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Journey Gloves

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Intermediate

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  • Cables|Ribbing

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PATTERN DETAILS

...From the Designer's Notebook... There is a common thread woven between every good book I've ever read, every story I've ever heard. It is what carries characters through the pages, taking us with them. But this thread is not only found in the realm of imagination; it binds together every life ever lived on this earth. This thread is known by the name of Journey. And it is this thread that inspired this design with its woven cables. ...Design Elements... Ribbing keeps the edges from rolling, and a reverse-stockinette stitch background makes the cable stand out. A gusseted thumb creates a comfortable fit. Using only 50g of bulky-weight yarn and larger needles make this a great last-minute gift knit for men or women. The cuff can easily be lengthened if desired and still be a 1-skein project. {Photos were taken at Mark of the Potter in Clarkesville, GA. They kindly allowed me to use a lovely mug by one of their in-house potters as a prop. The last photo shows how beautiful the view from the back porch is--even on a cloudy day.} BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl knit in the round use dpn's knit cables ribbing GAUGE 4 sts/5 rows in 1" in Stockinette Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One Size Fits Most Adults SUGGESTED YARN 75 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Berroco Comfort Chunky

Recommended with this pattern

  • set of 4 US9/5.5mm dpn's
  • cable needle
  • darning needle

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Annie Yarn
Annie Yarn
God is the giver of all good things, and I see my knitting talent as a gift from Him. He gave me the mind to understand, the creativity to design, and the hands to work. Through it all, I've met a lot of people, and my hope is that the mark I leave in their life is one of blessing and hope. I began designing just months after I completed my first knitting project, which was a pair of socks I ended up giving to my sister. From there, it's been a long journey filled with laughter, sweat, tears, frustration, joy, and a lot of mathematics. I thank God for all of it, and I look forward to the road before me, knowing it's full of excitement, hard work, and big ideas.