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Winter: A Sanquhar Glove Pattern PDF

Designed by Beth Brown-Reinsel

I have been fascinated by the lovely Scottish tradition of Sanquhar gloves since I first saw a photograph of them. Drawn to their apparent complexity, I was happily surprised at the simple logic of their construction. Due to their fixed layout, these gloves are best knitted in different sizes by changing the needle and yarn size. I could not resist playing with the squares, while leaving the basic architecture alone. Now that I live in Vermont and winter is always around the corner, I chose little pine trees and snowflakes to grace my gloves that will keep me warm in beautiful, but frigid, New England.

Craft: Knitting
Category: Accessories • Hands • Gloves
Size: 7¼ (7¾, 8) inches (18.4 [19.7, 20.3] cm) in circumference
Gauge: 46 stitches and 46 rows = 4 inches in charted pattern
Needles: US 00 - 1.75 mm
Materials: Upton Yarns Cotswold x Romney Fingering weight (suitable for Sanquhar knitting)
Weight: Light Fingering
Yardage: 420 - 525 yards

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  • Mfr: Beth Brown Reinsel
  • Source: Knitting Traditions Ravelry Store
  • Item #: RMP508056
  • Rating: 5.0 (1 vote)
  • Difficulty: 7.0 (1 user)
 
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