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Fingerless Glove Seattle


I have made this pattern in so many different yarns… See below photos:

Fearless Fibers Cashmere Sports weight:

Colinette Cadenza, by far my favorite!:

And here a with a bunch of other yarns…. just make sure it is somewhere between sports, dk and light worsted. And make sure you have about 120 yards and you will be fine.
SeattleSage Seattleberrymix Seattle Red Seattlemix

Happy Knitting!

7 Responses to Seattle

  1. […] I casted on with some Koigu Kersti to make a pair of Seattle Fingerless Gloves. The colorway is stunningly beautiful in my opinion. I love […]

  2. jackie says:

    Oh, lovely, thanks for sharing.

  3. […] fingerless mittens. there’s two of them. they’re knit flat. i love the stitch pattern kuz it changes like […]

  4. Ciorstaidh says:

    Works well with Mirasol Miski. It’s like wrapping your hands in a beautiful soft hug 🙂

  5. gettingpurlywithit says:

    Awww… thanks so much for letting me know, Ciorstaidh!

  6. Pamela says:

    Hi, Saw your gloves at Close-Knit, in a lovely pink shiny yarn. I bought it and think it’s called Boulino. Do you remember which gloves they were? Now as I look at the patterns, they all seem to be knit-up in a much heavier weight yarn.

  7. Patty says:

    Saw your Seattle fingerless gloves in CloseKnit in January while shopping with my daughter. She was starting to teach me how to knit. I loved the gloves, and she said I would certainly be able to knit them. The first glove took a couple weeks to knit, but I was able to finish the second one in a week! I love them! Thanks so much for sharing your patterns!

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