Wednesday, November 01, 2006

A Touch of Whimsy Fingerless Gloves pattern FREE DESIGN

A Touch of Whimsy Fingerless Gloves
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designed by Rebecca Mercier

All rights reserved for personal use only, nonprofit use.

A Touch of Whimsy Fingerless Gloves pattern is found "here" on Ravelry.

A very good provisional cast on video can be found here.

A note about Annie Modesitt's slip stitch edging; this slip stitch edging is available online in free patterns by Ms. Modesitt. I also emailed her and asked if it were okay with her if I used this edging in my pattern and she said, "Of course, I don't own the stitches." Annie Modesitt is one of knitting gurus! She ROCKS!

Enjoy and God Bless!


tammy said...

Those are lovely! Thank you for sharing the pattern! I'm thinking they would be a wonderful Christmas present for a friend.

ldsvenus said...

Wow your patterns are beautiful. Thank you for sharing, I'm thinking my daughter might get a set of these for next Christmas :), maybe make her the hat and scarf too. :) She lives in IA where it gets pretty cold :P.

Anonymous said...

Hi! Thank you for sharing your patterns! They all are lovely. I love the gloves. They will be on my list for my next project. Thank you again!

Anonymous said...

Oh and btw, the last comment was from me a.k.a. knit-a-holic on Just to let you know. ;)

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Comprare Xenical said...

Nice post! Thanks for sharing!!

Lynn said...

I love this glove, but I have one question. I have the wristlet parts done, but I can not figure out how to pick up 44 stitches from an edge that was only constructed of 30 stitches. Was the 44 a mistake, if not, how do you pick up the stitches?

Gen Bou said...

I am doing it right now. I really enjoy it. It is beautifull and a bit challenging! Thnank you for sharing you are creative and have a big heart. I fell the love in those mitaine ;)