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Simple Stashbuster Mittens

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Get out that extra yarn and prepare for the Simple Stashbuster Mittens. The stripes in this cute knit mittens pattern are the perfect way extra yarn. You can have lots of fun by creating mittens of varying contrasting colors, all based on what you have on hand. If you are new to mittens, this is a great pattern to start with. A simple design means that you can focus on the mittens without worrying about fancy details.

Simple Stashbuster Mittens
Simple Stashbuster Mittens
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Knitting Needle Size: 7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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How many pairs of mittens like this did I have as a child! Somehow a hand-knit mitt is ever so much warmer than those thin ones bought in a store -- and these stash-busters are so colorful and cheerful. 4 needles and I have seldom been successful, but for memory's sake, I shall have to try these

My stash of worsted wool is limiting. I am thinking of using regular acrylic yarn to replace some worn out lightweight mittens. This pattern is easy enough to follow for a first pair of mittens. Will they be roomy enough to add a sherling fleece liner?

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