snow on cedars mitt

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let it snow.
we have a pretty mid-length mitt featuring scattered snow and pine tree motifs to fight the cold.
gift them away or keep them at home—tis the season.

Snow on Cedars Mitt
shown here in Wooly Wonka Fibers custom-dyed fingering weight merino/tencel blend, colorway,
Sagebrush and Cedar (also available in the winterberry colorway shown below). kit available now for pre-order (will be mailed after november 1).

to purchase pattern only, or view pattern information, please check out the listing in our pattern shop

HUGE thanks to kat and wanda for helping me get the pattern up to snuff with speedy test-knitting.

12 thoughts on “snow on cedars mitt

  1. They turned out so well! And that yarn is just perfect for them, both color and texture — I’m knitting socks out of it right now, and it’s very nice.

  2. Hi Anne,
    I’ve been waiting for this pattern! I just ordered it & will be casting on soon. Many thanks for all your well written patterns!

  3. These are great. Everytime I see a package waiting for me I start to get excited even though I know they aren’t coming till after the first.

  4. I am so excited for these! I just pre-ordered a kit. They are just perfect for holiday gift knitting :). And I have to admit I saw you at Rhinebeck – at the Briar Rose booth – but I was too shy to say hi. I am slowing working my way through the Morning Glory wrap. I adore your blog and patterns. Oh, the pattern on knitty is divine. I’m waiting for more Briar Rose Abundance (I think it’s Abundance) to go up, although Chris did tell me at Rhinebeck that the put up has changed. Enough of my movie-star-sighting gushing and commenting.

  5. Hi Anne! Beautiful mitts! I love all of your patterns so much I’m having a hard time deciding which one I would like to try first. I still have a package to mail out to you (I LOATHE THE POST OFFICE) so, one day soon, I solemnly swear to get it in the mail to you. If you get a moment some time, I have a favor to ask of you regarding pattern writing. Thanks, as always, for your time, consideration, and inspiration.

  6. WOW! I wasn’t expecting the pattern to be available yet but so glad it is. I saw Kat’s mitts this weekend at SAFF and fell in love! What a beautiful pattern.

  7. You’ve got another winner here, Anne. I’m just about done with the wrist section. I really like the way you handle moving stitches from needle to needle as the pattern shifts. I don’t know that I would have figured out to do it that way. Thanks for making it easy!

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