CaMaRose Women’s Polka Dot Mitts 072


CaMaRose Women’s Polka Dot Mitts 072


Polka dot mitts are knit bottom up, using stranded colourwork making the mitts twice as warm. The cuffs are decorated with a mock cable or alternatively, you can work a traditional 2 x 2 rib where you k2 and p2 around.

Size: One-size.

Yarn: Yaku, 100 %  superwash wool from CaMaRose

Yarn requirement: 1 skein of red (1809) and 1 skein of off-white (1003).

Knitting needles: 4 x 2.5 mm DPNs, 4 x 3 mm DPNs, a cable needle or a piece of scrap yarn.

Gauge: 28 sts x 40 rnds = 10 x 10 cm over colorwork pattern and in stockinette stitch on DPN 3 mm.

1 in stock

SKU: CMRpolkadots20 Categories: , ,

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“My name is Trine Bertelsen, I am a yarn wholesaler and the owner of

I founded my company in 2010, under the name, it started as a web shop, with my own designed patterns for babies and children

In late 2010, I started importing yarn from Peru and started wholesaling to other shops.

I started with only  Pima cotton and the Lama cotton 1/2, but soon I began to expand the range and developed  new qualities such as Lamatweed.

I have been  designing and writing knitting and crochet patterns since 2008. Before founding my own business, I worked as a freelance knit designer for other wholesalers in Denmark and abroad, for weekly magazines and knitting magazines. The experience I gained from working for others has been absolutely indispensable and I am even convinced that designing and writing a good knitting / crochet pattern is something that takes many years to learn and it is something that is always developing.

From the beginning of 2010, my 3 children have inspired me to design and are my daily sources of inspiration. This is the reason why  I chose to change the name of my company from the Strikkebogen to, it is abbreviation of my 3 children’s names, Carl-Emil, Mathilde and Anna-Rose.

My mission, from the beginning, was to be able to sell good quality yarn under my own name, which is affordable and not available elsewhere . I chose to work with with suppliers who comply with ethical and environmental regulations with regards animals and the environment in the production of yarn. In addition to this i wanted to design knitting and crochet patterns that are easily available and fashionable.

You can follow my work very closely at  or follow me at”CaMaRose

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