Guadalupe Mitts: an intentionally transformative design


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Worked flat in garter stitch, these mitts are a peaceful and rhythmic knit, easily fit to your hand.



The design, with rivers of knits that cross over to experience their neighbor’s reality, is meant to carry the heart of the Guadalupe story that first emerged in Mexico and spread throughout the Americas and beyond.



For nearly 500 years, Guadalupe has inspired people at odds with one another to recognize their kindred sacred core.

I always have a pair of Guadalupe mitts on my needles, and share them with friends and strangers, asking that they eventually share them with someone else.


May the wisdom of Guadalupe warm your soul, your hands, and our world.

This pattern is part of the collection feature in “Cat’s Family of Fingerless Mitts” ebook. Take a peek HERE.


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Yarn Used: HiKoo Sueno, 1 skein of mountain fog, 1 skein of bashful, 1 skein of plum and 1 skein of slated. Each skein is 255 yards. 2. Caron Simply Soft from my stash, unsure of quantities, used 10 colors.

Tips: 1. Followed original pattern except for 1. 2 decrease wedges and 2 decrease wedges; 2. the very end where I completed last wedge and cast off using 3 needle bindoff, didn't do the unique wrong side row. 2. I cast on 120 stitches, adding an extra 20 stitches because I wanted it longer and wider, adding an extra w&to to each wedge making it wider. At the end I completed the last wedge, then repeated row 1, then the unique WS row before 3 needle bind off. 6-1-3-1-6 wedges. For the description of the K-below I would add the word /through after the word into.