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Fingerless Gloves

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Cabled Fingerless Gloves

Created in this Craftsy Course

Celtic Cables taught by Carol Feller

Enjoy the knit of the Irish as you follow Carol Feller stitch by stitch to make a flattering cardigan sweater with contemporary Celtic cabling.

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Romantic
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What materials did you use? Lion Brand Superwash Merino Cashmere (72% superwash merino wool, 15% nylon, 13% cashmere).

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What are you most proud of? The fact that I was able to keep my attention throughout the pattern. Many twists and turns on those cable rows!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? It isn't as hard as it looks. Once the cable pattern is mastered, you have pretty much the whole pattern.

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More detailed instructions: Made in the round (I used Magic Loop) with 46 stitches cast on. Cable A pattern is done twice on each round, with an edge stitch on each side (total of 4). 1X1 rib on the top after separating 5 stitches to hold for the thumb. I did not do ribbing on the bottom, but it can made that way. Thumb is 16 stitches (rest picked up around the hole after glove is made), and knit for 4 rounds.

10/18/2012 Flag

Thanks for the directions. I think I will give these a try, they are great!

12/04/2012 Flag

Very clever! Now I know what to do with my leftover yarn from my sweater!

10/21/2012 Flag

Great idea! Would also be a wonderful way of swatching, you get your swatch knit AND some fingerless gloves into the bargain!

10/22/2012 Flag

I do like that idea. My hands are always cold in the winter (even though I live in Arizona), so I can always use them!

10/23/2012 Flag