What to do with ODDS & ENDS? You know, those tiny balls of yarn, not enough to make much with but still beautiful and often expensive little bits.
Well if one ball is at least (55, 60, 75) yards long that can be used as the MAIN Color, and there are lots of little balls in many other colors, even as little as 2 yards can be used, then one awesome pair of mittens is waiting to be discovered! And they won’t seem like “leftover” mittens, not the granny squares of the knitting world....
The pattern is a combination of charts and written word.
The fabric is knitted up with heavy worsted weight yarns on very small needles and the result is a very warm, durable fabric that doesn’t need any lining to keep out the cold and wind on the coldest day. The other upside to such a dense fabric is very little wear & tear and very little pilling.
In the main photo, one pair of mittens is new and the other pair is very well worn (for over 10 years) - can you tell which is wh