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With the leaves blowing around and winter approaching, I am already thinking about spring. The raspberry stitch used in these fingerless mitts remind me of the joys of spring and summer as the fruit starts to ripen again.
This pattern involves paying a bit of attention to tension with the raspberry stitch, to be able to work the K3tog’s a bit easier. The simple 4 round repeat does become easy to remember.
I used a basic sock yarn, but most fingering weight yarns will work. They will only require about 200 yards of fingering weight, depending on the size you chose and the length you make the arm.