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Threeseasonmitts
Robyn Devine of A Devine Life just launched the Three-Season Mitts E-Book for sale on Ravelry. The e-book is just $8 and features six unique patterns for hand/arm warmers, each one matching the personality of the friend she was making them for (or the level of warmth needed!). I love all the beautiful details in each pattern. From a subtle cable to a button accent, you’ll be keeping your hands warm in style. You also have the option to purchase each pattern separately too. Make them for yourself or start working on your holiday gifts for friends.
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Sarahmitts Devine
As a special to CRAFT readers, Robyn is sharing with us her pattern for these awesome Sarah Mitts!
Download the PDF for the Sarah Mitts Pattern
(Note: If you are having problems viewing the PDF, please right-click on the link to download the file to your desktop.)


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  1. Love these mitts – question though….
    For C3BD – where is the decrease in this stitch? The instructions for it are the same as for C3B. THere is a difference between C3F and C3FB.
    Thanks!

  2. sorry about that guys – i’m sending Nat an updated PDF, but here’s the actual C3BD decrease!
    C3BD (cable 3 back decrease): slip 3 stitches onto cable needle and hold needle in back of work, k2tog, knit 2, k3 from cable needle

  3. Anonymous on said:

    I have a question about row 8. Do we knit to the last 8 stitches, slip one, and then C3FD? If we do need to slip one, it seems like we need to knit to the last 8 stitches instead of 7, but I’m not sure. Please help. Thank you!

  4. the way i knit it, i knit to the last seven stitches, and then the slipped stitch was part of the k2tog. if you don’t want to do that, then knit to the last eight stitches.

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