Shopping Cart
0 Items $0.00
My Rewards
5%-15% Back
Search: 
Advanced Search
New
Projects
What's
New?
Yarns Needles ePatterns Printed
Stuff
Accessories Socks Kits Crochet Gifts Sales
   
Join E-Mail List
Free Patterns
Gift Certificates
Mountain Colors Yarns at FiberWild.com

Amy's Best Projects
in Mountain Colors

Exclusive Colorways

Bozemill Spring Northwoods Solstice Slate Spumoni Sugared Violet Wisconsin Tango

All Custom Colors All Custom Patterns

Even More Projects

Abalone Shell Hat Nautilus Shell Hat Jasper Lace Poncho Wendell Scarf Winter Berry Cowl Barefoot Shawlette Gradient-1 Shawl Cosmic DNA Socks Waterford Shawl

All MC Yarns All MC Patterns All MC Kits
Mountain Colors Yarns at FiberWild.com
Everything Addi Logo

Olive Wood Needles Click Sets Fixed Circulars Crochet Hooks

Click Set Reference

FlipStix DPNs

Shop Addi ...

Click Sets Fixed Circulars Double Points Straights Crochet Hooks Accessories

Everything Addi Logo
Sock of the Month Series Overview
and Destinations

This Month
Turkey's
Spice Market

Previous Months
Canterbury Cathedral Dutch Tulip Fields Spring in Japan

Shop Sock Supplies

Sock Essentials All Sock Yarns Sale Sock Yarns Sock Needles Sock Books

National Park
Series Socks
Sock of the Month
Series Overview
and eBook
Biscayne Bay Colorado River Muldrow Glacier Logan Pass Pinnacles Acadia Tidepool Chain of Craters Mammoth Springs Paradise Meadow Fern and Forest Stout Grove Continental Divide

Space Series Socks
Toasty Twined Knitted Gloves from Sweden PDF

Designed by Beth Brown-Reinsel

These Twined Knitted (or Two-End) Gloves are made with the Swedish technique Tvåändsstickning, which developed in Sweden around the 17th century in the Dalarna region. By utilizing a yarn from each end of the ball and using the yarns to work alternate stitches, a thick, warm fabric with embossed motifs can be made. The Swedish knitters used Z-plied yarns; yarns spun in an S direction, then plied together in a Z direction, so that when worked in twined knitting, the yarns would open up and soften, rather than get harder and more twisted. I recommend Black Water Abbey yarns for this project (they are Z-plied) although I have worked with conventional yarns such as Cascade 220 in twined knitting with very good results!

If you have never twined knitted before, never fear! All the information you need is in the pattern: a traditional twined knitted cast-on, directions for yarn management, how to twine knit, purl, and increase, as well as how to create the basic units of design. There is also a glossary, and charts of the right hand and left hand of the gloves.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hands • Gloves
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Size: Women's Medium
Gauge: 12 stitches and 12 rows = 2 inches in twined stockinette stitch
Needles: US 6 - 4.0 mm
Materials: Black Water Abbey 2 Ply Worsted
Weight: Worsted (9 wpi)
Yardage: yards

  This is apattern!

  • Mfr: Beth Brown Reinsel
  • Source: Knitting Traditions Ravelry Store
  • Item #: RMP277444
  • Rating: 5.0 (2 votes)
  • Difficulty: 5.0 (3 users)
 
$0-$74.99 = 5%
$75-$149.99 = 10%
Over $150 = 15%
 
 
Price: $8.00
Quantity:   
Earn at least 40 Points/$0.40 in Rewards
Need Help?

 Call

 FAQ

 Email
888-848-5648
Customer Service 7 Days a Week
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Central
Your Stuff
Who We Are
Subscribe to our Email
Connect with Us!

SSL
FiberWild! 304 S. Main Street, Galena, Illinois 61036 USA 888.848.KNIT (5648)
All Site Content and Original Design © 2004-2017 FiberWild! LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Security   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms of Use   |   Site Map