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Alpaca Gauntlets

Added May 2, 2008

by pacificstyle

Seattle, Washing...

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Description

I’m excited to add a creation but all my sewing projects are still in process! That’s why I’m uploading a knitting project – plus, it’s the only project I’ve photographed :).
They were still in process when I took the photos (you can see where I pulled out a few rows on the fingers). Knitting gloves is surprisingly easy – short rows finish fast, especially on the fingers. I found the pattern in a book about vintage knitwear from the 1920’ to 50’s. The book was published in the 80’s so I guess it’s also vintage ;)

Material Notes

100% Alpaca

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

Book

Honey Lane Farms 100% Alpaca yarn

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    May 3, 2008, 11.39 AMby dianacirne

    So nice! It look’s going so well! I never think it could be easy! Great job!

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    May 3, 2008, 04.06 AMby erin

    Wow, it’s great! Please can you make a howto out of it?

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    May 3, 2008, 01.53 AMby lauriana

    I can’t believe knitting gloves could be easy, it looks so fiddly! Yours look great and I especially love the flared cuffs.

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