Progressive Gloves: Basic Glove by Pam Allen

Progressive Gloves: Basic Glove

Knitting
October 2003
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
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More of a tutorial than a pattern, this pattern by Pam Allen from Interweave Knits will show you how to make the most perfectly fitting gloves, no matter your yarn choice, gauge, or design preferences.

Directions are given for any yarn and needle size, but for the gloves shown in the article, the specs are listed below..

Yarn: About four ounces (100 g) of yarn. The gloves shown here were knitted with Cascade Lana d’Oro (50% alpaca, 50% wool; 110 yd [100m] / 50 g). Shown in #209 red, #246 orange, #247 gold, and #248 green.

Needles: A set of 5 double-pointed needles of appropriate size for the yarn you’ve chosen. Size 7 (4.5-mm) needles were used for the gloves shown here.

Notions: Stitch markers (m); 2 yards (2 m) smooth cotton waste yarn in a contrasting color; tapestry needle.