Ruffled Cuff Eyelet Fingerless Gloves by Leedra Scott

Ruffled Cuff Eyelet Fingerless Gloves

Fingering (14 wpi) ?
12 stitches = 2 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
125 - 175 yards (114 - 160 m)
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These lace gloves are designed to be knit totally in the round, with no seams. These gloves do have asymmetrical thumbs.

The lace is on the top of the hand, starting with a ruffle at the wrist. Ends with seed stitch borders at the fingers and thumb. The palm of the hand is stockinette stitch. I knit my gloves with 9” round needles (but not a requirement for the pattern), but the thumbs finishing does require double point needles.

I originally designed this pattern with Miss Babs Windsor Shadows Sock yarn, but since then have knit in several different fingering weight yarns. I have listed those yarns above. I also list these yarns on the last page of the pattern.

The pattern does not have instructions for the beads, but it is simple. All you do is string 13 beads before casting on. Then on the 4th row of the lace pattern place one bead between the 2 purl stitches in the very middle of the lace design. The lace pattern repeats itself 13 times.

The lace in these gloves matches the lace in my Moebius Eyelet Cowl pattern. Both patterns can be purchased together in an eBook, Heirloom Goods Eyelet Moebius and Fingerless Gloves.

• Adult

• Fingering: Approximately 125 - 175 yards
• Stitch markers
• Darning needle

Needles Used:
• US5 (3.75mm) double point
• US5 (3.75mm) 9” round (not required)

• 3 inches = 18 sts

Techniques Used:
• Basic lace
• Asymmetrical thumb

Additional Pattern Details:
• Includes Chart and chart instructions are also written out
• Detailed knitting instructions in a professionally designed layout
• Tested and edited
• Easy-to-read font, instructions, charts & diagrams
• File size: 592 KB
• A full page chart for each hand
• 6 pages, full color
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