free on Ravelry by Helen Kurtz.
Love, love, love this pattern. She created this pattern when she was staying at a cottage in Dublin. So she named it after the cottage. This pattern knits up so nicely and is a great cabling experience.
And this is my fave thumb gusset of all the mitts I've done! It finishes really well. I'll def be making some more of these.
I used the malabrigo and totally love the softness!
I also made some out of Kathy Douthit's homespun yarn.
Such beautiful colors! Reminds me of Noro except it feels soft on the skin. Kathy is a Texarkana friend who works at The Yarn Garden. She's retired from Hospice of Texarkana and used to come to LEMS and do Good Grief Clubs with students when I was a counselor there. It's nice to use yarn that has a friend's story to go with it.
I had a little of Kathy's yarn left, so I made another pair and topped them off with some purple acrylic.