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Antler Mittens

October 30, 2015

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One of my first patterns, the Antler Mittens, is still one of my favorite patterns today. It is a testament to the timeless fashion of a classic knitted item! I have been smitten with the Antler cable for a few years now, you may recognize it from the Antler sweater and the free Antler hat…okay, I’m a little obsessed. They are such great mittens, I wanted to make a pair for Hunter so there was only 1 thing to do: size them for all!

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The Antler mittens now come in classic TCK sizing (baby to big) and the pattern got a bit of a make-over with new photos and some updated pattern writing too.

Pattern Details

Yarn: 70 (80, 120, 150, 200) yds aran / chunky weight yarn (shown in Madelinetosh Chunky in ‘fog’ and ‘robin red breast’)

Needles: US#6 / 4mm & US#8 / 5mm (or as required to meet gauge)
DPNs or long circulars for magic loop

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These mittens are squishy and wonderful, perfect to keep the cold at bay as fall turns to winter. They feature a nice long cuff (my personal fave), great for keeping mittens on small hands and slipping up the sleeve of your coat. No gaps for the wind to get you!

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If you are a gift knitter like me, you already know the season is upon us! I’ll be whipping up a pair or 2 of these, how about you?

All the Antlers from TCK:

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 1, 2015 11:31 pm

    Gorgeous mitten pattern, I love the rich colours you used as well. So deep and warm. :)

  2. Karen permalink
    October 30, 2015 9:06 am

    Will the new version of the pattern be available at no cost for those of us that have previously bought the Antler pattern?

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