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Swiss Cheese Melts Cold Fingerfree Glove


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These are way fun to create and wear. Perfect for a chilled but not cold day. The holes add some air but the coverage is still there. Wear them one way and then flip them around and don them the opposite way. They are cute worn upside down too! Use up some odds and ends yarn which is always a plus+! The main yarn took me about 62 yards/56 meters which is less than a full ball. The other yarns are leftovers I used up. If you elect to make em solid one ball will do it. One-size will fit all teens and adults. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This is an intermediate+ level of knitting. I assume the creator knows how to knit and purl, cast on, bind off, pick up stitches and understands what a slip stitch is. GAUGE 4 st and 6 rows = 1 inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One size fits teen-adults because of the stretch and the written instructions SUGGESTED YARN 65 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN n/a COLORWAY n/a

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  • For this pattern you will need: worsted weight yarn - that's knitting 4 stitches and 6 rows to an inch. The guage on these is totally forgiving as you may want them more firm than me. I used #7 needles to get that. You will also need a pair of buttons, a tapestry needle and a crochet hook.
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