by: Tall Yarns
This pattern is for fingerless gloves only.
The gloves are knitted in a 4/2 rib pattern with twisted knit stitches. The twisted knit stitches get wrapped at intervals as you knit, which makes for the unusual bamboo-like lines along the glove when unworn. When you put the glove on, the lines change into pumpkin-like circles.
- 50 gr of Soliloquy AlpacaBoo or MerinoSilk is enough to knit a pair of gloves
- Great pattern for gift knitting
- Ribbed knit allows for wide variety of sizes.
Difficulty: Intermediate knitters
Measurements: The pattern fits a wide variety of hand sizes (from adult size 6 ladies up to a size 9 men)
Materials: 50 gr of Soliloquy Sock Lace (AlpacaBoo or MerinoSilk
Metreage: 250 - 300 m per pair
Tension: 40 sts and 56 rows measure 10 x 10 cm. in st.st
Notions: one set of five 2.0 mm dpn’s (if necessary use bigger or smaller to achieve the right gauge), 2 stitch holders or some waste yarn
Optional: stitch markers
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