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Kalea Turner-Beckman Pattern - Bergen Mittens



We are pleased to offer the Bergen Mittens Pattern by Kalea Turner-Beckman. This pattern features an original design in the tradition of Norwegian Selbuvotter. The mittens knit up beautifully in any of our Mule Spinner 1-Ply yarns knit on 2mm and 2.5mm needles. They require approximately 3 oz of Main Colour yarn and 2 oz of Contrast Colour yarn for a women's medium size.

Please note, this pattern is offered as a zine printed on copy paper, not a digitally downloaded pattern. Price is per pattern.

Kalea Turner-Beckman is a knitter, natural dyer, and hand spinner, living on Treaty 6 Territory in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She sources breed specific wools and dye plants from as close to her home as possible, as a way to connect with her local land base. She was a founding member of the Alberta Yarn Project.

Designed in Alberta, Canada.

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Weight 0.00100000 kg
Dimensions 22 × 14 × 1 cm


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