Cedar Shake Mitten Pattern
Last week we auctioned off our last copy of Juju’s Loops to raise money for Shelter. Julia Fitzsimmons won with her contribution of £275, which we doubled to make a donation of £550 to Shelter, help with housing and homelessness in England, Scotland and Wales. Thank you to everyone who bid in the auction and made Juju’s Loops, such a success.
This week, we’re releasing one of the most popular patterns from the book, The Cedar Shake Mitts.
This pattern has it all: lace, twisted stitches and ribbing.
It stretches and contracts beautifully to give a well-fitted fingerless mitten with wrist-narrowing appeal, while the wavy lines work to elongate the arm.
One skein will make a pair, with yarn to spare. If you want a more neutral colour, you could try Dandelion yarns, Rosy Sport. They have some great Greys!
Rosy Sport is very soft and comes in subtle hand-dyed colours, perfect for these mitts!