The Sportsman

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The Sportsman Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Men, Boys

Item:

Gloves

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting in-the-round

Pattern Description:

I am delighted to present a magic loop version of the knitted fingerless glove. There are so few men's/boys' patterns available online, and this may be the only one that uses a single cable needle in place of multiple DPNS or knitting two halves of a glove and having to stitch them together. If you are familiar with the magic loop method, then this glove pattern will be a cinch! If not, a link to an online tutorial is provided in the pattern to get you started.

This is a pattern for The Sportsman Gloves, a stunningly easy-to-knit glove pattern. The pattern is written using light fingering weight wool, but any light fingering weight yarn would work just as well. Needle size required is a US 2 circular with a 24-inch cable. Pattern requires between 180 yds. and 235 yds. light fingering weight yarn, depending on size of glove.

Gauge:

9 stitches by 10 rows = 1 inch (stockinette)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • small, medium, large, extra-large

Materials:

  • US #2 (2.75 mm) circular needles (24-inch cable)
  • US #2 (2.75 mm) circular needles (12- to 16-inch cable) optional

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle
  • waste yarn

Suggested yarn:

235 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Peruvian or Highland wool

About Designer

About Designer

Keya Kuhn on craftsy.com
Zibeline Knits
by Keya Kuhn
Georgia, United States
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As a knitter with 3 decades of knitting passion, I am awed and inspired by the creative processes of knitting, spinning, designing, and dying! My patterns have been published across the best of the internet craft sites and in print, particularly in collaboration with KnitPicks.com and are also available from my artisan yarn company, Cedar Hill Farm Company, on Etsy and Ravelry.

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