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Simple Isles: Fingerless Gloves

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Simple Isles: Fingerless Gloves
Simple Isles: Fingerless Gloves
Simple Isles: Fingerless Gloves
Simple Isles: Fingerless Gloves

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Fair Isle style knitting
  • Cast on, bind off, knit, purl
  • How to finish off knit work

Pattern Description:

To me, this pattern represents the simplicity of a flower or snow against the blue sky (depending on the colors chosen). Without individual fingers to knit, this pattern works up very quickly and makes a great gift.

If you don't use Caron Simply Soft, use a flexible worsted weight yarn. For maximum comfort, do not use a stiff yarn like Red Heart Super Saver.

This pattern comes with written out instructions as well as a chart.

Sizing: One size fits most for medium and small women's hands.


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-Unlimited prints for personal use
-Access to any revisions of this pattern
-License to create as many items as you wish
-Ability to do with the finished item(s) what you wish (including sell with credit to me, the designer, including my shop address.)
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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits most
  • 6" x 3" x .5" when folded

Materials:

  • 1 Skein "White" Caron Simply Soft Yarn
  • 1 Skein "Black" Caron Simply Soft Yarn
  • 1 Skein "Soft Blue" Caron Simply Soft Yarn
  • Tapestry Needle
  • 4 or 5 US Size 5 Double Pointed Needles (3.75 mm)

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Caron Simply Soft
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$3.99

Beginner
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Women
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I started crafting when my mother shared her love of crafting with me when I was little. She always inspired me to do my best and to be creative. Now, I enjoy crafting as a creative outlet and love ...

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