Prince Bishop Mitts

These mitts are named ‘Prince Bishop’ from the lovely County of Durham, in northern England, the land of the Prince Bishops. They got the name because we were camping near the city of Durham when I figured out this pattern & because the pattern mirrors some of the fantastic stone carvings in the beautiful Durham Cathedral.

The pattern requires about 40gm from a skein of fingering yarn such as ‘Dream in Color Smooshy’. (You might manage a pair of short socks & a pair of ‘Prince Bishop’ mitts out of one skein)

2.5mm double knitting needles (or could be knitted using ‘magic loop’).

Tension: 32 stitches to 4 inches. The pattern is available on Ravelry & is my first pattern for sale.

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