Knitted Winter Gloves

Winter is just around the corner, and what better way to keep your hands warm and cozy than with a pair of knitted winter gloves? These gloves are not your ordinary gloves; they are crafted with love and attention to detail. The intricate patterns and designs on these gloves make them a fashion statement in themselves. Whether you prefer a classic cable knit or a trendy Fair Isle pattern, there is a pair of knitted winter gloves out there that will suit your style perfectly.



  • PRO “Takumi” Bamboo Knitting Needles (8.0 mm)
  • PRO “Takumi” Bamboo Knitting Needles (4.5 mm)


  • Manos del Uruguay “Alegria Grande”
  • 75% Merino Superwash / 25% Polyamide
  • 197 yards/180 meters
  • 1 skein
  • Sample done in Color “Coffee”


  • Darning Needle (SKU: 339)
  • Scissors (SKU: 493/CW)
  • Stitch Markers (SKU: 329)
  • Cable Needle (SKU: 341)
    • OR a Jumbo Locking Stitch Marker works well (SKU: 3109)


20 sts and 26 rows = 4 inches / 10 cm in stockinette stitch on larger needles


Gloves fit the average adult female. Finished measurements are 10 in / 25 cm tall, 3 in / 8 cm wide, and 6 in / 15 cm circumference when lying flat unstretched.


bor – beginning of round

C2PL – cable two purl left (place next st onto cn and hold to front, P1, K1 off cn)

C2PR – cable two purl right (place next st onto cn and hold to back, K1, P1 off cn)

C2L – cable two left (place next st onto cn and hold to front, K1, K1 off cn)

C2R – cable two right (place next st onto cn and hold to back, K1, K1 off cn)

CO – cast on

cn – cable needle

rnd/rnds – round/rounds

sl1 – slip one stitch

sm – stitch marker

SSK – slip slip knit (1 st decrease)

st/sts – stitch/stitches

wyif – with yarn in front


Always slip stitches purlwise with yarn held in back unless otherwise noted. If you want to make your gloves smaller or larger, pattern is a multiple of 4.


Using smaller needles, cast on 44 sts. Join to work in the round being careful not to twist. Place sm to note bor.

*K1, P1* for 12 rnds.

Change to larger needle.

Cable Pattern Stitch (Rnds 1 – 13 make the cable pattern stitch)

Rnd 1: *K1, C2PR, P1* around

Rnd 2: *K2, P2* around

Rnd 3: *C2R, P2* around

Rnd 4: *K2, P2* around

Rnd 5: sl1, *C2PL, C2PR* to last 3 sts, C2PL, place next st onto cn and hold to back, remove sm, K1, replace sm onto right needle, P1

Rnd 6: P1, K2, *P2, K2* to end

Rnd 7: *P2, C2L* around

Rnd 8: *P2, K2* around

Rnd 9: sl1, *C2RP, C2LP* to last 3 sts, C2RP, place next st onto cn and hold to front, remove sm, P1, replace sm to right needle, K1

Rnd 10: K1, P2, *K2, P2* to end

Rnd 11: *C2R, P2* around

Rnd 12: *K2, P2* around

Rnd 13: *K1, C2PL, P1* around

*K1, P1* for 10 rnds.

You will now be working back and forth in rows for the thumbhole opening.

Row 1 (RS): *K1, P1* to last 2 sts, SSK. Turn work to begin working in rows. (43 sts)

Row 2 (WS): wyif sl1, *K1, P1* to end

Row 3 (RS): sl1, *P1, K1* to last 2 sts, P2

Work Rows 2 – 3 four more times.

Work Row 2 once more.

Next Row: sl1, *P1, K1* to end. Do not turn. CO 1 st and rejoin to work in the rnd. Place sm to note bor. (44 sts)

*K1, P1* for 5 rnds.

Work cable pattern stitch rounds 1 – 13 again.

Change to smaller needles.

*K1, P1* for 6 rnds.

Work sewn bind off.

Weave in tails.

These gloves shouldn’t require any blocking.

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