This summer I had set myself the goal to publish at least one pattern a month from August to December. With Radiative in early August, Gliding Birds in the last days of August (which I count as the Spetember pattern), Eider in October and Area of Effect at the beginning of this month, I’m quite proud to be able to check that box on my list every month!
This month, I was even able to add one more pattern to this list. Offspring of a new collaboration Le Chat qui Tricote X Tisserin Coquet, I look forward to present you this new kit (wool + pattern). The Bow and Arrow finglerless gloves kit is now available in Le Chat qui Tricote e-shop! Discover all the available colors here.
Kit laine + patron Bow and Arrow
Working with Camille and her yarns is always a real pleasure. She only sell really soft handdyed yarns with gorgeous colours, either her own or imported yarns form across the big pond. Both our two past collaborations was socks (A River Life and Gliding Bird). This time, we worked on a pair of mitts, knitted in Dream in Color’s Jilly.
Like all the single yarns, Jilly has a special place in my heart. This little extra sweetness, cocooning and gloss that brings this kind of thread makes me crack systematically. I think that at least 50% of my stash must consist of fingering single yarn, that is to say!
Tout en délicatesse
I was the first one surprised by the short amount of time it took me to knit them! I blame the completely addictive lace pattern I think 😉 In only a few hours you will have a new pair of mitts to keep your fingers warm or to give as a Christmas present 😊
Worked from the bottom up they feature both i-cord cast-on and bind-off. Their easy-to-knit and easy-to-remember lace pattern evolves along the mitt as a flying arrow. It will keep your fingers in a warm wool cocoon while staying practical thanks to its thumb gusset.
Un grand merci à Sandra pour les photos! 😘