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Trillium Mitts

My new Trillium Mitts pattern is named for my friend Beverly's LYS in Morristown, NJ. I'm a huge fan of Beverly's store and local yarn stores in general. So along with Trillium yarns, I'd like to dedicate this pattern to all local yarn stores and the owners, sales people, and teachers who make them so special.

Trillium Notebook
At a local yarn store you can spend a happy afternoon chatting with like-minded knitters about your shared passion. You can admire gorgeous colors, textures and that new shipment from your favorite yarn brand in person. At yarn stores you can increase your knitting skills -- through formal classes, or by chatting with other knitters. The people who work in yarn stores pick up dropped stitches, help you figure out what yarn will work best for that pattern you're just dying to knit, and are thrilled to admire a new project freshly off your needles. If you love your LYS, be sure to show them by spending a portion of your yarn budget there. Without the support of knitters, your LYS may not be there the next time you need that set of size 7 needles so you can cast on for your dream sweater right away.

Trillium Yarn Ball

Trillium Mitts

Size: One Size
Finished Measurements: 8” at cuff and palm x 8” long

Yarn: Juniper Moon Farm Tenzing, 85% Merino Wool, 15% Yak; 153 yards/140m per 1.76 oz/50g skein
Color A: #12 Brown, 1 skein - about 100 yards
Color B: #13 Mauve, 1 skein - about 100 yards
Color C: #11 Sand, 1 skein - about 35 yards

Needles: One set of 5, US 4 (3.5mm) double pointed needles or size to obtain gauge

Gauge: 27 sts & 31 rows = 4”/10cm in Hand chart - blocked, always take the time to check gauge

Other Materials: stitch markers, tapestry needle

Price: $6.00 US


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Thanks for the support, Kirsten! And thanks for another beautiful pattern!

I'm totally in love. I want to cast on now. And I though I was over colorwork!

Hell! I don't even comment on blog post anymore. But you went & made me do that too ;)

Thank you for putting our feeling about how passionate we are as yarn store owners into a different perspective that only benefits the knitters in the community!

nice patterns, may be suitable for spring trends

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