Lady Charles Fingerless Mittens Knitting Pattern

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  1. Ravelry: Lady Charles' Fingerless Mittens pattern by Jasper Adams
  2. US size 2 (2.75 mm): 437 Free Patterns
  3. Intricate Knit Fingerless Gloves Pattern Ideas

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Thank you for saving me hours of frustration and blaming myself for being too stupid to read a pattern. A generous thing to do. I'm glad you said something. I think Ravelry should insist that ALL patterns submitted should have been test knitted and errors corrected. I have spent hours trying to figure out what I was doing wrong only to find that the directions were incorrect. I don't think your comment was rude, or "not very nice". It was upfront and honest and I agree with you. Maybe the person who commented that your response "wasn't very nice" is just being touch today;- Keep sending honest comments!!

This is a nice pattern and works well on 6 circular needles. You have to modify it a bit as once you finish the K2P2, then all of your other rows are knit rows until you get to the thumb. Someone posted above that there is a mistake in the pattern - and there is - you just have to remember if you are knitting on straight needles to knit a row, pearl a row.

Once I figured out the mistake in the pattern, things went good. Made one of these and it was way too big. Please suggest a smaller version. These gloves are huge. For a smaller hand, cast on 26 stitches instead of Then where it says "knit 18", knit 13 instead.

Lady Charles' Fingerless Mittens

The rest of the pattern can be followed with these substitutions. Also, only do 4 increases, not 5. And remember , in order not to get that ridge My granddaughter loves these for riding. I knit both pairs at the same time on long needles until I got to the thumbs. I now have orders for more pairs. In new version of 2 needle pattern does increase one still mean in front and back or YO method? I would like to try the pattern, but do not know what is meant by a holding needle.

Ravelry: Lady Charles' Fingerless Mittens pattern by Jasper Adams

I didn't know what that was either! So I just used another needle of the same size. You don't have to actually move the stitches onto a separate needle I used one metal set and one wooden set so I could tell which were which. Thank you thank you thank you for posting this pattern! This is very similar to one I used to make years ago, but can't find my copy of the magazine and didn't want to go "by guess and by gosh" as I'm not the patient type.

It is getting cold at night here, but my furnace has issues at the moment and it's not warm enough for a wood fire The pattern as written above does not produce the picture shown.


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When knitted with those instructions, there is a ridge on the outside of the glove after every increase row. The double pointed instructions or the two needle instructions by lyndasings below are accurate. Thanks for that reassurance, Julie Tena! I was hoping it would work for someone other than me! You are totally right, it does leave a ridge. I like a ridge at the first knuckle but not repeatedly at each increase on the hand. Thanks for the workaround. I sorta figured it out as I went along but found myself having to rip out.

Also, don't you find that the size of the glove is way too big for most women's hands? I had to take it down from 36 cast-on to a 26 or 28 cast-on to fit my hand, and then reconfigure the entire pattern from there. OK, here's the definitive version! I would delete my previous version, but I don't know how!

If anyone finds any problem with this one, I apologize!

US size 2 (2.75 mm): 437 Free Patterns

Two Hour Fingerless Gloves adapted for circular or double point needles Materials; worsted weight yarn 4 mm needles: Cast on 36 stitches. Divide onto three needles and join, being careful not to twist. Rows 1 to Row 20 first increase, start of shaping thumb: Rows 21, 22, Rows 25, 26, Knit 18; in next stitch increase 1, k 6, in next stitch increase 1 third increase, makes 10 stitches on second needle ; knit Row 29, 30, Knit 18; in next stitch increase 1, k 8, in next stitch increase 1 fourth increase, total of 12 stitches on second needle ; knit Knit 18 stitches and place on a stitch holder or a holding needle; knit 12 stitches and keep on the needle; transfer remaining 18 stitches onto another stitch holder.

Divide the 12 stitches onto three needles and join. Row 42, 43, 44, Work in k2 p2 ribbing. Return the 18 stitches on the first stitch holder to the needle. Join the yarn and knit across the 18 stitches, then knit across the 18 stitches from the other holder, dividing the stitches onto three needles. Rows 48, 49, 50, Work the four rows in k2 p2 ribbing and bind off. Thread the yarn tail at the thumb onto a yarn needle and weave the yarn down the thumb on the inside.

There is likely to be a hole at the base of the thumb, and this is when you close it! Thread the other yarn tail onto a yarn needle and weave in on the inside. No seams to sew! I didn't have trouble until the thumb where it says to cast off. Do you cut the yarn then somehow join and continue knitting? However if you keep on there will be a hole. Yes, cut the yarn when you cast off the thumb, but leave a long enough tail that you can thread onto a needle when the rest of the glove is finished.

Reattach the yarn to knit the stitches that were on the holder. I do this by making a loop that I knit together with the first stitch, always leaving long enough tails to permit sewing the hole together at the base of the thumb and then weaving in the tail on the back of the work. Knit 18; k 18 Divide the stitches onto three needles. Rows 39, 40, 41, Well, I have finished a pair of the two hour fingerless gloves.

It did not take two hours, it took my spare time for three days while over and over again I came across things in the pattern that just did not work! Many "froggings" and doings over. But I do now have a pair that works.


