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Marina's Gloves


Designer: Stacie Mann
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: Average Adult Woman
Yarn Lines: Palette Yarn
Yardage: 693
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 0 (2mm): DPNs, Size 1 (2.50mm): DPNs
Fiber Type: Wool & Blends
Weight: Fingering
Please Note: This pattern has errata - if you purchased it before 01/03/2011. The corrected version is available in your pattern library.
Knit in three heatheredcolors of Knit Picks Palette fingering weight yarn, these elegant gloves have an old fashioned appeal. Imagine Anne of Green Gables trekking across the snowy fields to visit her best friend, Diana. You’ll feel just a little more special wearing these to work, or simply going on weekend errands.
The small gauge keeps winter winds at bay and shows off the delicate patterning. A comfortably fitted wrist makes these gloves fit nicely under a coat sleeve and keeps out errant breezes.
Be sure to check out the coordinating hat and scarf pattern. Make a set for yourself. Then choose another lovely trio of Palette colors and knit your best friend a set. You’re sure to make a statement, whether you’re strolling through wintry fields or hurrying across a parking lot.

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This pattern has errata - if you purchased it before 01/03/2011. The corrected version is available in your pattern library.
4 out of 5 stars

Lovely pattern. Well written and easy to understand. I am almost finished with the first glove and it knitted up beautifully in the colors that I chose to use. The only reason I didn't give the pattern an Excellent rating is because it calls for a size 1 needle then says to go up or down in needle size to change the size of the gloves. I started one with the size 1 needle and it was too large for my hands, and I have pretty large hands. I started over using a size 0 as my daughter has smaller hands than I have. Using a size 0 the glove fits me well, but it still might be a little large on my daughter, but I am getting her some silk glove liners that should make the fit of the glove close to perfect. Bottom line is, other than figuring out the size needle for the glove size, it's a very good, easily understood pattern that knits up quickly and beautifully. As a side note, instead of using double point needles I am using the magic loop method and it works great. Especially on the fingers where using double point needles would be like playing pick-up sticks. lol :)