Well, this is what I know about the fingerless mittens/gloves.
I have knit 3 pairs now, all on 4.5mm needles.
This is the latest pair.
I used a pattern by "Ella Rae" in a book I have, but can't quite find at the moment, but is was a pretty easy pattern. I just varied it for different cuffs and hand edges.
I did a quick search on Ravelry (if you are a knitter and don't know about Ravelry, well, that's something you'll want to remedy right away!!!) and found a couple of patterns that are pretty close. Unfortuneately, there are all sorts of other patterns that look like a lot of fun!! Cables!
Knitting at Knoon
and you can find the pattern for the ones below here
and these, by Erica Lomax: (more free downloads!!!)
Good thing that I've been finding new homes for some of the ones I made already -- the orange ribbed ones and a couple pairs of the recycled sweaters! Hope they do their job. I'm enjoying the grey ones!
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