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Vi ricordate i guanti con la treccia che vi avevo presentato il mese scorso?

Do you remember the cabled fingerless gloves I talked about last month? 
 

Visto il successo riscosso ho pensato di scriverne lo schema e di arricchirlo con foto esplicative dei passaggi più complicati. Lo schema è stato gentilmente testato dalla cara Nata (sotto una foto di quelli che ha realitzzato lei) ed è disponibile in formato .pdf sia in italiano che in inglese (US terms).
I guanti sono taglia unica e si adattano ad essere indossati da tutti; in caso di necessità particolari prima di modificare il numero di punti spesso è sufficiente provare con un filato più sottile o più spesso o un uncinetto diverso.
Questi guanti sono rapidi da realizzare, basta qualche ora libera, ma fanno un figurone - e inutile che vi dica che sarebbero un ottimo regalo di Natale! : )

Se vi piacerebbe realizzare questi guanti approfittate dell'offerta lancio: fino al 3 di dicembre il prezzo dello schema sarà di 2,90 !

Lo trovate nei miei shop di Etsy e Artesanum, oppure potete riceverlo scrivendomi una mail.

Since they've made a smash I decided to write down the pattern to make them, with photos to show how to do the hardest passages. The pattern's been kindly tested by my dear friend Nata (below you can see a pic of her own gloves) and you can have it in .pdf format either in English (US terms) or Italian.
The gloves are one size and fit most women and young men as well. Should you need to make them bigger or smaller you can simply try a different wool and/or hook, that's often enough, without adding or cutting a few stitches.
These gloves are quick to make, all you need is a few free hours, but they're sure to make a sensation - and needless to say, they'd be a great Xmas present! : )

If you'd like to make these gloves, hurry up: the pattern will be 2,90 € only till December 3rd!

You can directly download the pattern on Ravelry, find it on both my Etsy  and Artesanum shops, or you can get it by simply sending me and e-mail. 

Ecco quelli di Nata!

Check out Nata's!

Comments

  1. Beautiful gloves!!!
    Have a hice evening.:*

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  2. Ciao sono davvero belli ed eleganti i tuoi guanti e anche quelli colorati di Nata!!davvero una bella idea regalo!!Bacioni e buon fine settimana!!

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  3. Belli e utili...... per il freddo che tarda a venire!!! Un caro saluto

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  4. Ma mi hai cambiato nome?Questi guanti sono proprio una bella idea regalo!Buon fine settimana,Valentina!Salutami Melatia!

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  5. Amei conhecer o seu blog, já fiquei por aqui!!!Achei maravilhoso!!!
    Visite-me:http://algodaotaodoce.blogspot.com.br/
    Siga-me e pegue o meu selinho!!!

    Obrigada.

    Beijos Marie.

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  6. Also here again a big thank you, my dear! I posted about your pattern now, too, sorry for the delay! Fingers crossed that you'll sell many patterns :-). Happy weekend! Nata xxx

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