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  • 1940s Knitting Pattern, Fair Isle Gloves
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      Dawn & Gill

        40s Wartime Beret Hat & Mittens

        THE original gloves were knitted in Munrospun Glenesk Wool, a fine 2-ply. They may also be made in an average 2 –ply fingering, allowing approximately 1 ½ ozs. And using No. 15 knitting needles.

        Offered here as: Digital Download (how to print and assemble)

        Size Guide

        Overall length, 11”; width across back of hand, above thumb, just over 3”.

        Sewing Notions

        9 sts. and 14 rows to 1” over the pattern, after pressing.

        Fabric Amount Guide

        FAIR ISLE BERET & GLOVES
        2 ozs. Of 3-ply Mian Colour and ¼ to ½ oz. of 3 other Colours.

        1 oz. of Munro spun Glenesk Wool and a small quantity in a darker shade for wristband; 1 pair No. 14 knitting needles; 2 small press-studs.

        NOTE: Sts. in brackets must be worked along row the number of times quoted after 2nd bracket or until stated number of sts. remain.

        Recommended Fabrics

        THE original gloves were knitted in Munro spun Glenesk Wool, a fine 2-ply. They may also be made in an average 2 –ply fingering, allowing approximately 1 ½ ozs. And using No. 15 knitting needles. See our Fabric Partners

        Skill Level

        Intermediate

        What You Will Receive

        After purchase, you will receive an email with a link to simply download at home, formatted for both 8.5"x11" Letter and A4 printing. This digital download will print actual size, full scale pattern pieces.