Knox Mountain Pattern Coquihalla Mitts

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You will receive a hardcopy high-quality colour-print pattern.

Tracing its way through the Cascade Mountains is the infamous Highway Thru Hell, otherwise known as the Coquihalla or, as locals call it, “the Coq”. This snowbound highway roughly follows the route of the former Kettle Valley Railway, connecting the coastal rainforest of BC’s Lower Mainland with the desert climate of its interior.

These fingerless mitts are knit bottom up with a thumb gusset formed from increases made across the palm of the mitt. A cabled column runs up the center.

YARN/YARDAGE:  DK-weight yarn approx. 140 - 200 yards (128 - 183 m)

GAUGE:  24 st / 4” in stockinette and 32 st / 4” in twisted ribbing, unstretched, after blocking.


short mitts (long mitts) 
5½” around (unstretched) by 8½ (11½)” long, after blocking

See Ravelry for more pattern details.


Images courtesy of Knox Mountain Knit Co.

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