Friday, 19 October 2012

FO Friday - Free Fingerless Glove Pattern

As promised on Wednesday I would like to share my Fingerless Glove Pattern with you all today as my FO for Friday :)



Here we go: 

Yarn: DK thickness, I used Freedom Spirit. 50g is ample.
Needles: 3.5mm (US 4mm) DPNs, 1 Cable needle similar size
Extras: 2-3 Stitch Markers, piece of spare thread or stitch needle.

Abbreviations:

pm – Place Marker
ssk – Slip, Slip, Knit
k2tog – knit 2 together
M1L – Lift strand between the last stitch knitted and the next stitch to knit. Place needle through stitch from front to back. Knit stitch from back.
M1R - Lift strand between the last stitch knitted and the next stitch to knit.
Place needle through stitch from back to front. Knit stitch from front.
(A tip about M1R and M1L, if the stitch you have picked up is too easy to knit, you may have knit it from the wrong side. This stitch, if knitted correctly is pretty tight)

Cast on 40 sts and distribute evenly over 3 needles. (12, 12, 16)
Rib for 10 rounds (K2, P2)



Pattern:

First Cable round: K20, P2, place 3st on cable needle, lie cable needle in front of work, K3, K3 off the cable needle, P2, K to end.
Next round: *K20, P2, K6, P2, K to end*. (Repeat ** 4 times)
Repeat First Cable Round and do so on every 5th round.
After 25 rounds start the thumb gusset at the same time as continuing the cable pattern.

Gusset:  Left (Right)

Round 1: K12 (K34), pm, M1L, K1, M1R, pm , continue in pattern till end
Round 2: K12, (K34) Kst between markers, continue in pattern till end. (repeat this round on all even rounds)
Round 3: K12 (K34), pm, M1L, K3, M1R, pm, continue in pattern till end.
Round 5: K12 (K34), pm, M1L, K5, M1R, pm, continue in pattern till end.
Round 7: K12 (K34), pm, M1L, K7, M1R, pm, continue in pattern till end.
Round 9: K12 (K34), pm, M1L, K9, M1R, pm, continue in pattern till end.
Round 11: K12 (K34), pm, M1L, K11, M1R, pm, continue in pattern till end.
Round 13: K12 (K34), pm, M1L, K13, M1R, pm, continue in pattern till end.
Round 15: K12 (K34), remove marker and place stitches between markers onto a piece of spare thread or stitch pin.
Next Round (Hand): K12 (K34) increase 1 st over Gusset gap, continue in pattern till end.
Continue Hand in pattern until next Cable Round. (4 Rounds)
Rib for 10 Rounds (K2, P2)
Cast off Rib-wise.

Thumb:

Place stitches from thread back on the DPNs (6,6,3)
K across stitches. At gusset beginning pick up and K 4stitches.
Next round: knit to last 4 stitches, (stitches picked up in previous round) ssk, K2tog.
K5 Rounds
Cast off.

And there you have it. 
I would love to hear from those of you who do knit these gloves. 
Questions? Feel free to contact me or leave a comment below.
Any errata, please let me know so that I can fix the mistake/s :)

Have a super weekend.
x
I will be sharing this post with all my creative Link-Ups.



25 comments:

  1. Dear Nat,
    Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful glove pattern, you are so generous! I love the design, especially the cable.
    Your blog is looking lovely:)
    xo
    Linda

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    1. Hi Linda,
      Thank you so much, you are so very kind.
      Have a super weekend :)
      xoxo

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  2. Good morning Nathalie

    You are one busy bee! Love the gloves. Have a nice day! Regula

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    1. Hi Babajeza,
      Thank you and you too :)
      Have a fantastic Indian summer weekend - hopefully!
      x

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  3. Hello Natalie,
    Beautiful gloves! Very kind of you to share the patterns with the rest of the world:)
    Have a nice day and weekend!

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    1. Hi Elisabeth,
      Thank you so much.
      Thanks for visiting and have a perfect weekend.
      x

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  4. Lovely fingerless gloves. They'd make great Christmas gifts. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern.

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    1. Hi Janet,
      Yes, I agree, and they are such a nice quick knit, enjoy!
      Thank you so much for the kind words.
      Have a super weekend.
      x

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  5. Looks like a great pattern! Thanks for sharing! Is the pattern on Ravelry as well?

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    1. Hi SweetPotato,
      Thank you. Yes, it is available on Ravelry also.
      Have a super weekend.
      x

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  6. Welcome and Thanks Natalie !

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  7. Love these mitts. I adore cables and the ones you added are perfect. Thank you for the pattern.

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    1. Hi WonderWhyGal,
      Thank you kindly.
      Have a great weekend.
      x

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    1. Hi Joanna,
      Thanks so much :)
      Have a super weekend.
      x

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  9. So cute! Love fingerless gloves :)

    Thanks for sharing with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party!

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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  10. You are so sweet and generous to share your fingerless mitt pattern. Mahalo!
    And it's awesome how you're so creative.

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    1. Hi Kepanie,

      Mahalo â nui (I hope that is correct) :)
      Thanks for visiting.
      x

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  11. Very pretty! Love the colors you chose!

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  12. Cute! I will definitely be making some of these for Christmas gifts!
    I put up a free pattern today, too, but for little ones

    http://www.larksongknits.com/2012/10/23/free-babytoddler-vest-pattern/

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  13. Very nice!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  14. Love these, thanks for the pattern! Would love it if you linked up on my blog hop www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop. Also let me know if you'd like to follow each other!

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