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Darting Diagonals Fingerless Gloves


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Comfortable and cozy, featuring a clean modern look, the Darting Diagonals Fingerless Gloves (Mitts, Handwarmers, Gauntlets) are the perfect fall, winter, and spring accessory. They wear beautifully with all sorts of cold weather outfits and are also a great choice for slipping on for extra toasty comfort while in the office, at home, or in your studio. This project is a great choice for advanced beginners. Knit on straight needles and seamed (complete illustrated instructions are provided), it does not require use of DPNs. As a one-skein project, it's excellent for taking along on your travels. A quick project, it's perfect for gift-giving. Complete instructions are provided for TWO (2) sizes, to cover women's hand sizes Small - X-Large, and men's hand sizes Small-Medium. Tips for more size variations are also provided. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl GAUGE 22 sts = 4" (10cm) (in Pattern stitch) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Size A: Fits women's hand size Small-Medium; men's hand size Small; Finished width: 6.5" (unstretched) (approx.) Size B: Fits women's hand size Large- X-Large, men's hand size Medium; Finished width: 8" (unstretched) (approx.)

Supplies Needed

  • 140 yards (128 meters) of DK/Light Worsted weight yarn (approx.)
  • US 6 (4 mm) 13-14" straight single point needles (or size needed to obtain gauge)
  • tapestry needle

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Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art
Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art
I am a wearable fiber artist and designer-maker of hand-knit and crochet fashion accessories, clothing, and textile jewelry. I have been experimenting with textures, colors, shapes, and drape since 2007. Each piece in my collection is an original design, created entirely by hand, one stitch at a time, in New York. I work almost exclusively with natural materials, including merino wool, baby alpaca, silk, cashmere, and fine cottons. I exhibit my designs at juried contemporary fine craft & design shows, including American Craft Council Show, CraftBoston, and others. In Fall 2014 I will be part of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Featured in numerous print and online publications, my work was honored with the 2014 NICHE Award in Fashion Accessories.