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  6. For example, five increases for the thumb makes the glove too big, even with 4 increases it is a bit loose. I am going to re-edit the pattern I posted below and will post it again when I am done! It took me waaaay longer than two hours. Less time of course when I cast on fewer stitches to fit my smaller hand.

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    I suggest copying the adapted patterns below onto a new text document. Then do a search for the word "Row" and add hard returns before the word "Row" so that each row is printed on a separate line of text. Easier to follow, and to check off when done.

    When comments are uploaded onto the site they do not retain their careful formatting! Same Fingerless gloves pattern, adapted for circular or double point needles. Materials; worsted weight yarn 4 mm needles: Row 20 start of shaping thumb: Knit 18, in next stitch increase 1, k 6, in next stitch increase 1, knit Knit 18, in next stitch increase 1, k 8, in next stitch increase 1, knit Knit 18, in next stitch increase 1, k 10, in next stitch increase 1, knit Knit 18 stitches and place on a stitch holder or a holding needle; knit 14 stitches and keep on the needle; transfer remaining 18 stitches onto another stitch holder.

    Divide the 14 stitches onto three needles and join. Row working the thumb only knit Row Thread the tail onto a yarn needle and weave in on the inside. Return the 18 stitches on the second stitch holder to the needle. Join the yarn and knit across the 18 stitches. Knit across the same 18 stitches, adding the 18 stitches from the other stitch holder and dividing the stitches among the three needles. Thread the yarn tail onto a yarn needle and weave in on the inside.

    Two needle fingerless gloves, Clarified: Here's what worked for me: Materials; worsted weight yarn 4 mm needles split-ring markers Do all increases by knitting into front and back of same stitch. Knit 18, slip marker, in next stitch increase 1, k 4, in next stitch increase 1, slip marker, knit Knit 18, slip marker, in next stitch increase 1, k 6, in next stitch increase 1, slip marker, knit Knit 18, slip marker, in next stitch increase 1, k 8, in next stitch increase 1, slip marker, knit Row 33, Purl Row Knit 18, slip marker, in next stitch increase 1, k 10, in next stitch increase 1, slip marker, knit Knit one row Row Bind off, leaving a long enough end of yarn for sewing thumb seam.

    Purl across the 18 stitches. Transfer the 18 stitches on the holder to the needle. Join the yarn and finish as in rows above. Sew side seam and thumb seam and weave in ends securely on the inside. I have tried to download this pattern but not successful. Is it possible for you to email it to me. This looks like the perfect pattern the way you put it together. I have been looking for a pattern like this. Thank you for your time in re-doing this pattern.

    I too found the pattern confusing. It seems to work OK if every instruction "knit one row, purl one row, knit one row" is changed to "purl one row, knit one row, purl one row". If followed as written you end up with horizontal stripes of reverse stockinette stitch. It would help to have the rows numbered so the reader knows exactly what to do.

    I have not finished the first one yet, but I think I will definitely start over on double pointed needles-- seams are a waste of time when an item can easily be knitted without them! I don't think I have ever seen circular needles with a short enough cord for gloves, so it will be dp needles.

    Thank God, I thought I was going nuts trying to do the gloves and have the other one look alike, I had to make it up as I went along, sure do not look like the picture! Looks like most are having trouble. It is monitored by the editor and is a great resource for helpful tips and suggestions from our Facebook friends; perhaps they can offer some guidance!

    Here is the link: This pattern is terrible. The picture is really nice. But if I followed the pattern it would be a mess so I just winged it! Please proof before posting!!! It doesn't make sense to me.. K row increase 4 sts,, "Purl 1 row, K another row Thumb increase Knit How many rows between each thumb addition? And are increases only in K rows. What kind of yarn would be good for this I'm a novie and I don't know for sure what kind to use.

    Intricate Knit Fingerless Gloves Pattern Ideas

    Just printed this pattern it is the best I love the large print Cant wait to start knitting This pattern is available for download as a PDF. In order to view this file, you may need to install the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer. You can download the Reader for free at this web address: Wanted to print the pattern for the two hour fingerless gloves and had a problem getting it to come up. Was really disappointed that I couldn't get the pattern. Looked like they would be fun to make. I want to wear them to hide age spots and excema yet not be too warm.

    I am a revived knitter and learning all over again. I have tried numerous times to get the pattern for th 2 hours fingerless gloves I finally finished a glove and did corrections from the pattern. At the end of each increase where it says knit 1 row then it goes into the next increase with knitting 18, I just didn't knit the row before each increase in the directions.

    Using 6 needles instead of 9 really made alot of difference. Good luck to you all making these. They really come out very nice. I apologize for my stupid response to you! You are going to scare off new knitters from a clear, easy pattern. See if this is clear? Heart Embroidered Fingerless Gloves Pictured. Bluebell Lace Fingerless Mitts. Spider Web Fingerless Mitts. Blue Lightning Fingerless Mitts. Kaleidoscope Fingerless Mitts Pictured. Feel Good Yarn Company. The deadline to enter is August 13, at This cotton yarn is spun with real silver and feels like cashmere!

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