peerie flooers mittens

This pattern is available for £2.50

To match the peerie flooers hat!

Cuff length: 2.5”
Mitten body length: 7.5”
To fit average woman’s hand with a circumference of 7 – 7.5”

Yarn and yardage. 1 x 25g of each of the following shades of Rowan Fine Tweed: Arncliffe, Bainbridge, Hubberholme, Leyburn, Muker, Nappa, Richmond. 25 yards Orkney Angora 4 ply for lining. If using an alternate yarns, you will need 50 yards or less of the 2 background colours; 25 yards or less of the 4 leaf and petal colours; and 10 yards or less of the centre colour. 25 yards or less of soft laceweight yarn for cuff lining.

10 thoughts on “peerie flooers mittens

  1. Good morning,
    I am stockist rowan in France, and a tricot passionate; I find your superb models and particularly mittens and hat to peerieflooer. I bought from you the model andwanted to know if you would be ok so that I buy from you around thirty
    afin, to offer them in kit to my customers who are not supporters d ‘internet?
    and of put do a link on my site towards your page to guide those who wish them towards your models.
    In l ‘attente of your answer,
    very warmly.

  2. The mittens are cute… over the weekend we went to Yosemite for fall foliage and it started snowing, We had to buy a gloves and it reminded me of your blog. I wonder if u crochet as well?

  3. What beautiful knitting, and I LOVE the colors! The pictures are so sweet too. I can feel so much of your personality in them……


  4. Hi! Thanks for the nice pattern! I just finished my first mitten. I like it! It´s nice to knit and I like the look of it. I live in Sweden, on the east coast on the Island of Oland. It has similarities to Scotland I think. It´s lots of stone and wind and rugged beauty. We also have little flowers lighting up the stone. Love my mitten. Now one left… Thanks again! :) Petra

  5. I would love to add your pictures to my pinterest, but can’t find any “pin it” . do you have this facility?
    Your designs are beautiful and I also love your whole style!! Would be great to find out where you get your clothes from, or do you make them also ?

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