I am thrilled to share the second pattern from the winter accessories section of Kniterary Crochet: the Daisy Buchanan Gloves. Inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, these fingerless gloves are crocheted in rows and later seamed together, leaving an opening for the thumb. The combination of lace and ribbing provides two inches of negative ease, which make them stretchy and able to fit most adult women’s hands.
I mean, just look at the difference before they were put on:
Indulge in some 1920s decadence and embrace you’re inner Gatsby. The Daisy Buchanan Gloves will instantly transform you into the socialite you were always meant to be. The pattern includes a chart along with the written instructions for your convenience, and you can get the pattern right now by clicking here:
A PDF will be emailed to you by Ravelry. You don’t need to be a Ravelry member to order, but if you are, the PDF will show up in your library. If you are a member of Ravelry, you can view the Daisy Buchanan pattern here.
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One of my favorite things about this pattern, other than the look itself, was that I was able to make them with the Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light I had left over from crocheting the Seven Rings Cowl. I’m one of those utilitarian people who hate throwing away even the smallest of yarn scraps, so being able to use the leftover 170 yards for this project felt awesome. Plus, I’m in love with the “Candlewick” colorway. It just seems so regal and opulent to me.
“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.”