Thrummed mittens free pattern & knitting tutorial

Thrummed mittens free pattern & knitting tutorial

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Years ago in England, the woolen mills would discard slubs of wool, called "thrums," which knitters would gather and use in their mittens to add extra texture and warmth. This tradition was brought to Newfoundland by the settlers and after being almost forgotten for years, has been recently revived. (source: darktickle.com)

There is no left and right mittens for this pattern: they are both worked identically. At first, you may feel a bit tight in the mitt, but the roving will eventually compress against the inside of the mitt and your mittens will become insulated and very warm!

In addition to the free knitting pattern, you will need the following material to knit your thrummed mittens:

MATERIALS

SIZES : 2 ● 4 ● 6 ● 8 ● Adult

GAUGE : 20 sts = 10 cm in thrummed pattern (refer to the 9 rounds under the HAND section).

NOTES : A photo tutorial showing how to prepare your piece of roving and how to thrum a stitch is available at the end of the pattern. You can also find a video version of this tutorial here:

22022-12-22: Correction for the row number where you have to stop before thumb opening. It should have read row 3 or 7.

 

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Louise Lefaivre
Mitaines lardées

C’est mitaines sont géniales, fini de se geler les doigt

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Kathy Taylor

Thank you for the lovely pattern. The instructions are very clear and look easy to follow. Haven't started my project yet, but look forward to knitting a pair in the new year.

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Claire Boulet
Voici mes mitaines lardées terminées.

Je viens tout juste de terminer mes belles mitaines lardées. Maintenant, j'ai hâte de les porter.
Merci pour la laine et le patron! <3

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chantal
Mitaines lardées

J’ai beaucoup aimé faire ce patron. Les explications sont simples et le résultat est super à mon goût. Une belle mitaine chaude au style rustique accessible à tout le monde. Une première pour moi et sûrement pas la dernière 😉.

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K.T.
''Thrummed Mittens''

Merci pour le patron et le vidéo!