This is a digital file
Nothing says siren better than a pair of Opera gloves. They are the epitome of timeless elegance. Every girl should have at least one ( or 3!) pair in her wardrobe.
Equally lovely is the mid-length version. While both versions feature the Amphora Lace stitch, only the Opera length gloves incorporate diminishing cables set between the lace repeats.
The matching cowl features the Amphora Lace with a ribbed and ruffled border. The buttoned closure allows for flexible wearing, and minimizes hair trauma!
Garments illustrated were made with alpaca for a luxurious softness and warmth. The pattern is both written and fully charted. Patterns for both the gloves and the cowl are included in this pattern.
Brown Opera Gloves and buttoned Cowl Set: Artesano Alpaca 4 ply, shade SNF33 Cocoa, 3 balls (150g, 555 m total) exactly.
Opera Gloves only - 2 balls (100g or 370m).
Cowl only - 2 balls (100g or 370m) and 6 buttons.
White Elbow Length Gloves: here in Classic Elite Fresco, natural ivory
150 m / 50 g hank, 100 g or 300 metres (328 yards) required.
Blue Mid-length Gloves: were made with Mystic Alpaca 4 ply in royal blue
180 m / 50 g ball , 50 g or 180m (196 yards) required.
Size is adjustable by way of needle size and gauge.
Gloves require 2.25mm (size s/m) or 2.5mm (size m/l) needles.
Cowl uses a series of needles: 3.25 for the main piece and 3.25, 4.0, and 5.0 mm needles
This listing is for the knitting pattern to make a pair of fingerless gloves to fit ladies or teen girls.
One size fits most.
You will not recieve a pair of gloves or cowl.
What you are buying is the digital file (pdf) which you can view on your computer or print out. Detailed instructions, photographs and hand knitting charts are included in the pdf file.
You should be familiar with knitting in the round, cables, basic lace knitting and basic glove construction as well as familiarity with reading charts.
You can see more about this pattern on Ravelry. Look for me there as HeathcoteRoad!
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