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Wow - those are great! I have never attempted gloves but my husband keeps dropping hints.


I am so glad you don't have to have those gloves burned, that's a lot of work up in smoke!


Thanks for the link to the pattern. I have made mittens but have never tried gloves. Maybe it's time. Thanks also for the tip about picking up extra stitches. I'll remember that. Your gloves are lovely.


love that your grands want gloves knit by you!


Beautiful!!! I have one pair of hand knit gloves that I made, you inspire me to cast on another, once the Xmas knitting is finished.

Lisa G.

Oh! Is the method of picking up extra stitches and then decreasing, a way of dealing with holes? That is good to know.


I think that you are a brave woman to tackle handknitted gloves. They are more intimidating to me than steeks! I like your ingenious solution to the holes. They turned out great and don't worry about the fit. Better a little big than too small.


The gloves are BEAUTIFUL, Steph! Wonderful color too. Wow... I've not knitted gloves. I consider myself a patient person, but knitting the fingers and tight space... dont' thinks... Maybe not in this lifetime anyway. My work would be confiscated & burned, for sure! LOL... I did knit mittens--but had similar gap/whole problem at thumb. Happy to admire your inspiring work. :o)

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