All of the mittens in the set are in the moss stitch, but I do promise I can do other stitches as well. Moss stitch is my favorite, so I try to incorporate it into all of my designs. It's not always quite this prevalent, but I have been using it a lot lately! I have several other things coming, so I'm sure I'll start to mix it up.
Like my last few sets, these are still double layered with a cotton/acrylic blend on the inside for some comfort. The acrylic exterior is water resistant, so these could easily be used in the snow and slush of Minnesota winters.
It is quite different from the rest, as there is no traditional top. The liner goes up to the base of the fingers before it stops, then the top half is gloved! I am making them flip gloves, so there will be a top that can be flipped down so they can be worn as either a glove or a mitten.
I decided to keep the thumb the same as the rest with a consistent double layer. It didn't make sense to flip this one, if only for the hassle it can be to do: clean and simple for such a young recipient! And I can't get over how fun the sparkly purple is turning out.