New Pattern: Harbour Gloves

Harbour Gloves

Harbour 

Free

Harbour are a super fast set of fingerless gloves ideal for a first project for knitting in the round. Using a combination of knitting and moss stitch, they are really cute, warm and seriously quick. You will not have time to worry about getting second glove syndrome since you could have a pair of these in a couple of hours.

Pattern is also available in French thanks to a wonderful tester, Racoonims (on Ravelry). Get the PDF in your choice of English or French by clicking on the download button.

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or see them on Ravelry.

Sizes:Harbour Gloves

To fit one size: Adult

Finished size: The circumference is 8 inches laid flat (no stretch).

Length is 7 inches.

Materials:

1 skein Mirasol Sulka 12ply chunky (pictured in 222 Red Onion).

50 – 55 yards (45 – 50 meters)Harbour Gloves

60% Merino, 20% Alpaca, 20% Silk
1 set of size 7mm DPN’s

1 set of size 8mm DPN’s

Tapestry needle

Stitch marker

12st / 20 rows = 4 inches in moss stitchHarbour Gloves

Skills required: 

Knit and purl stitches

Knitting in the round

Instructions are provided in written format.

Originally published May 2012.

PDF file size: 462KB

Directions:
Using your 7mm DPN’s, cast on 21 stitches. Place a stitch marker and join in the round being careful not to twist.

Knit 4 rounds.
Change to 8mm DPN’s

Round 1: K1, P1 to end.
Round 2: P1, K1 to end.

Rounds 1 & 2 make up the moss stitch pattern.
Work in moss stitch until item measures 3.5 inches, ending with Round 2.

Opening for the Thumb:
Round 1: K1, P1 for 21 sts, ending with K1. Turn the knitting.
Round 2: K1, P1 back the other way for 21 sts. Turn the knitting and moss stitch back the other way. This will leave a gap in the knitting for your thumb to fit through.

Repeat Rounds 1 & 2 until work measures 5 inches in total.

Finishing:
Join in the round and repeat;
Round 1: K1, P1 to end.
Round 2: P1, K1 to end.
For a further 4 rows (approximately 1 inch)

Knit 3 rounds.


Bind off loosely and weave in all loose ends.
Roll both ends of the glove to give it the curl. You may not need to do this manually depending on the yarn used.

Small Print: Your use of this pattern constitutes your agreement to use this pattern only for personal,
non-profit use without specific written permission from the designer. Items made from this pattern may
not be sold, nor may the pattern itself be copied, sold, or distributed in any way. Thanks.

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