Gloves for a Spring Wedding by Susan Crawford

Gloves for a Spring Wedding

June 2010
Skein Queen Blush
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
S, M, L
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These dainty gloves are just the thing for a spring or summer
wedding. Knitted in a standard 4 ply yarn and taking less than
100 gm to make a pair, these gloves also make excellent
presents. Try knitting them in white cotton for a high summer effect or in colours to complement your entire wardrobe!

This pattern is available in 2 sizes S−M and M−L. Hand and finger length is fully adjustable so it is only hand width that
needs to be considered. The gloves are knitted in one piece throughout and in the round from palm of glove. Fingers are also knitted in the round for minimal seaming.

This pattern is part of my Vintage Gifts to Knits booklet which is available now either as an e-book or as a printed booklet or the patterns can be purchased individually as PDFs via ravelry.

Errata on Left Glove as follows:

Row 5: K12(17), PM, kfb, k4, kfb, PM, K4, YO, sl1 k2tog, psso, yo, K9, rep from once more, K to end.

Continue as for right glove, working lace pattern to fit new position, remembering number of stitches worked at beginning of round will alter.

First Finger Placement

K to within 7(8) sts of first marker, SM, K14(16), place all remaining sts other than 14(16) just knitted onto waste yarn. CO 4sts across finger space. (18,20 sts).

Altered text highlighted in bold. A new pdf will be available from August 2010 with these corrections made.