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"Princess Kelly" fingerless gloves

$1.99

Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Seamed
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

These lightweight fingerless gloves are PERFECT for those chilly mornings. Use them during your morning walks or your drive into work. Created using DK weight yarn and the simple knit stitch, these gloves can be completed in just a few hours. It's a great project for the beginner knitter. Both gloves are knit at the same time ensuring they are the exact same size. These gloves are knit flat using circular needles knitting back and forth. Must be familiar with basic knitting stitches and techniques. The finished gloves measures approximately 3.5" wide X 8" long. THE PATTERN IS AVAILABLE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.

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Peartree Knitting
I create easy to follow knitting patterns for your home and family. My knitting journey all began when my mother taught me how to knit when I was about 9 years old – how to cast on and the knit and purl stitches. I would knit scarves and blankets for my dolls but my mother would always cast off my projects for me. At that age, I couldn’t quite grasp how to do it. I gave up knitting when I no longer had dolls to make things for. Fast forward to 2014. My mother passes away and I suddenly have this huge desire to knit again. With a little help from my best friend, I managed to remember what my mother taught me (and learn how to cast off) and away I went. That was just over 4 years ago now and I absolutely LOVE knitting! There’s no stopping in sight! The pattern writing? Well I began writing patterns very soon after I started knitting again. I would always be on Pinterest and see items I liked but not find a pattern for them or the pattern seemed too difficult. So, I ended up taking what knitting knowledge I had and creating the item how it made sense to me. I began writing out instructions for these items for friends that would ask, and from those instructions emerged my patterns. Now whenever I create something new, I write a pattern for it. I try to make my patterns as easy to follow as possible (I consider them beginner/intermediate patterns), but am always available to answer any questions you may have, so please feel free to contact me.