AVFKW x Beth Rosin - Winter Windows Mitts
AVFKW x Beth Rosin - Winter Windows Mitts

A Verb for Keeping Warm

AVFKW x Beth Rosin - Winter Windows Mitts

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AVFKW x Beth Rosin - Winter Windows Mitts

6328 San Pablo Ave

Pickup currently unavailable

6328 San Pablo Ave
Oakland CA 94608
United States

Winter Windows Mitts by Beth Rosin // featuring AVFKW Flock yarn

Our friends at Making Zine have released their third holiday e-book: Making Winter Vol. 3 / Gifts, and Beth Rosin featured AVFKW Flock in her Winter Windows Mitts.

"The first flakes of winter fall soundlessly and slowly, without any effort at all. Steam rises from a mug. The morning is still. A knitter snuggles a little lower into their chair and considers the view through winter windows. Like the gently drifting flakes, their thoughts wander in and out of knitterly ponderings. This is the image I see when I think of the Winter Windows mitts—whether the knitter is wearing them, casting them on, or considering which yarn would make the perfect pair for a special gift. It is my hope that this pattern brings the knitter a sense of calm, solace, and maybe even healing." writes Beth Rosin.

Flock is a lightweight yarn made from American wool and milled in Vermont. It is made of a single strand of yarn giving it a rustic, handspun feel. That said, the wool used in Flock is soft! It really is the best of both worlds.

If you have yet to try, Flock, this new pattern by Beth Rosin is the perfect starting point. To see more colors of Flock, click here.

Finished measurements:
Palm Circumference: 5 3/4" (6 1/4", 6 1/2", 7", 7 1/2") / 14.5 (16, 16.5, 18, 19) cm
Length: 6 1/2" (16.5 cm)
Shown in 7" (18 cm) size

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This Item Includes:
1 skein of A Verb for Keeping Warm Flock yarn, 100% organic NM Rambouillet wool; 290 yds per 50 g skein in the colorway Tortilla

Supplies you will need to complete this project:
+ E-book: Making Winter Vol. 3 / Gifts (for the instructions)
+ Knitting needles - Use either dpns or circular needle in size desired for your preferred method of working small circumferences, in the following sizes, or size needed to obtain gauge:
US 1 [2.25mm]
+ Stitch markers
+ Tapestry needle