Food can be an inspiration for lots of things, and that holds true with this pattern! Dainty little lingonberries rest sublimely near a split cuff. Eyelets dance up one side, giving way to a frilly picot edge that won’t roll back. Gusseted thumbs are simple, yet add a final touch. Fingering weight yarn keeps these gloves light but warm, perfect for those spring days with just a hint of chill. Oh, and you must be warned: knitting them can be addictive.
NOTE: With one 100g ball of yarn, you should be able to knit three pairs of these gloves. My finished pairs have each weighed in at under 30g. :)
Also, if your bobbles don’t rest the way you want them to on the finished gloves, use your yarn needle and some of the yarn from the project to tack them down with a few well-placed stitches.