Tavistock Gloves Pattern


This single pattern is available as a download.

My design ideas and advice: I designed the Tavistock Gloves, because a super lovely knitting beginner, who I helped her knit her first pair of socks, wanted to knit gloves….but on two needles (even though she totally bossed knitting on dpns!) so I designed these for her.

It took me a while because the last time I wore hand knitted gloves was when I was a teenager and they were were fingerless ones but I had already designed Frankie Fingerless mittens so I used a combination of memory and the Frankie pattern to get these right.

This pattern was launched at Yarndale 2019 and lots of people with different hand sizes tried these gloves on and they fitted every one, they are magical gloves!
Another way they are magical is because they are so simple to knit.

They are knitted flat in rows.

For this pattern I used:

Yarn: One 50g hank of 4 ply weight yarn.

Metres: 200m.

My Yarn Suggestion & Amounts: Jamieson’s Spindrift Two 25g balls.

Needles: 3mm.

Gauge (tension): 28 stitches and 40 rows to 10cm square over lace pattern using 3mm needles.

Sizes: To fit average sized hand.


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