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Two Hour Fingerless Gloves

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If you've ever wondered how to knit a pair of fingerless mittens, this is the pattern for you. Courtesy of this free knitting pattern from Onix Terevinto, you'll be able to whip up a pair of your very own Two Hour Fingerless Gloves in a matter of hours. Keep hands and wrists extra toasty while driving just by donning these stylish and colorful mitts. If you've got some extra yarn lying around, this project is a great stash buster! This free knitting pattern is hard to beat, especially as the weather gets colder!

Two Hour Fingerless Gloves

Easy

Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Our collection of 11 Two Hours Or Less Knitting Patterns has some similar projects that you can make!  All of which can be completed in just two hours or less. If it's fingerless mittens that you love, be sure to check out 30 Knit Fingerless Gloves for Stylish Knitters.

 

 

 

 

 

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I changed my needle sizes to 3.75 for the ribbing and then4 mm for the body. It makes for a smaller glove that fits better

dube3 4612357

I am up to the point where you place the last remaining 18 stitches on a second holding needle. (and yes I have several purl rows showing where the increases were). At this point my yarn is at the end of the needle where the 18 stitches are. How do I get to back to the thumb section to begin the "work the thumb"? Do I pull it out of the other end of the yarn ball? Or am I supposed to just take it around (rs or ws) to where thumb is and continue.???? I almost want to put the thumb on the holding needle and do the sides first.

diny62000 1577640

why can't I print the 2 hr fingerless gloves. When I click on print the instructions disappear and page becomes blank. Anyone else have this issue?

knotthemama

Pattern is definitely wrong as someone said below - it's missing some purl rows otherwise wouldn't be stockinette stitch. I just switched some purl and knit rows and it was fine. Easy pattern.

louisevoss 7021831

how do I get the pattern?

nkrumme 7172237

The directions do NOT match the picture of the fingerless gloves. The picture clearly shows the glove to be knit in the stockinet stitch; however the directions would have a row showing purled stitches every time an increase was made.

kinivan06 8826295

I've just cast off the thumb stitch. I'm a beginner; not sure how to proceed from there. I know normally when you cast off, you cut the working yarn and pull it through, but I can't do that here because there's more work to finish up. How do I move on to the remaining work to finish it after having finished the thumb? Thank you!

kookashay

I would like very much to knit these gloves, but I find that the pattern is missing some purl rows. Please make it more clear which rows are increase rows for the thumb and include a purl row. If you could lay it out row by row that would be great. Thanks, Suzy

pdpictureshurst 1375264

Hello! I love this pattern but it was a little big for my hands. What is the best way to make it smaller?

ritakontny 8205413

I hope my comment made it on here. I do not see it yet. It is about the part of the second holding needle. Do you knit those last 18 stitches before putting them on the holder or not. Since we do on the first 18 I assume we do but I want to be certain. Thank you, rita

ritakontny 8205413

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