Audrey Fingerless Gloves by Leedra Scott

Audrey Fingerless Gloves

August 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 17 rows = 2 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
125 - 140 yards (114 - 128 m)
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This is the child’s glove to match the adult Lindsey Fingerless Gloves pattern.

Both patterns are available in eBook form. Photos show both pairs modeled by Lindsey and Audrey.

This pattern does not teach stranded knitting. It is a stranded design fully charted for each hand, with written instructions to go with the charts.

This pattern is great for using some fingering weight leftovers because of the small amount of yarn for each color.

The thumbs are asymmetrical with the colors in the thumb gusset just a little different in each thumb.

The pattern is written for a child. (Pictured here Audrey is almost 6 years old.)

These gloves may be knit with either double points or circulars in the length you prefer (magic loop or short circular).

β€’ Fingering weight yarn in 3 colors
β€’ Color One - 60 yards
β€’ Color Two - 50 yards
β€’ Color Three - 30 yards
β€’ Small amount of waste yarn for thumb gussets

β€’ US5 (3.75mm) double point needles
β€’ US5 (3.75mm) circular; length preferred (optional)
β€’ Stitch markers
β€’ Darning needle

β€’ Stockinette flat; not blocked / 2 inches = 11 stitches, 17 rows

Techniques Used:
β€’ Knit in the round, with double point needles or magic loop
β€’ Stranded knitting - using two colors in the same round
β€’ Stitches used, knit, purl, k2tog, skpo, M1L and M1R
β€’ Pick up stitches to complete thumb

Additional Pattern Details:
β€’ Detailed knitting instructions in a professionally designed layout
β€’ File size: 431 KB
β€’ 4 pages, full color
β€’ Tested and edited

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