After may interruptions, I have finally completed the update to the Herringbone Rib fingerless gloves. I did knit them again, but decided to stick to the original photography because the colors show the pattern better than the darker yarn I used this time around, though the finished products are very pretty and perfect for fall. I am excited to have included a full pattern chart for the glove body and gusset increases, which I think help visualize what is happening in a way that is easier to follow than just reading the pattern. I hope you enjoy!
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Bonus: here are some pictures of the new gloves I knit to test the pattern.
This pattern is a fun textured fingerless glove with stripes that move between two colors. The pattern includes directions for a shorter and longer version of the cuff as shown. These gloves also have a nice amount of stretch thanks to the ribbed pattern.
Needles: Size US 3 dpn
Yarn: Worsted weight – 2 colors.
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I wanted to explore a few new techniques and play with the shape and texture of the gloves. The result was this pattern for Trellis gloves. It utilizes size 4 & 8 needles to create a finer ribbed section and decorative picot edging. I hope you enjoy!
Pattern was updated 01/22/13.
Here is the last pattern in the series, Gingerbread Icing Fingerless Gloves. These knit up quick and match the pattern for the hat.
This pattern was corrected and updated on 03/10/12.