Winding Path Fingerless Glove Pattern

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This beautiful pair of "Winding Path" fingerless gloves are a fun knit. It is a fun knit with fun cabling that creates a unique design on the top of the glove. It is knitted in the round making it seamless. This pattern is written and cable is charted.

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Skills Required:
Cable
Chart reading

What you will need:
Yarn: Heavy Worsted/Aran Weight 4 = 1”
(Recommended yarn Cascade 220 Superwash Aran)
Needles: 4 US9 DPN or circular needle for magic loop technique
Cable Needle
Stitch markers
Stitch holder (scrap yarn also works)
Tapestry needle

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Reviews (5)

Average:

Beautiful pattern excited to try it out



Made these for my 15 yr old - she LOVES them!!


Love this pattern! It was easy enough for a beginner knitter, though I did ask Makenzie anytime I had a question and she was so helpful! I YouTubed stitches I wasn't familiar with (m1) and even the thumb gusset was nowhere near as complicated as I had anticipated. One thing that really helped me with regards to using a chart to knit was to color each stitch/cable in a different color and then use a post it to show only the row I was working on. Can't wait to try out the rest of these gorgeous patterns! 😍


MaKenzie was there all the way! From the referal for the yarn to my so many questions while kitting.


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