venerdì 26 dicembre 2008

Guanti senza dita - Fingerless Gloves Pattern





Ciao a tutti,
avete passato bene il Natale?
Io ho approfittato di un po' del mio tempo libero per inserire questo nuovo Free Pattern, per eseguire dei caldi e comodissimi guanti senza dita.
Sono molto pratici e permettono di fare un mucchio di cose con le dita mantenendo al caldo il palmo della mano!
Come al solito, trovate la spiegazione in inglese, ma se desiderate averla in italiano, scrivetemi e ve la invierò al più presto!

***

Hi everyone!
Have you had a great Christmas? I have a lot of free time (finally!) and I add this new Free Pattern in my blog, to knit these warm and comfortable fingerless gloves.
They are very practicals and let you do a lot of things with your fingers while your palm is kept warm.
If you have any question or correction on my "bad english" let me know!!!

***



***

FINGERLESS GLOVES by Daknit


Size: For men, big hands. If you want to do them for women, just use more little needle and yarn.


NECESSARY:


  • I used for each pair 50 grams of Lana d'Irlanda in blue.

  • A little bit of a contrast color wool,if you want to do initials.

  • Needles: US 7 (4,5 mm)



HOW TO:

LEFT HAND:

Cast on 40 stitches and knit 2, purl 2 for 14 rows. Then go on, working stockinette stitches for 4 rows.

Now, at the two sides of the central stitch, make 1 knit.You have to repeat it for 6 times, taking care to add stitches over the previous one.

At the end of these 6, separate 15 stitches (for the thumb) and work stockinette stitches for 2 rows, then knit 2, purl 2, for 4 rows. Bind off with a needle: in that way these last stitches are more elastics.

Then work the remaining stitches left: 4 rows in stockinette stitches and 4 rows knit 2, purl 2. Bind off in the same previous way.

Do the same work for the right hand, pay attention to separate the 15 stitches for thumb in the end of the row this time.


Now you have your gloves opened. To close them, you have to sew the different parts ( thumb, palm, wrist ) with hidden stitches.

Your gloves are ready to wear.


If you want to personalize them, you can emboider on the initials of your name. Here is some ways to do it:


  • SWISS DARNING:

  1. To do Swiss Darning put your needle under the yarn of a knit stitch, then from right to left behind the knit stitch over it.


  2. Thread the needle from the lower part to the higher one, under the same horizontal yarn from which has came out the first half of this stitch. Keep the same tension of the plain stitch.


  • CROSS STITCHING:


    1. Put the needle under a yarn which connect 2 stitches. Pass across on the right, bring the needle down, under the yarn which connect the next 2 stitches.



    2. Pass across on the left, thread the needle over the yarn between the 2 stitches, from which come out the yarn, then put it on bias under the next plain stitch and take it on again under the horizontal yarn.

Hoping to help you, I remain at your disposal for every further information.

I know that my english is not perfect.

Any correction is welcome!


4 commenti:

amanda ha detto...

Thanks for this Daniela!

Hope you had a fantastic Christmas!

28 dicembre 2008 13:15
Sam ha detto...

What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing the pattern and instructions. Hope you had a lovely Christmas too.

28 dicembre 2008 17:41
Anonimo ha detto...

And a very Merry Christmas to you too!
yarnorgy

30 dicembre 2008 00:18
Anonimo ha detto...

Grazie! SOno bellissimi!

Chiara

5 gennaio 2009 10:17

Posta un commento