My friend Marce and I were sitting at knitting group one night, discussing all the fun we’d had at Stitches Midwest last year. I’d taken a class from the superbly fabulous Ginger Luters on mitered squares and was showing off my class handiwork. Suddenly, Marce snatched up one of the larger mitered squares and placed it at an angle across her hand. “There!” she exclaimed, “Wouldn’t that make a wonderful fingerless glove?” And so, at her urging, Angularities were born. With a base of a four-square miter, and a body of k1, p1 rib, this pattern is intriguing enough to keep you interested, and fast enough to finish in a snap! The ribbing enables the pattern to fit a wide range of sizes, and can be knit as long or as short as the wearer desires.
Length: 12 inches long from tip to cuff
Circumference: 9 ½ inches around forearm (unstretched)
- MC Lang Yarns Jawoll Color 75% Wool, 18% Nylon, 7% Acrylic, 206 yards per 50 gram skein color: 0081 Turquoise; 1 skein
- CC Tess’ Designer Yarns Super Socks & Baby 80% Merino Wool, 20% Nylon, 450 yards per 100 gram skein color: Bahama Bay; 1 skein
- US 1/2.25 mm double pointed needles
- US 1/2.25 mm straight needles
- 3 stitch markers
- Blunt Needle
30ts/38 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
Knitting a set of your own? We’d love to have you come join Club Sexy and show us what you’ve got!