Bella's Fingerless Gloves by Stitch-n-Snitch

Bella's Fingerless Gloves

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February 2008
DK (11 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
in Rib Pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 10 - 6.0 mm
120 - 123 yards (110 - 112 m)
one size
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I discovered Twilight on December 1, 2007. I picked the paperback up on a whim as I checked out at the local discount store, basically because I anticipated having a bit of vacation time on my hands at the end of the month, and also because I hadn’t read anything new and good since the seventh Harry Potter book came out. I mentally prepared myself to be disappointed with the series, so I didn’t pick up the sequels at the time. There was no way that Twilight could live up to all of the hype that surrounded it, right? WRONG.

I started reading that night after I put my kids in bed, and I finished it in less than four hours. Before I could even think about getting to a store and buying New Moon, I had to read Twilight again. It was at this point that I wished there was something I could knit that was Twilight related, so I searched the internet for patterns. I didn’t find much, and what I did find I thought was a little too “young” for my taste.

I wanted to knit something that would whisper “I love Twilight” to those who were familiar with the book, but that would also look sophisticated and would be wearable on a daily basis. Think of them as gloves with a secret life. To the uninitiated, these look like basic fingerless gloves with a fancy crescent design on the hand. To those who are “in the know” about Twilight, though, the gloves reveal their true design: a representation of Bella’s scar from James’s bite.

I’ve had a few questions as to why I chose to knit the gloves in a rich blueberry color. Edward prefers Bella in blue, so that’s my rationale. :)

The larger needle is used to insure a stretchy bind off. If you already bind off loosely, you may not need the larger needle.

You will use all but a few yards of one skein of Merino Style. Be sure to buy more yarn if you are worried you might run out!

The following skills/stitches are used in the pattern: using double point needles, knit, purl, k2tog, ssk, yo

Pattern instructions are written out row by row.

This pattern is for your personal use only. Items made from this pattern may not be sold by you on Etsy or any other internet site.