This is a digital file
Worked in the round from the cuff to the knuckles these are an elegant and interesting knit. A decorative lace panel travels along the outside edge of the arm and hand and a mock cable runs along the inside of the arm and gives rise to the thumb gusset. A photo tutorial for the mock cable is included. A small amount of ribbing makes for a good fit. The thumb can be worked in stockinette, or with the mock cable. What about beads? The choice is yours: add them to the lace panel as you knit, sew them on afterwards, or leave them off entirely.
Five sizes: the pattern is fully charted to fit ladies sizes XS to XL.
N.B. The pattern is not written out!
Four lengths: long (main pattern, illustrated) with bonus charts for three-quarter, half, and quarter length gloves.
100 g of sock, 4 ply, or fingering weight wool will make any size or length.
100 g of fingering/4 ply or sock weight yarn
With a ratio of approx. 195m/50g
300 m (330 yds) of fingering yarn should make any size or style option listed.
32 x 48 sts per 10 cm (4 in.) with 2.25mm (UK/CAD 13, US 1) needles
22 beads or crystals
Fewer for shorter length gloves.
2.25 mm (UK/CDN 13, US 1) dpns or a flexible circular needle if you prefer to use the Magic Loop.
Waste yarn or stitch holder.
Stitch markers, one unique one for BOR.
Tapestry needle for sewing away ends.
Crochet hook or beading wire to add beads during.
or sewing needle and thread to attach beads after.
XS, S, M, L, XL
Ladies hand circumference:
15.25, 16.5, 17.8, 19, 20.3 cm
6, 6.5, 7.0, 7.5, 8.0 inches
This listing is for the knitting pattern to make a pair of fingerless gloves to fit ladies or teen girls.
You will not receive a pair of gloves.
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 CorynaBlasko!
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