Bo Peep Lace Fingerless Gloves


Bo Peep Lace Fingerless Gloves


Gloves keep you feeling warm but lace makes you look lovely. These fingerless Bo Peep gloves can be worn with a dress or skirt. Use this free knitting pattern to show off your femininity. Be careful, though. You might turn around and find you have a herd of sheep following you! This how-to-knit fingerless gloves tutorial can also be used to complete your costume for Halloween of your favorite superhero or book character. The possibilities really are endless. For fashion or costumes, these gloves are worth the time.


Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm

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Hi Lea, I am the designer (or one half of) of Bo Peep and I've just been made aware that our pattern is available on this site. They have listed a very old pattern with no links or guide to any errata so I apologise that you have had so many problems trying to knit them! Could I please direct you to where you can download the current version of this pattern if youve not already been put off too much! Again, we are sorry for this. Thanks to Kerlaw for the understanding words above. We do always appreciate any feed back on our patterns. Thanks Louisa

Hi Everyone, Thanks to Louisa, we've changed the link to reflect the most up-to-date pattern. We apologize for any confusion and/or frustration you may have experienced. Please feel free to contact us through customer service should you have any more issues. Best, Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Hi Lea: If you look at Ravelry, you'll see all of the errata. The pattern is from a duo of great gals who devise these patterns and provide them for free, so I suppose we have to give them a lot of slack. I can't tell you how often I've paid for books, mags, etc. only to have to figure out a pattern in the middle, frog and restart. I really love this fingerless gloves; too many of them don't have partial fingers and I've had to create them b/c otherwise the gloves are uncomfortable.

I have ripped out and re-started these gloves at least 10 times and still can't get them right, and I'm an experienced knitter! The hodge podge of corrections haven't helped at all, either. Has anyone found the corrected pattern in one place? I'm sure that would be a big help!


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