Guinevere by Julia Mueller
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January 2010
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
US 1 - 2.25 mm
421 yards (385 m)

Please note:
As my dayjob doesn’t leave me enough time to come up with something new and a EU law concerning VAT tax coming into effect in 2015 makes selling digital goods rather complicated, I chose to close my business & put everything I designed so far online for free.
Have fun with it. BUT: There will be no email support when you have problems/questions, as I won’t be around anymore.



Guinevere is not your usual pair of gloves. Start at the tip of the thumb, follow her through lacy regions to the fingertips and up the arm. Learn a new way to knit gloves or tackle your fear to knit your first ever pair. There is no better way to show off your knitting skills than a beautifully crafted pair like these and it’s also a handy way to use some treasured sock yarn that you can’t bear to wear out on your feet.

The pattern includes two versions (a longer and a shorter one) and 3 sizes:

Size // Hand circumference
S // 18 cm (7”)
M // 19 cm (7.5”)
L // 20,5 cm (8”)

These gloves are knit using the “magic loop” method, however you can use double pointed needles or two circular needles if you prefer.