The most difficult part was picking up stitches at the right place, so it won't look too ugly. I'm not too happy with it, but moving on anyway. The fingers are very snug. I started out with looser fingers that somehow looked fat, so ripped and re-knit. Anyway, here it is, first glove all done. And the little finger looks smaller due to a cable running down that side of the glove. This glove is part of the PeacefulPalms knitalong hosted by Nona. I have a question for the knitalongers - How do you weave in and secure the ends? Two of the woven-in ends have already poked out through the front of the glove! I am going to try sewing the ends onto the wrong side with some thread.
This is a pair of fingerless gloves that I knit up some time back, just 2 X 2 rib and gusset with increases for the thumb. Yarn: Jaeger extra fine merino dk (dream yarn) in a speckled grey. Trying to see if I can part with it and gift it. Behind the gloves is a Japanese sewing magazine that I just found. While the patterns are really stylish and beautiful, I fear that they are mostly too difficult for me to excute.