Athena Convertible Gloves by Shehla Ahmed

Athena Convertible Gloves

Knitting
February 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
220 - 445 yards (201 - 407 m)
Women's medium, large
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These knitted gloves are convertible, meaning they have half fingers and a top that can flip up to become mittens or down so you can use your fingers. These are only available in women’s medium size at the moment, but an experienced glove knitter will be able to increase or decrease them to small and large sizes too. The pattern is simple and a color yarn does most of the work. You can either make these one at a time or work them two at a time and then separate to work the fingers and caps for each glove. The PDF includes instructions on everything including pictures to walk you through the process!

The PDF is 6 pages long and includes the following:
SIZING: Women’s Medium
GAUGE
SKILLS USED: a short list of the techniques that go into this pattern.
MATERIALS: what I used and recommend.
FULL PATTERN
STEP-BY-STEP PICTURES: I took pictures of each step to guide you through the pattern.