Back in January, I started creating a pattern while out on a walk, and joked that I would have to name it something with walk in the title. The result is the Walk in the Park Mitts, and the pattern is finally finished! This pattern is available on my Ko-fi Shop, Ribblr, and LoveCrafts.
It features crossed slip stitches that create the feeling of walking through grass or a drifting park path. The pattern is sized for sizes X-Small (6 inches around, 6 inches tall, modeled below by a 9 year old) through X-Large (8 inches around, 8 inches long), making it great for anyone 8 years old and up.
Because of the crossed stitches, I have labeled this pattern as intermediate, but could be good for an adventurous beginner ready to dip their toes into cable knitting without requiring a cable needle.
Yarn – 1 ball of Premier Yarns Anti-Pilling Everyday DK (approximate yardage for each size: 100(125,150,175,200) yards)
Size 6 circular or double point needles, depending on personal preference
Stitch markers (optional for marking beginning of round)