Norwegian heart fingerless gloves


Norwegian heart fingerless gloves Pattern


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Knitting: Norwegian heart fingerless gloves
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cast on
  • icord cast of, or other cast of
  • reading knitting diagrams
  • knitting on double pointed needles in the round
  • knitting two-color patterns
  • increase
  • pick up stitches
  • knit

Pattern Description:

This fingerless glove is inspired by Norwegian knitting tradition. Pieces of the pattern can be found on Norwegian mittens, and others are designed especially for this particular glove. Piecing up patterns, rearranging them and adding your own special details, has been part of Norway's knitting culture for centuries. I am very proud to take part in this tradition.

I hope you enjoy knitting this fingerless glove as much as I enjoyed creating it.

If you study the pattern closely you will find that it resembles my favorite snack, the Norwegian waffle.


2 inches x 2 inches = 20 sts x 20 rows
knitted in pattern using Lana Gatto Perlata d'australia

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits a small to medium hand. Can easily be adjusted by using a lager needle size or a thicker yarn.


  • double pointed needles US size 0/ EU 2 mm
  • 2 colors of light fingering yarn approximately 25 grams of each color

You Will Also Need:

  • You may want to use a place marker, but this is optional

Suggested yarn:

150 meters of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lana Gatto Perlata d'Australia


blue, white

About Designer

About Designer

lisa.revheim on

I am a small scale designer. I love the traditional Norwegian style, and I am often inspired by this. In my online store I sell my patterns, and luxurious merino hand knitting yarn. If you want to contact me you can write me an e-mail at

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