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« on: October 06, 2011 04:37:14 PM »

Hello Fellow Knitters!

I'm hoping you can help me, I used to have a pattern for fingerless gloves that just didn't stop once it reached the fingers.  Each finger had a its own little gusset that went up to the first knuckle (what the heck do you call it?!).  Anyways the pattern I did (it was also knit flat) have is no longer available the owner has taken it down and it's no longer free.  I know how to knit flat really well and know there has to be patterns with these things.  I've kinda given up on the whole circular/magic loop/dpn thing since well I find them really difficult (one day I vow just not today)  So does anyone have an idea? Ravelry has been less than helpful :S
My sister has requested these gloves due to working outside with dogs and her hands need knitting help.  So any ideas or patterns?
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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2011 02:54:15 PM »

Fingerless gloves aren't really my thing but I know the majority are knit in the round because it's a bit easier if you're comfortable with it. My only suggestion is try to find a pattern for gloves and stop the fingers where you want them.

And there are plenty of tutors on knitting help.com for the magic loop method but I plan on doing a tutorial for it and putting it on craftster sometime this week if that will help you Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2011 10:31:22 PM »

Oh I will look into that thank you penguinsoup!  I would love to see your tutorial as well!  Knitting in the round just does my head in and it makes me wonder if my circular needles are too small. (Love your avi by the way!)
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