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Topic: Lace fingerless glove (pattern + instructions)  (Read 70635 times)
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« Reply #20 on: October 15, 2007 10:54:08 AM »

I am new at Knitting. I got the knit and purl down  Grin but can you tell me what Psso is? I am assuming that sl means slip one right?
« Reply #21 on: October 15, 2007 02:14:04 PM »

Is there a photo somewhere? I've been looking for a cool fingerless mitt pattern.  I want to SEE!
« Reply #22 on: November 08, 2007 09:39:13 PM »

OKAY, NEW Mystery Project, here I come! Casting on this weekend, this is going to be FUN!

« Reply #23 on: November 09, 2007 12:08:26 AM »

I am new at Knitting. I got the knit and purl down  Grin but can you tell me what Psso is? I am assuming that sl means slip one right?

Pass Slipped Stitch Over. Smiley For example: "sl1 k1 psso" means you slip one, knit the next, and then pass the slipped stich over the knit one. It creates a left-slanting decrease. sl1 k2tog psso makes a double decrease.

And Riki, we'll be looking forward to your example of this mystery project!

born with dpns in hand (ouch! sorry mom)
« Reply #24 on: November 10, 2007 04:45:23 AM »

The photos are not coming up for me. I wish I could see them.
« Reply #25 on: November 11, 2007 09:48:58 PM »

ahhh, Madidolly ... that's the reason we have this mystery knitting going on! It is an old project with broken links so I'm knitting it and it looks like Tribe will too (and I'm sure she will have a much better tute than me) so that people can see it and enjoy the creativity of the person who wrote the pattern up even if her pictures are no longer available!

So ...coming soon, coming soon!

« Reply #26 on: November 23, 2007 05:41:24 PM »

I'm really sorry you've all been in the dark!  I thought I'd deleted this account (I have a different username here now), so the email notifications and whatnot were going to an email address I hardly ever check. 

Unfortunately, I don't have photos, because they got eaten when my hard drive crashed a couple of years ago.  I don't have the gloves, either.  I'll see what I can find.  Personally, I think this pattern could use a rewrite that would give it a thumb gusset; right now it's just a tube with a hole in the side for the glove.  Rick rib is a lace pattern that looks like strips of zig-zags - you can see a photo of the lace at the Walker Treasury Project.
« Reply #27 on: November 30, 2007 12:37:19 AM »

Found a photo!  You can see it on the first page in the original post.  If you don't have laceweight, use sock yarn - in fact, I recommend sock yarn.  Back when I first wrote up this pattern, my LYS didn't carry sock yarn, so I didn't have any to use. 
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