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Houndstooth Fingerless Gloves Pattern


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Houndstooth Fingerless Gloves Pattern
Houndstooth Fingerless Gloves Pattern
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This Houndstooth Fingerless Gloves Pattern is great introduction to stranded colorwork. You can use tweedy, natural colours for a vintage look, or bright colours for something punkier. Learn how to make fingerless gloves that are trendy and warm. The best part about this classic design is that it will work for any age group, from stylish teenagers to classy grandmothers. You won't be able to knit just one pair of these versatile fingerless gloves, so be sure to ask your friends and family if they could use some extra warmth this winter!


Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

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

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I made several sets of fingerless gloves for nephews and nieces this year because you don't have to take your gloves off to send a text and they still keep your hands warm. This might be a nice summer knitting project since the mitts are small and won't weigh you down with a sweater or blanket in your lap when its hot.

That's a good idea. I always slow down knitting during the hot weather we have here just because most things are too hot and heavy to be appealing. A small project like this would be just right and I would be ahead of the game when it comes to Christmas gifts.


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