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Fits Like a Glove

This is my first attempt at knitting gloves. I used a copy of a 1934 pattern that seemed to have errors in it. When it came to making a couple of the fingers, I had to put each glove on as I was knitting it to figure out what the pattern should have said.

I used J&P Coats Knit-Cro-Sheen crochet thread, used double. The left hand turned out better than the right hand because the right hand was done first. By the time I got to the left hand, I understood the process a little better. Also, I just barely had enough thread to make these gloves so some of the fingers ended up a little shorter than they should have been. They may not be perfect, but I can wear them this coming Winter.


  1. You did a wonderful job! Love your choice of color :D


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