Yarn: Brown Sheep Top of the Lamb sport weight, in Grey Heather and Onyx.
Pattern: Cat Mittens by Jorid Linvik.
I made a bit of a tangled mess at the beginning until I got the hang of handling one strand of yarn in each hand. Since I don't tension the yarn in the typical way -- well, actually, since I don't tension the yarn at all, this took a bit of getting used to. I can't say that I'm ready for 3-color stranding yet (heaven help me with 4 or 5 colors), but every row gets easier. Luckily each row is only 60 stitches.
I'm not convinced I made a wise choice with the yarn selection. That the yarn is a singles isn't turning out to be much of an issue, but the weight -- let's just say that these mitts would more suited to the Arctic Circle than to my temperate clime. But they're lovely and fun, and I'm sure we'll get a deep freeze one of these years when they'll come in quite handy.
First mitten's almost done. The second should be a snap. The process is delightful, so maybe I am ready for 3+ colors. Bohus sweater, you're in my future.