Toketee by M K Nance
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Toketee

Knitting
June 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
46 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in k1tbl, p1 ribbing
US 0 - 2.0 mm
260 - 380 yards (238 - 347 m)
S[M, L] to fit 6 1/2-7 1/4[7 1/4-8, 8-8 7/8] inches/ 16.5-18.5[18.5-20.5, 20.5-22.5] cm circumference at knuckles
This pattern is available for free.

These gloves are named after a waterfall in Oregon. Toketee is a Chinook Jargon meaning graceful. These glove will lend an air of practical grace while wearing them. The twisted ribbing adds insulation and allows for ease of movement. The twisted stitches help the cuff fit snugly and some visual interest.

Waterfalls, like Toketee, are sacred spaces. It’s easy to lose yourself in the cascade of water, the sounds and beauty of gravity and grace colliding.

The key was left off the Knitty version. It is presently the last photo on this page. (Knitty page was updated August 9th, 2016.)

Index Finger Tips (both left and right small size error)
Decrease Round: K1tbl, p3tog 33, 3 times, k 0(0, 1) tbl, p 0(0, 1) . 66, 6 sts
Break yarn and thread through live stitches. Weave in end.