Victorian Inspired Fingerless gloves...
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Spend a day knitting these ultra feminine, yet cozy wrist warmers for yourself or a friend!
Blue Knifty Knitter
Cream Colored Yarn
Pattern: (Please read disclaimer at the bottom of this post before knitting any of the patterns on this site)
Chain Cast on with 2 strands of Cream Yarn (used as one)
Rows 1-3: Rib Stitch (K1, P1, K1, P1, repeat around)
Row 4: P1 (skip 1, WYIF, P1) around
Row 5: knit around
Row 6: P2 (skip 1, WYIF, P1) repeat around
Row 7: knit around
Row 8: P1 (skip 1, WYIF, P1) around
NOTE: Rows 9-14, at peg 24, reverse direction and knit back to peg one. This will form your thumb hole.
Lengthen this process if you want a larger thumb opening.
Row 9: knit around
Row 10: reverse directions, P2 (skip 1, WYIF, P1) around
Row 11: reverse directions, knit around
Row 12: reverse directions, P1 (skip 1, WYIF, P1)
Row 13: reverse directions, knit around
Row 14: reverse directions, P2 (skip 1, WYIF, P1)
Stop reversing direction here (unless you want larger hole for thumb)
Rows 15-27 (Repeat rows 9 through 12) DO NOT reverse direction!
Rows 28-37: e-wrap knit stitch
Row 38: Purl
Row 39: Knit
Row 40: Purl
Row 41: Knit
Row 42: Purl
Row 43: Knit
Chain one bind off
Weave in ends
-Using 1 strand of cream yarn and needle, loosely sew a gathering stitch at top of glove. Place glove on and tighten around hand, leave loose enough that you can comfortably pull glove on and off. knot. weave in ends.
-Repeat just above where the e-wrap knit stitches start.
Sew on buttons
Sew on lace
|I will probable tack down the bottom of the lace!|
Thanks For Reading!
Disclaimer: I have made every effort to ensure that these instructions are accurate and complete. I cannot, however, be reponsible for human error, typographical mistakes, or variations in individual work. I am not a professional pattern writer. Although these patterns have been tested by me, they are still considered test patterns because they have not been done by a large group of knitters. They are being shared free for this reason. Please knit these patterns at your own risk.
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