apropos by Cheryl Niamath


by Cheryl Niamath
28 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in cable rib pattern, measured with fabric fully stretched
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
220 yards (201 m)
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Fingerless gloves are very useful accessories. They keep your hands warm while you work in a chilly office, browse at a used book store or play the saxophone in the park. They are fun to knit because they don’t involve a big commitment of time or yarn, and one size fits most so you can make them for yourself or give them away as gifts and feel confident that they’ll fit the person who’s going to wear them. The allover baby cable-rib pattern provides extra warmth without adding bulk. They’re thin enough to allow unrestricted movement, but still warm enough for a West-Coast winter.
Difficulty: intermediate
Finished measurements: 61/2”/16.5cm wrist circumference, 6”/15cm hand circumference. These gloves are quite
stretchy and will fit up to 9”/23cm circumference comfortably.
81/2”/21cm long