...

Saw them, loved them, bought the pattern! What beautiful delicate mitts. Can't wait to start!

2:57 PM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Those are awesome. If I were young, cute and skinny, I'd be wearing them. But maybe I could wear them when I dressed up in my period dresses.

6:54 PM  
Blogger purlpoet said...

I notice you mention a Mystery Stole 4. As a new reader - and ardent admirer of designs 1-3 - where do I stay tuned for updates - or find out more?

10:39 PM  

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