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© Loomknittingdesigns Lisa Sawyer FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. CANNOT BE USED FOR PROFIT. Great Fit Knifty Knit Mitts Original design by Lisa Sawyer http://www.loomknittingdesigns.com Materials: Knifty Knitter red loom for women’s size or Knifty Knitter green loom for men’s size 150 yards or just under 2 balls Lion Brand Thick N’ Quick – or similar Super Bulky Weight yarn Knifty Knitter pick Yarn needle 1 Large stitch holder 2 stitch markers Scissors Some ground rules before you begin: 1. This pattern is designed especially for the Knifty Knitter round loom set. If you try them on another loom you will need to adjust for any difference in gauge. 2. Since this pattern includes instructions for two sizes, I will note peg numbers and measurements for the men’s size mittens in parenthesis. For example, the instructions “Cast on 18(20) pegs” means cast on 18 pegs if you are making the women’s size mittens or cast on 20 pegs if you are making the men’s size mittens. 3. (This one is important) as noted in the materials list above, use the RED round Knifty Knitter loom for the women’s mittens and use the GREEN round Knifty Knitter loom for the men’s size. If you don’t, the mittens will not fit properly! 4. Both sizes are made as a flat panel, NOT in the round. When instructed to e-wrap across, e-wrap across all pegs and do not slip a
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FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. CANNOT BE USED FOR PROFIT. stitch at the end. Slipping isn’t necessary since you will be sewing the edges together once the mitten is done. This hides any uneven looking edge. Instructions: Casting on: Cast on to your Knifty Knitter loom using the e-wrap stitch. E-wrap 18(20) pegs once. On the second pass across to put on the second loops, work in one purl stitch and then one flat stitch (alternating) across. Working the Cuff: The cuff is worked in a 1 by 1 ribbing. The rib is worked as you’ve already started: Row 1 : 1 flat stitch, 1 purl stitch – repeat across Row 2: 1 purl stitch, 1 flat stitch – repeat across Repeat rows one and two above until
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course MICROB 101 taught by Professor Bio during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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