Wednesday, November 01, 2006

A Touch of Whimsy Fingerless Gloves pattern

A Touch of Whimsy Fingerless Gloves
pattern
(click to enlarge)

designed by Rebecca Mercier

All rights reserved for personal use only, nonprofit use.

A Touch of Whimsy Fingerless Gloves pattern is found "here" in pdf format.

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!

9 comments:

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 knittinghelp.com. 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?