Tea Gloves in Progress


One of my favorite things about spring and summer knitting projects is that they’re almost all pretty and frivolous things. This pair of gloves that I’m working on is no exception. These tea gloves will look perfect with my dresses and cardigans when it warms up enough that I don’t have to wear a jacket. There’s nothing practical about them, and I love it. As you can see, I settled on an alternate stitch pattern, and I’ve knit most of the left glove. I’m excited to start the individual fingers. These are going to be fingerless gloves, but I’m making them the style that goes up just past your knuckles and has individual finger holes. Haha! That’s really confusing to describe, but I think you know what I mean.






3 responses to “Tea Gloves in Progress”

  1. What fun! 🙂

  2. Oooo! Summer Vespa gloves! I’m loving everything you’ve been making lately!

  3. Those look lovely. I really like the color.

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