I’m so excited to show you these gloves!

I saw this pattern in a blanket and I thought it would be so fun for gloves – or maybe a skirt at some point? – and I set about creating a pattern for them.

I hit a few roadblocks when I first started trying to convert this pattern into gloves, but something about airplanes and flying really does it for the knitting part of my brain because it all came together perfectly before I even left the runway.

Of course, it’s being released this late because I had to work out sizing and figure out my notes and whatnot

But here it is! I’m so excited that these are finally ready, and I hope you love them as much as I do.

I consider this an advanced beginner pattern. If you’re nervous about the lace – don’t be! Once you get the hang of it, it’s a simple repeat. Just go slowly and carefully.

Supplies
skein of worsted weight yarn
double pointed needles, US size 7 (4.5mm)
tapestry needle
scissors
measuring tape (optional)
stitch marker (optional)
t-pins (optional)

Gauge
With US size 7 needles, cast on 10 stitches and knit 14 rows. Gauge swatch should be 2’” by 2”.

Skills
To make these gloves, you’ll need to know how to knit in the round on DPNs, have familiarity with knits and purls, and decreasing and increasing with both knits and purls.

Here is the ravelry page, if you want to queue these babies up.

If you’re ready to cast on, you can order these here.

Because I’m really excited about this, I wanted to offer them to you, my amazing readers: use discount code WARMMEUP at checkout until February 25, 2015 to get them for free!

Like the color? I used M275 Spice Gingerbread from Brown Sheep Company.

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