Wednesday 28 September 2016

Scots Pine

The Scots Pine glove pattern I originally designed for "Make Your Own Gifts" magazine published in October 2014, has been updated. It's been modified to include instructions for two colours rather than the original one colour.

This new version uses Stylecraft Batik DK in Olive / Old Gold and has an autumnal look to the combination, with the contrast gold colour used for the rib sections. But you could use any DK weight yarn, approximately 140m (150yds).

The glove is knitted flat on two needles. If you haven't quite mastered knitting in the round with double pointed needles, this is an alternative. There's a lace pine cone pattern which repeats three times down the front of the glove (which is much easier to knit than it looks), a  thumb gusset, with a sewn side seam.

Skills required to make these include:

Cast on/off
Knit/purl stitch
Make one stitch by lifting the bar/strand between the next stitch and knitting through the back of the loop (M1)
Bring yarn to the front of the work (Yf)
Pass a slipped stitch over the next stitch (Psso)
Knit two stitches together (K2tog)


  1. Lovely pattern and beautifully photographed.
    Cheers, Gail.
    PS Bertie will be taking his Shetland wool jumper to show off in Switzerland next month.

  2. Julia, I purchased this pattern last autumn and have made it quite a few times. It has become one of my favourite gift knitting patterns. Now I shall have to do a 2 colour version!! thank you so much for the lovely pattern

  3. Love this autumnal look - hopefully I can pull this pattern off one day!


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