I knit the Yellow Harvest mittens for myself a month ago and while it wasn’t exactly a stressful pattern, it wasn’t really a walk in the park either. You have to keep an eye on the chart and make sure you remember which one means LPC, LC, RC, and RPC otherwise nothing will look right. Well, I c/o for my SIL’s pair on Saturday and already have one mitten done and the second one in the works. I got picked up exactly 40 sts right away after working the cuff both times and am having no problems in deftly switching between st st and then the pattern over 38 rows. 🙂 Hopefully I’ll be able to work on them some today and have them finished and wrapped up so I can give them to her on Saturday!
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