#251 Kiki Fingerless Gloves
I’ve never been a huge fan of mittens or gloves, but fingerless versions IMHO are way more useful!
Even more so if it gives me an opportunity to knit up something quick and satisfying.
This pair features a beautiful, lacy leaf motif framed by an elegant double cable. Some ribbing on the undersides and some shaping up top allows them to fit your hands and wrists nicely.
Longish length keeps your wrists warm and can be tucked under your coat sleeves. And yet, these fingerless gloves only take one ball of yarn to knit up!
A bargain knit in terms of money and time – woohoo!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The sample pair used up most all of the one ball of Knitpicks Wool of the Andes, including reuse of the gauge swatch yarn. You may wish to purchase extra yarn to allow for knitting a gauge swatch or to be safe, esp. if your gauge does not match the pattern gauge listed below. The 110 yardage amount is NOT padded.
Matching hat pattern #242 Kiki Hat.