Ultraviolet Knits – Wreath Nebula Mitts


Wreath Nebula Mitts

There is something so satisfying about quick knits that are also soft and cosy. Using two colors of DK yarn, these mitts are knit flat, top down, and seamed up the side, leaving an opening for the thumb. Just weave in the ends and start keeping your hands warm!

Like the other two mitt patterns in this collection, the result fits either the right and left hand – which means if you have enough yarn you can make a third as a spare in case one gets lost.


Pattern Sources

The individual pattern is available from LoveCrafts or you can buy the entire ebook on Ravelry. Scroll down for details on the print edition of the book.



The Yarn

These mitts are knit with two colorways of Green Elephant DK. I used Zest for the ribbing and Bellyflop for the slipped stitch center section. You can read my interview with Fiona of Green Elephant from last year.

UV Knits Print Cover

About Ultraviolet Knits

My latest book, Ultraviolet Knits: Twelve knitting patterns featuring UV-reactive hand-dyed wool (Anchor and Bee, 2020), was released at the end of March. This collection features 12 original accessory knitting patterns designed with black light-reactive hand-dyed wool-based yarns.This collection is inspired by the night’s sky, some from the view from Earth, such as star-gazing from a porch swing, while others pay homage to astronomy. Each of the 12 accessory patterns works well with bold, speckled, and vibrant yarns as well as semi-solid and neutrals, making the designs well suited for using those treasured skeins in your yarn collection. These accessory designs are excellent for travel knitting given their size. For festival-goers or everyday use, these finished objects are ones you’ll want to wear.

A photo collage showing all 12 knit samples from the Ultraviolet Knits book.

Where to Buy the Book

Individual patterns from Ultraviolet Knits will be available on Ravelry in October 2020, but until then you can treat yourself to the entire 12-pattern collection. Each week during June, July, and August, I’ll profile one of the patterns from Ultraviolet Knits in a blog post like this one.

If you wish to purchase the entire book, it is available as a digital download from Ravelry or in print from a range of bookstores and retailers. I’m including a partial list  of online retailers selling the book, though you can likely provide your local independent bookshop with the ISBN and they can order it for you.

ISBN: 978-1-910567-06-7 (paperback)

  • Price: $24.50USD / €22.00EUR
  • Trim Size: 8.268” x 11.693” (A4)
  • Page Count: 50
  • Illustrations: 63 color photographs and illustrations

Ravelry.com  (digital version is available now)

Amazon.com (USA)

Amazon.co.uk (UK/Ireland, affiliate link)

Amazon.com.au (Australia)

Barnes and Noble (35% off preorder with free shipping)

BookDepository (Worldwide)

Waterstones (UK/Ireland)

Bokus (Sweden)

Anchor and Bee Publisher (Worldwide, books ship signed and free gift of Ravelry digital version with each purchase)

One comment

  1. LoudCrafts says:

    My daughter asked me what I’d like for Christmas. I’ve sent her a link to this post and it’s very useful links so that Ultraviolet Knits can magically end up in my stocking come December 25th 😊

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