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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 ...

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Uno

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic knitting skills including simple cables and knitting in the round.

Pattern Description:

Uno is a beautiful, single cable glove that is elegant in its simplicity. These would make perfect gifts (if you can bear to part with them!) They are designed to be a simple introduction to gloves and cables 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.

The glove comes in 2 sizes (6"-7" and 7"-8" hand circumference), advice on adjusting for other sizes is also given in the pattern.

This pattern is available individually and also as a collection with Tawny Owl and Take a Bow. 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 7GBP saving you 2GBP at checkout.


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

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit small (6"-7") and regular (7"-8") hand circumference.


  • 100g Aran weight yarn (Pictured is Artesano Alpaca Aran in Pine (50% Alpaca, 50% Peruvian Highland Wool, 132m/100g))
  • 5mm and 5.5mm (US#8 and 9) dpns or circular needle (or size required to achieve gauge).

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 stitch markers
  • Cable needle (optional)
  • Waste yarn or stitch holder
  • Darning needle

Suggested yarn:

100 meters of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Artesano Alpaca Aran



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