Don't skid, honey!
There is a whole ideology behind the name for those fingerless gloves.
Ready? Here we go!
My hubby commutes every day and he asked for fingerless gloves so that his hands would be cozy since the moment he got into the car in winter. And here they are.
“Where’s the ideology?” you might ask.
In zigzags! Every time he looks at them he will remember not to drive fast and skid when he’s behind the wheel. And that he has a loving family to come back to.
Tah dah! :-)
Small: to fit average woman’s hand with 17.5-18.5 cm / 7-7.5” circumference.
Width (flat): approx 8.75 cm / 3.5”.
Length: approx 18 cm / 7.25” (without cuff); 24 cm / 9.5” (with cuff).
Large: to fit average man’s hand with 19.5-20.5 cm / 7.75-8.25” circumference.
Width (flat): approx 9.5 cm / 3.75”.
Length: approx 15 cm / 6” (without cuff); 22 cm / 8.75” (with cuff).
It’s important to check the fit of the mitt while knitting, so try it on from time to time.
Small: 1 skein of Colour Adventures Dia Merino DK - 100% merino 231y/100g.
Large: 1 skein of Colour Adventures Dia Worsted - 100% merino 218y/100g.
Small: US 4 - 3.5 mm, double-pointed needles or circular (for magic loop technique), or appropriate size to get gauge,
Large: US 6 - 4.00 mm, double-pointed needles or circular (for magic loop technique), or appropriate size to get gauge.
- some waste yarn and stitch holders (at least two),
- stitch markers (one A and two B),
- tapestry needle for weaving,
- cable needle or a locking stitch marker.
Small: 25 sts x 34 rows in Stockinette Stitch worked in the round (after steam blocking).
Large: 23 sts x 32 rows in Stockinette Stitch worked in the round (after steam blocking).