Interweave Knits Mag: Looking for pattern from past issue - Mothering Forums

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#1 of 2 Old 06-18-2003, 03:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi I am looking for a pattern that came out about 1 1/2 years ago. It is for a set of mittens where on of the mittens is two together so when you are wearing them your partner can slip their hand into their mitten and you will then be holding hands.
I hope this makes sense. They are so cute.

If you have this issue, I would love to buy it from you or do some sort of trade.

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There is a very similar pattern in the book Homespun, Handknit, which is published by Interweave Press. I'm sure you can find it on or in your local yarn shop.

Also, if you know which issue this is (I might have it, but my magazine stash is a mess, so I'm not certain), you may be able to order it from Interweave if they've still got copies available. It couldn't hurt to check. They're here: Interweave Knits
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