Fingerless gloves are small projects, quick and easy to make. Only a ball of light worsted yarn is needed for a pair.
These knitting patterns are available as PDF downloads via Ravelry. All instructions are given round-by-round and have been tested, proofread and technically edited. The directions are clear (and may be a bit excessive for experienced knitters) and you can always contact me if you have any questions or need a little help with the techniques.
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Lace Fingerless Gloves
Stretchy, one-size-fits-all. Quick to make. It requires only one ball of worsted yarn. These gloves are built from the palm to the arm, worked in rounds, so you can knit up to the desired length, or until you run out of yarn. A great project for that single ball of luxurious cashmere you’ve been keeping in your stash.
Cabled Fingerless Gloves
Easy and quick to make. Great for gifts. It requires only one ball of worsted yarn. The cable construction makes it very warm, and it feels great when made in soft merino wool.