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Old 12-27-2010, 01:35 PM   #1
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Needle orientation question for lace gloves!
Hello hello! So, I'm trying to knit these gloves http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/libr...silised-gloves . While I think they are beautiful, I've never knit anything for the hands before, and this is my effort to get rid of some fingering weight yarn I wanted to use for some Fair Isle mittens, but decided that I'd better practice flat Fair Isle before jumping into Fair Isle in the round . My question is do you knit on two needles instead of the three for the lace pattern on the top of the glove (as if to knit flat) since the bottom is st st? Then for the bottom do you knit as if it's flat in st st as well?

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