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Fingerless Fun

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Intermediate

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  • Seamless

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If you have seen my Entrelac Knitting class here on Craftsy, you know I love entrelac and love trying out new ideas. These fingerless mitts were originally knit as a quick way to test an idea for a project that was included in my book, Entree to Entrelac. I have since found myself wearing the mitts often and decided it was time to make them their own pattern. Unique construction techniques are used to form the thumb gussets, but the result is a very wearable mitt. To make them symmetrical, we reverse the units. A great project to to make for yourself or give as a gift. And for you, a fun way to expand your knitting and entrelac skills! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Familiarity with seamless entrelac Familiary with felting (optional) Flexible BO method such as Jeny's Suprisingly Stretchy Bind-Off GAUGE 28 sts & 40 row = 4" (10cm) in Stockinette - in either sport weight or lace weight held triple strand SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Will fit most adult size hands SUGGESTED YARN 500 yards of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Malabrigo Lace

Recommended with this pattern

  • 250 yds in each of two colors - Lace weight OR
  • 90 yds in each of two colors - Sport weight
  • 3.5mm (US #4) DPN - set of 5

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Knitability, LLC
Knitability, LLC
Gwen Bortner (@EntrelacQueen) teaches knitting techniques at workshops and conferences across the country. She's been published in Knitter's Magazine, Creative Knitting and lots of other places. You can find Gwen's patterns, books, classes and thoughts on life on her website, Knitability, and her blog, The Same Stitch. When she's not on the road, she lives with her husband, Arlis, in Le Grand, Calif., in a farmhouse built in 1902 by her great-grandfather.