KINGO Mitts by Mari Tobita


October 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
29 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 0 - 2.0 mm
180 - 150 yards (165 - 137 m)
one size, approximately 6 3/4" (17cm) Hand circumference and 6 1/4" (16cm) Length
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東京ヤーンクロールとのコラボでミッツ(指出し手袋)をデザインしました。ニューヨークと東京の建物、鉄骨とレンガをイメージした、KINGO MITTS(キンゴミッツ)です。KINGOは日銀本店や東京駅丸の内駅舎をデザインした建築家・辰野金吾氏の名前からとったもの。


【About this design】
Mari Tobita is a knit designer living in New York. She designed these mitts in collaboration with the Tokyo Yarn Crawl! Kingo Mitts are named after the architect who designed the bank of Japan’s head office and the Marunouchi building at Tokyo station. Bricks are laid in the cuffs of these mitts by using slip-stitch, and steel frames expressed by cables knitted into the glove itself.

【About this pattern】
This item is the pattern only.
Both Japanese and English are available with one download purchase.
The pattern requires the knitter to understand both written and charted instructions

On page 5 (10/17/2020)
Left Mitt
Begin Chart 1 and Chart 2 as follow:
Rnd 2: K23, work Rnd 2 of Chart 2, k4, work Rnd 2 of Chart 1, k2.