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Cinnamon Sticks Fingerless Gloves

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Seize the day, or your morning latte, with Cinnamon Sticks Fingerless Gloves. They are the ultimate merging of practicality and style, providing warmth while keeping your fingers agile. The understated post stitch design, reminiscent of piles of cinnamon sticks, works equally well in bright variegated yarns or more subtle shades. Enjoy the satisfaction of a quick project and fabulous accessory. Stitch Diagrams Included. Pattern is written for size Medium with changes for (Large) in parentheses. Finished Measurements 6 (7) inches [15 (18) cm] circumference and 6 (6) inches [15 (15) cm] long, unstretched 130 (145) yds of sport weight yarn Video Tutorials for stitches used are available on the Poetry in Yarn Youtube channel BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY dc, post stitches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Pattern is written for size Medium with changes for (Large) in parentheses. Finished Measurements 6 (7) inches [15 (18) cm] circumference and 6 (6) inches [15 (15) cm] long, unstretched SUGGESTED YARN 130 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Malabrigo Arroyo COLORWAY English Roses

Recommended with this pattern

  • 130 (145) yds of sport weight yarn
  • G/6 (4.00 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

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Poetry in Yarn
Poetry in Yarn
Lindsey Stephens brings her love for teaching into everything she does. After all, she has a degree in mathematics and is a certified mathematics instructor! A member of the Crochet Guild of America and TNNA, she puts her knowledge, creativity and technical savvy to work as a tech editor and designer. You can find her incredible design collection featured on her blog, Poetry in Yarn, as well as many of her patterns in respected magazines such as Crochet World and Koigu.