Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Geranium Fairisle Fingerless Gloves and Scarf Knitted Set

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Here we go again! Energy conservation is keeping our offices, classrooms and work places colder and colder. This winter, stay warm and look stylish at the same time. The fingerless gloves can be used at the work place, at school or when crafting at home. I am always cold and these sets have become a favorite. (I admit that I have several to match different outfits and always keep a set at work!)

The fingerless gloves are knit in the round and have no seam to interfere with your comfort. As you can see in the picture they are knit side by side on circular needles so that the pattern will match perfectly. The gloves are about 10 inches long and will fit small to large hands. The gloves begin and end in a rib stitch, which will conform to the wearer and stay snug without feeling tight.

The neck-warmer is hand knit in a rib pattern that matches the gloves and can be buttoned to wrap around the neck or unbuttoned to keep just your shoulders warm. It measures 33 inches in length and 8 inches wide with a crocheted lace border that adds an even more feminine touch.

This set would make such a thoughtful gift for a co-worker, secretary, teacher, crafter, or for someone who is always cold. The yarn is very soft acrylic yarn and can be tossed in the washer with cool water, delicate cycle and dry on cool setting or allow to air dry.

Available for purchase in my artfire or etsy store. The links are on the right hand side of my blog.

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