Figheadh is my most well-known pattern line, but I have another one!
It (so far) hasn't gotten as much love as Figheadh does, and it's not clear why. Same designer, same pattern writer, same care for tech editing and testing, but the Mirth patterns have a different format than do the Figheadh ones, because I wanted to play. There's even a free one to try out. Check it out!
Anyway...that's probably why there have been only two projects posted on Ravelry of the Bavarian Mitts, our September Mirth Pattern of the Month. And they're both lovely.
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How fuzzy and cozy do these Bavarian Mitts look? It's because she used Ravenwood Cashmere to make them. This is the yarn that I designed them for, and trust me, it's divine. Watch this space for more 3-ply to come available.
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So pretty! Mindy used Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd's Wool Fine in garnet to make these Bavarian Mitts. It makes the stitch pattern so crisp!
I hope you'll try some Bavarian Mitts, no matter which fingering-weight yarn you choose. The pattern is 30% off until the end of September!