Take a Bow

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Take a Bow Pattern


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Knitting: Take a Bow
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Take a Bow Black and Neutral Bow
Take a Bow Teal and Pine Bow

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Take a Bow is a cute glove that's full of fun. These would make perfect gifts (if you can bear to part with them!) The colour of the bow can change the whole feel of the glove and it is so simple to make and change the bows that there's no reason for you to ever get bored of these gloves!

These are designed to be a simple introduction to gloves for a beginner but I hope will also appeal to the more experienced knitter looking for quick but beautiful patterns to knit for gifts. You can easily knock out a pair in an evening, making them wonderful for the busy Christmas knitter.

Glove will fit a 6.5"-7.5" hand circumference and easy adjustments for other sizes are given in pattern.

This pattern is available individually and also as a collection with Tawny Owl and Uno. I don't believe Craftsy is set up to do promotions but if you visit my ravelry page you can get all 3 patterns for 7 saving you 2 at checkout.


18st and 25 rows to 4" in stockinette stitch using
largest needle size.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit a 6.5"-7.5" hand circumference.


  • 5.0mm (US#8) and 5.5mm (US#9) Needles (DPNs or circular)
  • 100g Aran weight yarn (Pictured is Artesano Alpaca Aran in Deep Teal (50% Alpaca, 50% Peruvian Highland Wool, 132m/100g))
  • 4g Aran weight yarn in a contrasting colour

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 stitch markers
  • Waste yarn or stitch holder
  • Darning needle

Suggested yarn:

100 meters of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Artesano Alpaca Aran



About Designer

About Designer

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I love the creativity of knitting and enjoy exploring new colours, fibres and techniques. I learnt to knit when I was five (I think!) from my mum and grandparents, since then I haven't stopped! As an experienced knitter I take a lot of time and care over my knitting patterns to ensure that they are as accessible as possible to newer knitters, you will often find helpful hints, tips and ideas ...

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