Knitting, SweetGeorgia

Duplin Mitts by Brenda Patipa

“I love the woven texture and the symmetry in this design.  I am not your “off one shoulder gal”, everything must be balanced.” – Brenda

Sultry cables in our lush Superwash Worsted add captivating elegance to already cozy accessory. Worked from cuff to fingers and using only one skein, these Duplin mitts by Brenda Patipa are a dream for every autumn wardrobe.

These fingerless mitts are worked in the round from the cuff with a thumb gusset. After setting aside the thumb stitches, the rest of the hand is worked in the round. The cable pattern is mirrored on the back of the right and left mitt.
The stitch patterns are both written and charted for every level of knitter.


7.25″ / 18.5 cm circumference
9.25″ / 23.5 cm length

1 skein SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Worsted in Bewitched (200 yd / 182 m per 4 oz / 115 g skein; 100% Superwash Merino)

2 Size 4 US / 3.5 mm circular needles, 16″ / 40 cm long
2 Size 5 US / 3.75 mm circular needles, 16″ / 40 cm long
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Tapestry needle, cable needle, (2) 12″ / 30.5 cm pieces of smooth waste yarn

24 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in cable pattern, after blocking.
20 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Stockinette stitch, after blocking.

You can find Duplin, either as an individual pattern or as part of our Fall with SweetGeorgia, Vol. 3 eBook, on our website HERE and on Ravelry. Be sure to show your support to Brenda by checking out her other beautiful work. As always, share your finished projects on social media with the hashtags #sweetgeorgiayarns and #fallwithsweetgeorgia!

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Tabetha Hedrick

About Tabetha Hedrick

Tabetha Hedrick, Design Director for SweetGeorgia Yarns, lives by the belief that joy comes when fully participating in the present moment. And that joy is ever so easy to find when immersed in the world of fibre! When not knitting, writing, editing, or researching, she fills the time raising two girls, two dogs, and one husband in Tennessee.