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Date(s) - 03/21/2018
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Fingerless gloves are a great way to keep your hands nice and warm while still being able to use your phone, tablet or computer – or even to knit or crochet! For this quick knit-along we have three patterns to choose from. Each pattern has a little bit of a different look and employs different techniques and skill levels. Whether this is your first time knitting gloves or you are an old hand at it (see what I did there?), you will end up with a great pair of gloves to wow your friends and keep your hands toasty.

Gauge – 21 sts/30 rows = 4 inches


  • Each pattern uses 1-2 50g skeins of DK weight yarn and is knit in the round. We are recommending Dona or Claggdah for this project. 
  • You will need needles in sizes US 6 for each of the pattern and also a US 5 for the first option (or sizes to obtain gauge). Bring what you need for your preferred method of knitting small circumferences in the round.
    • We would be happy to help you learn to use magic loop or 2 circulars to knit in the round.
  • Split ring stitch markers
  • Darning needle

Skills you will use/learn

  • Knitting small circumference in the round 
  • Reverse shaping for each hand
  • Creating the thumb gusset

Welted Fingerless Gloves

This basic pattern is enhanced with lovely welting and buttons at the wrist. Pattern is written for women’s medium (6.5″ around palm) use larger or smaller needles to adjust the size.

Get the pattern on Ravelry

Carole’s Lacey Fingerless Gloves

Straight from the creativity of our own Carole Edelman, these lovely, lacey gloves use a simple 6-stitch lace pattern to enhance a basic fingerless glove pattern. 

Pattern available for purchase in the shop.

 Fetching Fingerless Gloves

Ready to try your hand at cables? This is a great project to dip your toes into cabling without the potential overwhelm of a large project. 

Remember to bring a cable needle if this is the pattern you choose!

Pattern available for purchase in the shop.

 Remember: Knit-Alongs are free when you purchase your yarn at Yarn & Thread expressions. Please plan to work only on the current or recently past KAL project.



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