Spring Thaw Mitts in English

The Sun timidly reappears, buds begin to form… There are unmistakable signs, spring is almost here!
Spring Thaw Mitts translate this impatient waiting of nice, warm and fine days. Knit in Broken seed stitch, they subtly showcase all the nuances of your favorite variegated yarn, while white alpaca yarn, evoking winter, adds warmth and a pastel tone with its fluff.
This quick-to-knit project is perfect for that moment when seasons are still indecisive.

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You can match them with Spring Thaw Tam!

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Description

SIZES
(4/6Y – 7/9Y – 10/12Y)[XS – S – M – L]
finished hand circumference (without thumb): (13.5 – 15 – 16)[17 – 18 – 19 – 20] cm / (5¼ – 6 – 6¼)[6¾ – 7 – 7½ – 7¾]”

YARN
MC: approx. (35 – 41 – 51)[62 – 74 – 80 – 89] m / (38 – 44 – 56)[68 – 81 – 88 – 98] yds of fingering weight yarn
CC: approx. (21 – 25 – 30)[35 – 40 – 46 – 52] m / (22 – 28 – 33)[39 – 44 – 51 – 57] yds of light fingering weight variegated yarn
Shown in
MC: Drops, Alpaca (100% alpaca, 167 m/183 yds per 50g), #0100 natural
CC: Malabrigo, Sock (100% superwash merino wool, 402 m /440 yds per 100g), #416 indiecita

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
3 mm / US 2½ & 2.75 mm / US 2 needle(s) in your preferred style for working small circumference in the round
stitch marker (optional), scrap yarn, tapestry needle

GAUGE
25 sts x 46 rnds = 10 cm /4” in Broken seed stitch (p.3) with 3 mm / US 2½ needle

DIFFICULTY
intermediate – knitting in the round, seed stitch, increase