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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Lady Eowyn Mitts

Lady Eowyn of Rohan was no delicate flower.  She could organize her countrymen as they relocated to Helm's Deep, she could wield a sword better than many men, and she rode into battle where she killed the Lord of the Nazgul.  Lady Eowyn would have appreciated the practicality of fingerless mitts because they will allow one to get into (and out of) all sorts of situations while still keeping one's hands warm.  The intricate cable braid and honeycomb details cover the back of the hand while the ribbing of the cuff points gracefully into the palm.
These mitts are knit in fingering weight yarn in three sizes.  They are designed to fit snugly (it's hard to kill Witch-Kings with floppy mitts), but if you'd like your mitts to have a bit more room, just go up a size or use one needle size larger.  All stitch patterns are presented in both charted and written format.
Here is the link to the Ravelry page for Lady Eowyn's mitts.  If you purchase the pattern through Ravelry, a copy is permanently saved in your library just in case you should ever need to download it again.
Size 6-1/2 inch (7-1/2 inch, 8-1/2 inch) as measured across the knuckles
215  (250, 300) yards fingering weight yarn
Shown in Dark Yarns Rusalka Fingering Weight in Proserpine



Anonymous Jennifer said...

These are so cute! Can't wait to cast on.

8:30 AM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Those are AWESOME. I will share with my daughter! Thanks for designing them.

10:14 AM  
Blogger geeky Heather said...


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Blogger Carol said...


1:59 PM  
Anonymous Karla said...

Love, love, love them! Just bought them on Ravelry. Thanks!

3:12 PM  

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