Scottish Sanquhar Gloves by Beth Brown-Reinsel

Scottish Sanquhar Gloves

Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 1 - 2.25 mm
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From the website: “The intricately patterned gloves from 19th century Scotland are a joy and a challenge to knit. Full of small geometric patterns and tiny gussets around the fingers and thumb, they are made on double-pointed needles. Explore the many pattern options of both the ribbing and glove body and discuss designing possibilities while knitting a full-sized glove. Learn about yarn dominance and how to manage two yarns at a time, in three different knitting styles as well as reading your knitting, rather than a pattern to create these marvelous gloves.”

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