Monday, February 11, 2013

How to Knit Gloves Part 4



More tips on Knitting gloves

To find the correct spot to pick up stitches on the fingers, look carefully at the knitting, the little V’s are columns of stitches. Pick up in the center of the V’s running up the finger. If the pickup is in the center of an upside down V it is in the wrong location. The next pickup is after two legs of a downward V.

When joining new yarn, leave a long tail, use it to duplicate stitch over any gaps or distorted stitches.

Use the yarn tails to tighten up holes at the base of fingers, by sewing through the purl bumps on the wrong side of the work around the hole.

The chart below gives you rough amounts based on stocking stitch gloves. You can see a larger version by clicking on the chart


Estimated Yarn Requirements


Part 1 can be found here.
Part 2 can be found here.
Part 3 can be found here.
Part 5 can be found here.


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