• Twisted-Stitch Mitts
  • Twisted-Stitch Mitts
  • Twisted-Stitch Mitts
  • Twisted-Stitch Mitts

Twisted-Stitch Mitts

A warm wool knits up into a fun pair of mitts with pinstripes and a winding twisted-stitch motif.

The Yarn

Rowan Pure Wool 4Ply Rowan Pure Wool 4Ply Rowan Pure Wool 4Ply

Rowan Pure Wool 4Ply - 421 Glade, 451 Porcelaine, 419 Avocado

How to get the pattern:

The pattern is available in the book Stitch Mountain.
Want a pattern you can download to work on today? Check out the Free Stitch Mountain Patterns

The Designer

Rachel Roden

"My name is Rachel Roden and I am an avid knitter and knitwear designer. I first learned to knit when I was a kid, but I didn't pick it up seriously until a few years ago. After graduating from college I began a career as a traveling archaeologist. Because I was spending a lot of time as a passenger while commuting to and from job sites, knitting turned into the perfect way to help pass the time! I am no longer doing archaeology as a career, but I developed a love for the outdoors and hiking that has stuck with me. Now I spend my days purchasing yarn for Jimmy Beans Wool which is the perfect job to feed my passion for yarn and knitting! I started designing patterns simply because I couldn't find patterns for exactly what I wanted to make. This developed into the perfect creative outlet for me and I find design inspiration in all the natural beauty in northern Nevada, where I now call home.

Since Marco is a skier, I was inspired by ski tracks in the snow. That's how I came up with the woven trails stitch pattern, to represent those curves and swirls!"

Inspired By

Marco Sullivan
Alpine, World Cup downhill winner

Marco Sullivan

Marco Sullivan is easy-going and always smiling. He enjoys kicking back with a fly rod or a cruise on Lake Tahoe or a good backpacking and mountain biking trip with girlfriend (and retired Canadian slalom ace) Anna Goodman. He's also becoming a staple among the Alaskan community after winning the Hoo Doo mountains Arctic Man again and taking another trip with the Warren Miller film crew into the remote Chugash backcountry in the spring of 2012.

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