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You will receive a hardcopy high-quality colour-print pattern.
The Gellatly Nut farm, located on the Westside of Okanagan Lake, is one of the oldest working nut farms in Canada. Started in the early 1900s by brothers Jack and David Gellatly, the farm soon became the hub of nut growing and breeding in North America. Today, the farm is home to over 800 nut trees and shrubs, including the beloved chestnut.
These reversible, unisex mittens are knit bottom-up, with an all around nut-inspired texture. The pattern includes options for full or fingerless mittens, and three sizes.
YARN/YARDAGE: Worsted-weight yarn approx. 45-80g (75-150y) depending on size and style knit
GAUGE: 19 st / 4” in stockinette and 21 st / 4” in pattern, with larger needles, after blocking.
child/small (medium, large) to fit hand circumference: 6 (7½, 9)”
4½ (6, 7½)” around by 8 (10, 12)” long, after blocking
Images courtesy of Knox Mountain Knit Co.