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March 1, 2014


A second pair commissioned for Gill A second pair commissioned for Gill

Still knitting but a period of silence was necessary if I was not to ruin the surprise.  A very thoughtful husband commissioned a pair of Yorkshire gloves in December for his wife.

Using vintage 3 ply and my interpretation of the Mary Allen gloves in the Wordsworth Museum I re-created these Yorkshire gloves for a Yorkshire lass.

Delivered and gifted it is safe to share.

These are currently a popular glove choice.  Their attraction is their similarity to a fabric glove in that they are tightly fitting.  One obvious advantage of being knitted though is that they more easily take on the shape of the wearer’s hand.

A third pair A third pair

I now have two further commissions and have managed to complete one pair between the Xmas and New Year festivities.  It has been necessary to substitute the green yarn used in Gill’s gloves and…

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