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Belinda Mittens Knitting Pattern

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The Belinda Mittens knitting pattern is a pattern for mittens knitted in the round using double-pointed needles and aran weight yarn.  These  simple, long and short mittens have a cable pattern on the front and Moss stitch on the reverse side.

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 Belinda Mittens Knitting Pattern

The Belinda Mittens knitting pattern is a pattern for mittens knitted in the round using double-pointed needles and aran weight yarn.  These  simple, long and short mittens have a cable pattern on the front and Moss stitch on the reverse side.

There are instructions for one unisex size. The long version is 24cm to the base of the thumb and the short version is 8cm less.

Materials 130m <180m> Town End Yarns Alpaca with Shetland aran weight yarn, 4mm and 4.5mm dpns, cable needle and stitch markers.

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