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Annlina. Free Knitting Pattern 90664AD Greenwich Gauntlets. Custom Fit Fingerless Mitts. Wrist Warmer Knitting Pattern - Generator - Knitting News Cast. Evenstar Gloves | audreym’s occasional blog. I’ve now knitted a second pair of these, and written up the pattern as I’ve gone along. There are some minor changes from the originals, but the finished glove is pretty much the same. Click here to download the pattern pdf (updated 15 May 11, download now includes chart). As usual, please note that some rights are reserved and in particular that no commercial use is permitted. 29 January ’10: this pattern is now also available as a free ravelry download 29 August ’10: a chart is now available for the cable pattern, thanks to the very wonderful geneticsgirl - click for chart 15 May ’11: pdf download now includes geneticsgirl’s chart; pattern also now available in Italian, very many thanks to ravelry user Ekeloa for the translation These long, fingerless gloves were originally created during our Lord of the Rings extended editions watch-a-thon, and are inspired by Arwen as I imagine her from the books.

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Fingerless Gloves Knitting Patterns: {33 Freebies. Nagellack. It’s a gauntlet and a mitten. Size To fit women’s size Medium hand – approximately 7” around x 12 1/2” long (with finger cap over fingers) Materials 2 hanks Berroco Peruvia Quick (100 grs), #9152 Saddle Brown 1 set (4) double pointed knitting needles (dpn), size 11 (8.00 mm) OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE Crochet hook, size 5.50 mm (I) 2 St markers< Tapestry needle Two 1” buttons Gauge 12 sts = 4”; 16 rnds = 4” in St st Mitten (Make 2) With dpn’s, cast on 32 sts. Seed St: Rnd 1: * K1, p1, rep from * around. Rnd 2: * P1, k1, rep from * around. Eyelet Rnd: * K2, yo, k2 tog, rep from * around – 32 sts. Thumb Gusset: Next Rnd: Drop 1st marker, K1, place marker, M1k, k2, M1k, place marker, k to end – 30 sts. Hand: K1, drop 1st marker, sl next 6 sts onto a piece of waste yarn, drop 2nd marker, cast on 2 sts, k to end, place marker for beg of rnd – 28 sts.

Thumb: With RS facing, sl 6 sts from waste yarn onto dpn’s, dividing sts on 3 needles. Finger Cap (Make 2) With dpn’s, cast on 32 sts. Finishing. Ishbel & Elena Mitts | Exchanging Fire. These fingerless mitts were inspired when a friend’s search for a matching pattern to go with her newly knit Ishbel Beret was unsuccessful. After helping to turn over the last stone on the Internet, I decided there was nothing left to do but write up a pattern for her.

The mitts come in two forms – Ishbel and Elena – the Scottish and Slovakian forms of my two new cousins’ names and a nod to our shared heritage. Just like the sisters they are named after, both designs feature the same traditional vine lace pattern, but with a slight visual difference – one stands up straight while the other meanders along the wrist. Each flows into the parallel lines of a razorshell lace panel over the back of the hand. Three sizes are available for these mitts: petite/small (6/6.5 inches), medium/large (7/7.5 inches) and extra-large (8/8.5 inches). While this pattern is designed to be knit with fingering weight (4-ply) yarn, you can easily substitute a light fingering (3-ply) weight. Like this: Mikado Ribbon Fingerless Gloves - free knitting pattern from Crystal Palace Yarns. Designed by Cathy Campbell (Intermediate Level) Size: one size fits all Materials: Crystal Palace Yarns Mikado Ribbon, 3 ballsCrystal Palace Bamboo Double-Pointed Needles, US #5 & 7 Note:Click here for another pair of Mikado Fingerless gloves, a shorter style with buttons also designed by Cathy Campbell.

Gauge: 22 sts = 4" over St st Abbreviations: CO=cast on BO=bind off k=knit p-purl sl=slip st=stitch St st=Stockinette stitch K2 tog=knit 2 stitches together knitwise ssk=slip one st knitwise, then slip the next st knitwise, then put left needle into fronts of these 2 sts and knit together Rnd=round Pattern Cable Stitch: (to be worked between stitch markers)Rnd 1 (Cable Rnd): p3, sl 2 and hold in back with cable needle, k2, k the 2 slipt sts, sl next 2 st and hold in front with cable needle, k2, k the 2 slipt sts, p3.Rnd 2-12: p3, k8, p3.

Note: You begin the glove by working 2" in rib, then one rnd to place markers, then begin the Pattern Cable Stitch. Designed by Cathy Campbell. Foliage Lace Mitts | Sassy Cupcake. As you may have seen in my last post, I have been working on a lace shawl. I began knitting it last summer but was a bit too frustrated with the pace of knitting lace (slow) as well as the amount of concentration required for such an endeavor (lots). I put it away with the best intentions of coming back to it at some point. That point happened to be a full year later on the eve before I embarked to California. I hadn’t been knitting anything, and decided that I needed a project to work on while waiting in airports, train stations, or needed some downtime. I remembered this little number that was so compact and yet time-intensive. Lace, as it turns out, is the perfect travel project.

Alas, after all of the progress I have made on said shawl, the weather is turning colder and I am hearing the beckoning call of worsted weight yarn. You remember the time I was without internet? Foliage Lace Mitts These cozy mitts are embellished with a lacy foliage stitch. Gague- 6 sts/inch Needles- US 5 DPNs. Thumbs Up Gloves « purls of wisdom. Christmas is right around the corner which means it’s already Christmas knitting season. And what’s on every girl’s Christmas list this season? – Fingerless gloves. Well, I’ve combined my loves of Paton’s Angora Bamboo yarn and fingerless gloves with my dislike of double pointed needles to create these quick gifts – the Thumbs up Gloves. The perfect accessory for thumb wresting, hitchhiking and bad dance moves.

They’re a nice quick project since they’re knit flat and then seamed, – you’ll only have to use DPNs for the thumbs. I wrote up the pattern in a nice little .pdf for ya right here – Thumbs Up Gloves Grab your needles, whip up a few pairs of these gloves for your friends and family and see if you don’t get a big thumbs up. Like this: Like Loading... Codename Wintergreen | Knitting Glasses. What can I say, I like the spy-fiction feel to the name, and there’s already a Wintergreen on Ravelry. So here goes: Codename Wintergreen. What started as a desperate trip to John Lewis to avoid a knit-free Christmas became a swatch, then a cabled cuff, and eventually a pair of fitted fingerless gloves with a slightly silly name.

I’m wearing them everywhere at the moment – they’re perfect for this cold-but-not-that-cold weather when you need something to stop draughts getting inside your coat . They’re made up of an ornate cable cuff with aran braid, twist and twisted rib features, and a stockinette hand with individual cutoff fingers and thumb. Full instructions are given for working the cuff, the increases and the fingers, so they are suitable for an advanced beginner. They’re knit out of a plump, tightly plied sock yarn but I also think they could be knitted at a slightly looser gauge in manly colours with a slightly shortened cuff and make a nice present for the man in your life. Can you CanCan? | twistedloops.