Cold house, warm hands by Liza Furr

Cold house, warm hands

Knitting
December 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
US 11 - 8.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
One size
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These fingerless gloves are great if you have some leftover yarn after knitting StevenBe’s Wooly Mammoth Super Shrug--they’ll keep your hands warm while the shrug keeps your back warm.

Gauge isn’t too important because the ribbing stretches to fit many sizes of hands, but if you need to make them smaller or larger you can cast on fewer or more stitches--just make sure to cast on an even number.

Yarns:
° one super bulky yarn (less than 30 meters)
° one worsted weight boucle or one worsted weight non- boucle yarn plus one lace-weight boucle (less than 100 meters)

Notions
° size 11 needles suitable for working in the round (two circulars or four DPNs)
° size 7 needles suitable for working in the round (two circulars or four DPNs)
° stitch marker (optional but recommended)
° row counter
° yarn needle for weaving in ends