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October 24, 2009

It is funny how things can quickly get out of hand. What started as a simple little sock has grown to proportions bordering on obsession. My friend Linda was one of the test knitters for the Arwen slipper sock. She loved the pattern and is now constantly bombarding me with ideas for expanding the Arwen line. “Don’t you think that stitch pattern would make a cute hat, scarf, cowl, doormat, shower curtain, nose cozy…” While I am not ready to admit that an Arwen nose cozy is a good idea, some of her suggestions had more merit. Here is the latest addition to the Arwen live of elven accessories.

Arwen Fingerless Gloves

These delicate little gloves will keep your hands warm without interfering with the use of your fingers. Perfect for wearing while knitting or doing other hand work. These gloves coordinate with the rest of Arwen’s elven accessories.

Knit in the round on dpns or circulars, this low yardage pattern will allow you that luxury yarn splurge without breaking the bank. Since they don’t require a lot of yarn, this is a great project for using up that odd skein of yarn.

Ribbing in the hand makes the pattern fit a wide variety of sizes. The upper photos are of a tiny-handed teen and the lower photos are my much larger hand so you can see that the sizing is quite flexible. The pattern comfortably fits hands 7 – 8.5 inches (measured at the knuckles). Length is easily adjustable. They knit up quickly for last minute gift giving.

Pattern is available as a download through Ravelry or in print through my etsy store.

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