Monday, March 22, 2021

Watching Sparrows Fingerless Gloves

A Premium Knitting Pattern

When I made my Watching Sparrows Cowl I had a lot of people tell me they would love having fingerless gloves to go with the cowl pattern. At the time I did not have any experience designing gloves. I was determined to figure it out though. Through a lot of research, trial and error and over a year of work I am ready to share the pattern with you.  I don't think I have ever worked so long on a pattern. 

I tried to simplify the pattern as much as possible. The pattern is made for someone working the glove with a magic loop or 2 circular needles. I have provided 2 videos in the pattern to get you started with that type of cast on. Once you cast on the pattern is divided with a side A and a side B for each round. You could also refer to this as the front side of the glove and the back side of the glove. Please let me know what you think of this pattern set up and if you found it helpful.

Where to get this pattern. 

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Through Ravelry I have a deal where if you put both the Watching Sparrows fingerless gloves and Cowl pattern in the cart one of the patterns will be free.

Also I have a few different pairs made and different color examples on my projects page that you can find here


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Pattern Details

Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Any fingering weight yarn. Model used Knit picks Stroll. Color A needs 40 grams and Color B needs 20 grams

Size 4/ 3.5 40 inch circular needles (optional: Size 2/ 2.5 40 inch circular needles for the cuffs)

Notions: Yarn needle for weaving in your ends

Gauge: 15k x 16 rows = 2 inches

Size: Adult 7 1/2 inches

Stitches used: k, p, PM (place marker), SM (slip Marker), KFB (knit front and back in the same stitch), KBF (knit back and front in the same stitch)

Notes: This pattern is written for using the magic loop or two circular needles at a time.

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous !!! Sure wish I was an experienced knitter. Just a newbie here.