Gully gloves are so versatile, you will just have to make a whole batch of them! They are sproingy, comfy and knit up in two shakes of a lamb’s tail.
This simple pattern offers mix and match styles: short or long arm, short or long garter cuff, or no garter cuff at all. Thumb or no thumb? It’s all up to your taste!
These gloves are knit from the bottom to the top with a worsted weight yarn. The garter cuff is knitted on to live stitches. There is no gusset and no sewing is required. These gloves have a slightly visible seam.
Skills: knit, purl; knitting on to live stitches, three needle bind off (garter cuff only)
Sizes: adult small (medium, large); shown in medium
various; medium is approx 10 cm across arm lying flat unblocked
approx 20 sts = 10 cm in St st on 4 mm as given on ball band
approx 22 sts and 48 rows = 10 cm in gully patt on 4.5 mm
Yarn: worsted weight wool
1-2 skeins Quince & Co Lark
123 m per 50 g
shown in colours Fjord (navy blue), Bird’s Egg (light blue) and Honey (olive)
Fjord (navy) gloves
Short arm, short garter cuff, with thumb.
Used approx 43 g/1.5 oz, 105 m/115 yds.
Bird’s Egg (light blue) gloves
Long arm, no garter cuff, without thumb.
Used approx 70 g/2.5 oz, 169 m/185 yds.
Honey (olive) gloves
Long arm, long garter cuff, without thumb.
Used approx 76 g/2.7 oz, 187 m/204 yds.
4 mm dpns (for garter cuff only)
4.5 mm dpns
or size needed to obtain gauge
Other Materials: tapestry needle or teeny crochet hook; stitch marker