I’ve got a new fingerless gloves pattern in the new issue of Knitscene Accessories!

Reservoir Mitts

These fingerless gloves have an entrelac panel on the back of the hand, then the rest of the body of the mitts are built off them by picking up stitches and seaming as you go for each section. It’s intense, but so fun!

Hand Panel, Individual Fingers

They also have a skinny seed stitch band seamed in across the wrist for some extra flare. I was given Lorna’s Laces for these mitts and used Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock Multi for the entrelac and Solid for the rest of the mitts. I had pitched these mitts as a three color project, using two contrasting colors striped in through the entrelac, and then a main color for the rest of the mitts, but using a variegated yarn for the enrelac panel is a great solution, too. This would be a great sock yarn stash buster, too!

Cute from All Angles!

My mitt pattern is just one of a bunch of beautiful accessories patterns in this special issue. Find the full Knitscene Accessories 2012 preview here. You can buy the digital download here, preorder a copy here, or keep your eyes peeled for the issue on news stands on June 5th. And be sure to favorite it and queue it at the Ravelry Pattern Page!