greenness, especially of fresh, flourishing vegetation.
green vegetation, especially grass or herbage.
freshness in general; flourishing condition; vigor.

I felt that the word "verdure" was a great title for this new little botanically inspired pattern.

These mitts feature a fun twisted stitch, sprouting plant motif on the back of the hand. 
It is so fun to watch it grow as you knit!

The pattern calls for only one skein of Madelinetosh Tosh DK. I used the Grove colorway which is such a perfect shade of green.

photography by Vivian Aubrey

I have designed these mitts to be included in my upcoming pattern book, Botanical Knits 2. But I am happy to announce that this pattern is available individually for a limited time as part of
Twisted yarn shop's Mad About Tosh Club 2013.

The pattern is available HERE.

Enjoy! :)


Audry said...

Those mitts look lovely. I'm already looking forward to your next book!

Judy said...

I love these! Have already downloaded the pattern and am about to order the yarn!!

Thank you for sharing!


kathy b said...

wow . YOu are amazing . THey are fantastic mitts

Karen said...

Lovely :)

Rose said...

I wrote a blog roundup post on my blog, rosesyarn.blogspot.com and I wrote about your blog. The link to the post is here: http://rosesyarn.blogspot.com/2013/08/blog-roundup.html

I just thought you would like to see it. These mitts are beautiful!

Cloudberry said...

So pretty!

Brandi Schoch said...

I knew it had something to do with green. The mitts are just lovely!