Gloves to Match

The pattern for these gloves are my default pattern, at least that’s how it looks after I’ve made it 7 times. It’s just such a great pattern, a fast knit and something I can easily make larger. They can either be ribbed all the way up or not, have multiple colors or not, and have longer or shorter fingers. I had hoped to do a bit of colorwork on the cuffs to make it look like piano keys but the yarn type just wasn’t having it. I’ll have to try it again with a different type of yarn at some point. 

Pattern Page: Ravelry


9 thoughts on “Gloves to Match

  1. Melissa says:

    Very nice….7 pairs….wow, you must really like this pattern.


  2. WonderWhyGal says:

    oooh, I'd love to see them with the keyboard look.It's 105 degrees today, I can't imagine mitts.


  3. AllyB says:

    Whoo, that's a bunch of gloves! I agree with Andrea, it's too hot here to even think about wearing any knitwear. Your mitts do look quite nice.


  4. Kathryn Ray says:

    7 pairs! That definitely says something about the pattern.I don't know if I've made the London Beanie 7 times. If not, it's pretty close. 🙂


  5. Shadow Byrd says:

    It's become a super fast knit for me. 🙂


  6. Shadow Byrd says:

    It's been crazy hot here too. I'm lucky I have a husband who's willing to do weird things for me like model knitting in hot weather. *laugh*


  7. Shadow Byrd says:

    I love that the pattern can look so different with a couple small changes or by just changing the color. 🙂


  8. Shadow Byrd says:

    It's great to find a pattern that you love so much you don't mind making it over and over. 😀


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