for Mountain Colors c.2008
Now and Then Armlets or Fingerless Gloves
Says McKay about the armlets: "My grandmother's 1915 knitting book came with the 'official directions' for War Relief Work. The armlet was designed and knit by wives, girl friends, sisters & mothers for their young men serving in World War I. The original pattern boasts 'They have stood the practical test of actual use'. These armlets are just as practical and cozy now for warm hands and finger freedom." For the glove: "... made with K2, P2 rib for the cuff and it continues the rib onto the top of the hand along with a simple cable. The palm and fingers are worked in Stockinette stitch." Simple, beautiful, worthy.
- In by
- no charts
- no schematics
- no sewing
- circular, no sewing
- armlets in 2 sizes for women, men; fingerless gloves in 1 size to fit average woman
- scanned PDF has 6 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 3.5 mm
- US 4
- 22.0 st st
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