Fairy Tale Convertible Gloves by Shehla Ahmed
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Fairy Tale Convertible Gloves

Knitting
January 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
Kids (8-10), adult women's sizes in small, medium, large, XL
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The Fairy Tale convertible gloves are fingerless gloves with an added flap that closes to cover the fingers if you want. The pattern comes in several sizes, ranging from kids (8-10yrs) through adult women’s sizes. They are made with one main body color and a band on colorwork across the middle of the hands and on the top of the cap. The hands are made in one piece, and the fingers and thumbs joined and worked as you go. The flap is worked separately, then seamed onto the main part of the hand using provisional cast ons and the Kitchner stitch. All the steps are explained in detail in the PDF, with pictures.

Skill Level: Advanced. I would recommend that you try this pattern if you’ve made a pair of gloves at least once before. It involves shaping and colorwork which might be difficult to handle if this is your first pair. But, follow the instructions and everything should work out fine. Feel free to contact me if you have any trouble!