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Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Beat the autumn chills with these cosy wristwarmers, which feature a mock-cable panel on the front, while a twisted, broken rib on the palm-side ensures a comfortable fit. Use a variegated yarn to really make the pattern stand out, or a solid colourway for a more subtle look.
Knitting: Gloves
These gloves are perfect for showing off beautiful variegated yarns. The pattern includes instructions for long elegant gloves, romantic ruffled gloves and flared wrist cuffs - all sized for woman’s S, M and L.
Knitting: Cowl
When you grow tired of trying to keep scarves and shawls in place on blustery autumn days, this flared neckwarmer offers an elegant alternative. Knitted in the round from the bottom up, it begins with a scalloped edge and grows into an all-over candle flame lace pattern. Knit it in sock yarn at a looser gauge than usual for a fluid fabric that d...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Designed as a birthday gift for my mother, these wristwarmers are a relatively quick and simple project – but with enough details to keep the knitting interesting. The front features a zig zag patterns of slipped, travelling stitches while the palm side is worked in stocking stitch.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
My mum’s x-mas socks for 2011!
Knitting: Ankle Sock
God jul, Ann! :D And thanks for the name. ;)
Knitting: Cowl
An elegant cowl for blustery autumn days.
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
Hand-warming versions of my Chelsea socks! A fingerless wristwarmer option for those who prefer to keep their fingers free, and mittens for knitters in colder climates.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
GRATTIS PÅ FÖDELSEDAGEN, ANN! :D
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I like to keep a small knitting project with me at all times, for those little bits of time that may present themselves unexpectedly (queuing, delays on the Tube, fire drills, waiting outside shop fitting rooms while your friends tries stuff on…). A good portable project should be small enough to fit into a handbag (or coat pocket), easy to memo...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts let the variegated yarn do half the work, creating a subtle stripey effect. The chevron pattern keeps you from falling asleep while knitting, and works beautifully with multi-coloured yarns.
Knitting: Cuffs
Flared little wrist cuffs in softest alpaca. What’s not to like? :)
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Wristers for cable lovers! A quick knit in DK-weight yarn, with lots of cables to keep the knitting interesting.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knitted in softest baby llama, these wristwarmers have mirrored cables on the front, while the palm-side is worked in ribbing and stocking stitch.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knitted in a fine camel yarn (yey – camel! How cool is THAT!?), these wristwarmers have an interesting leaf motif on the front, while the palm-side is worked in twisted, broken rib for a comfortable fit. Since the wristers are fairly light, they are perfect for spring – team them with a denim jacket and say goodbye to winter!
Knitting: Cuffs
Perfect for chilly spring days when you don’t want to wear mittens or gloves, these little bell-shaped lace wristlets are also great for using up all those bits of left-over sock yarn – a pair only uses about 25 grams of fingering weight yarn. A sprinkling of tiny glass beads adds a bit of extra glamour.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Note that instructions given are for approx. size S. (My own ones in the photos are even smaller than that… I have tiny hands and arms). If you need a larger size, try going up a needle size - the stitch pattern will allow a variety of gauges, and going up in needle size is probably going to be easier than adding more stitches.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Featuring a wide cable panel at the front and smaller cables at the sides, these wristwarmers will appeal to those knitters who enjoy cables – or anyone wanting to give it a try.
Knitting: Scarf
A great big fat scarf to wrap yourself up in to keep out those chilly winds…
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Knitted in luscious alpaca and silk, these were designed to warm the wrists of a particularly stylish mum as she takes her new baby for walks on crisp spring days.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Elbow-length wristwarmers with a “falling leaves” lace pattern on the outside and mock cables on the palm side.