New Knitting Pattern Releases: Constantine Hat and Mittens

The Constantine hat and mittens set were designed at Constantine Bay, Cornwall, while I sat knitting on the beach watching my beau surfing in the sea. I’d already got the yarn and made a few swatches, and decided on this pattern as the cables reminded me of ripples in the sand.

The hat, suitable for both men and women, is available in three different sizes; small (approx 53-56cm/21-22.5”), medium (approx 57-59cm/22.5-23.5”) and large (approx 60-62cm/23.5-24.4”) and is knitted on 5mm needles.

It knits up within a couple of days and the pattern is quite memorable, however, there is also a chart for those of you that prefer and instructions for left and right handed knitters.  Without the pompom it makes a really cute beanie hat.

The mittens come in four different sizes – small (19cm/7.5” around palm), medium (20.5cm/8” around palm), large (23cm/9” around palm) and x large (25.5cm/10” around palm). Also unisex, these mitts are really cosy as the cables thicken the fabric to keep your hands snug.

Both knitting patterns are for sale individually or as part of a discounted set.
Please see here for full details on the hat knitting pattern
and here for more information on the mittens knitting pattern.

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4 Responses to New Knitting Pattern Releases: Constantine Hat and Mittens

  1. Alicia says:

    What a great set! I particularly love the mittens.

  2. Beautiful! It does look like wave patterns in the sand. The green sweater she’s wearing is very nice, too, with the button detailing.

  3. Sezza says:

    Congratulations, they look great!!

  4. Amanda Smith says:

    Love the name of this set and don’t they look soooo warm and cosy.
    The pattern reminds me of gulls footprints in the sand and yes the ripples also. Very nice indeed!

    keep well

    Amanda :-)

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