Campbell Glen Fingerless Mitts PDF
These Campbell Glen Fingerless Mitts by Kate Atherley are based off of the tartan for Clan Campbell, representing the designer’s Scottish family heritage. Although this argyle stitch pattern seems very modern, it’s actually a traditional Fair Isle pattern that can be found in some very old, classic sweaters from Shetland. Subtle and classic in grey and white, bright colors would create a totally different look. Suitable for knitters with a little colorwork experience, but you needn’t be an expert.
This pattern is available as a PDF download.
Size: Adult S (M, L, XL)
Finished Measurements: 7 (7.5, 8, 9)” circumference x 8.5 (8.5, 9, 9)” long
Yarn Requirements: Approx. 120yds of MC & 80 yds of CC of light fingering weight yarn; Shown in Dale of Norway Baby Ull
Sizes S & L: US size 2.5 (3mm) needles for working in the round: DPNs, 1 long circular or 2 short circulars
Sizes M & XL: US size 3 (3.25mm) needles for working in the round: DPNs, 1 long circular or 2 short circulars
Sizes S & L: 36 sts and 36 rounds = 4” in stranded colorwork pattern on 3mm needles, blocked
Sizes M & XL: 32 sts and 34 rounds = 4” in stranded colorwork pattern on 3.25mm needles, blocked