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Downton Abbey Knit Fingerless Gloves

By: CeeCee's Crafts Yarn Artists from ceeceescrafts.com
Downton Abbey Knit Fingerless Gloves
Downton Abbey Knit Fingerless Gloves
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Go back in time with the Downton Abbey Knit Fingerless Gloves. You will be just like Lady Mary with pretty gloves to keep you warm. These gloves take on an aristocratic attitude with their lace design and special stitches. This hand warmers knitting pattern will keep your hands toasty while still allowing you to keep your sense of fashion. If you were taken back to the early 20th Century, you would fit right in! Knit up a pair of these to live out your dream of living at Downton Abbey.

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Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, 6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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These finger less gloves are really pretty. Honestly, the lace isn't that open, so they should still be warm. In my experience with gentleness gloves , they keep your hands warm but, if it is really cold out your fingers still freeze, so I wouldn't recommend wearing these in extremely cold temperatures for warmth. But, they are perfect for chilly fall days.

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My hands cramp up something awful, and they are frequently cold, even in mild weather. I find gloves like this to be very helpful. They provide just enough warmth to ease the cramping, without causing me to overheat. Because of the way the thumb and opening at the fingers are open, they are not confining. This makes it easy to work on my projects while wearing them. They also make a nice accessory with the right outfit.

These are attractive looking gloves. However, I think they are a bit too lacy and open to actually be warm. The thumb hole is made by simply leaving an opening when stitching up the side. Not sure that I would wear these myself but they would make a cute gift.

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