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Pixie Farts by Barbara Gregory

Pixie Farts by Barbara Gregory Pixie Farts by Barbara Gregory
Pixie Farts by Barbara Gregory Pixie Farts by Barbara Gregory
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These mittens are worked in Fair Isle-style stranded colorwork. The color pattern is given in chart form only.  The mittens have gusseted thumbs and are worked in the round from cuff to tip.

$6.00 US for Pixie Farts pattern only
Please note: The purchase of this pattern cannot be credited toward the purchase of the ebook at a later date.

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Finished measurements:
Hand circumference: 6 ¾ (7 ½, 8)" / 17 (19, 20.5) cm
Hand length: 7 (7 ½, 7 ¾)" / 18 (19, 19.5) cm
Total length: 9 ½, (10, 10 ¾)" / 24 (25.5, 27.5) cm
Shown in size 6 ¾" / 17 cm

Yarn:
The Loopy Ewe Solid Series (220 yd / 201 m per 2 oz / 57 g skein; 100% Superwash Merino Wool):
1 skein each in #22-88 Charcoal (MC) and #69-84 Vintage Rose (CC)
or
1 skein each in #42-73 Malachite (MC) and #35-53 Grass (CC)

Needles & Notions:
For Size 6 ¾" / 17 cm:
Size 1 US / 2.25 mm
Size 1 ½ US / 2.5 mm needles in preferred style for small circumference knitting in the round

For Size 7 ½"/ 19 cm: Size 1 US / 2.25 mm
Size 2 ½ US / 3 mm needles in preferred style for small circumference knitting in the round

For Size 8" / 20.5 cm: Size 1 ½ US / 2.5 mm
Size 2 ½ US / 3 mm needles in preferred style for small circumference knitting in the round

Stitch marker, waste yarn, tapestry needle

Gauge:
For Size 6 ¾" / 17 cm:
33 sts and 37 rounds = 4" / 10 cm in Stockinette stitch over Chart using size 2 US / 2.5 mm needles

For Sizes 7 ½ and 8"/ 19 and 20.5 cm:
30 sts and 35 rounds = 4" / 10 cm in Stockinette stitch over Chart using size 2 ½ US / 3 mm needles

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