Knitting: Ylva Fingerless Mitts

Knitting: Ylva Fingerless Mitts
with Natasha Otteson
Wednesdays, November 15 & 29, 6:30-8:30 pm
$45 + supplies
(image credit is @ceciliaollas on Ravelry.com)
Tvåändsstickning is a Swedish knitting technique that creates a densely knitted fabric by twisting two strands of yarn. One of its greatest benefits is that helps to keep out the frigid winter temperatures, but these wonderful fingerless mitts will still let you use those digits if you need them. The Rauma Finullgarn at the shop would be a great yarn choice for this project!
Supplies needed:
●   Fingering weight yarn in three colors
○   Approximately 50g of the main color and 15-20g each of both contrasting colors
●   US size 2 ½ (3 mm) DPNs (or at least 32" circular, if using the magic loop method)
●   Scissors
●   Stitch markers
●   Tapestry needle
●   Scrap yarn or a stitch holder
●   Knowledge of (or willingness to learn) knitting, purling, casting on, casting off, increases, decreases, and working with multiple colors at a time

(two session class)