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Blümchen Fingerless Gloves

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Knitting pattern for fingerless gloves

Fingerless gloves are my favorite accessory – and also my favorite piece to knit because they offer so many varieties of constructing them. These are knitted flat and in garter stitch. One edge of the row is the thumb and the mitt shaped around it in short rows. The flower pattern is done in intarsia technique. The piece starts with a provisional CO and is finished by grafting in garter stitch. After grafting the side seams are sewn up.

Since this is an intarsia project with three colours that also uses short rows, it can be quite fiddly. It is NOT a beginner pattern.

The pattern PDF is 15 pages long and contains
  • written row-by-row instructions for knitting a glove in one size (16-18 cm in diameter and 18-20 cm in height) – including eight photos of the different stages
  • pattern chart
  • short photo tutorials for the following techniques: provisional CO with a crochet hook and how to undo it, grafting in garter stitch, short rows with wrap and turn and picking up the wraps, intarsia knitting, weaving in yarn while carrying it (backwards and forwards)
  • step-by-step explanations with photos of undoing the provisional CO in this pattern (i.e. catching stitches in different colours) and grafting with colour changes
You will get a PDF (4MB) file
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