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lace up opera gloves

by ysoldateague January 22, 2006

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Materials:approx 128 metres (140 yards) of worsted weight yarn, I used 2 skeins ofDebbie Bliss Alpaca Silk in colour 09; 4 metres (4.4 yards) of ribbon, I used 1″ wide black satin.


Tools:
1 pair 5mm needles; yarn needle; 2 stitch markers; scrap yarn.


Gauge:
16 sts and 24 rows = 10cm (4″) in stocking st.

Size: one size. The lacing makes it pretty adjustable but making them wider or longer would be a simple matter. Just CO more sts or work more rows.
Pattern:

* Pattern is given for right glove. Reverse thumb gusset shaping for left glove.

CO 20 sts.
Work 2 rows in stocking st.
Next row: K2, *yo, k2tog, repeat from * to last 2 sts, k2.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Next row: Knit across row picking up cast on sts and knitting them together with each st.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k1, yo, k2tog, k to last 4 sts, ssk, yo, k2.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Next row: sl1, knit to end.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Next row: sl1, knit to end.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Repeat last 6 rows 12 more times.
Next row: sl 1, k1, yo, k2tog, k to last 4 sts, ssk, yo, k2.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k 2, ssk, k to last 5 sts, k2tog, k3.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k 2, ssk, k to last 5 sts, k2tog, k3.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k1, yo, k2tog, k to last 4 sts, ssk, yo, k2.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k 3, m1, k to last 6sts, m1, k2tog, k3.
Next row: sl1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k 4, pm, m1, k2, m1, pm, k to end.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k1, yo, k2tog, k to marker, slip marker, m1, k to next marker, m1, slip marker, k to last 4 sts, ssk, yo, k2.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k to marker, slip marker, m1, k to next marker, m1, slip marker, k to end.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k to marker, slip marker, m1, k to next marker, m1, slip marker, k to end.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k1, yo, k2tog, k to marker, slip marker, m1, k to next marker, m1, slip marker, k to last 4 sts, ssk, yo, k2.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl1, k to 1st marker, remove marker, slip the 12 sts between the markers onto scrap yarn, remove 2nd marker, CO 2, k 2 end.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, knit to end.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, k1, yo, k2tog, k to last 4 sts, ssk, yo, k2.
Next row: sl 1, purl to end.
Next row: sl 1, knit to end.
Cast off knit wise from the WS.
Slip thumb stitches from waste yarn onto needle.
CO 2 sts, k to end.
Next row: CO 2 sts, purl to end.
Slipping first sts of every row work 3 more rows in stocking st.
Cast off knit wise from the WS.

Sew short edges of thumb together and cast on sts of thumb and hand together.

Repeat for left glove reversing gusset increases.

* Note: there is no reason you couldn’t use dpns to knit the thumb in the round. I just didn’t have any handy when I made them.

These need a name, any suggestions?

ysoldateague
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