Rio Gloves

Rio Gloves

Part of the book: Hitch – Patterns Inspired by the Films of Alfred Hitchcock

The book is available for download or in print  at Cooperative Press from 16.95 $

About the pattern

These fitted, wrist length gloves are my interpretation of the late 40’s, early 50’s ‘New Look’, that Ingrid Bergman shows so spectacularly as Alicia Huberman in „Notorious“. They are mostly monochrome and knit mainly in stockinette to recreate that uncluttered style, while the split cuffs, rows of contrasting slip stitch ridges and simple crochet edgings add interest to the design. Knit in stark, high contrast colors for a dramatic effect, or choose softer greys and light pinks for a more ladylike version.

rioglovesredSkills required:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Knitting with double pointed needles
  • Increases/decreases
  • Backward Loop cast on
  • Slipped stitches
  • Picking up stitches
  • Basic crochet stitches

Sizes available
Women’s S (M, L); shown in size S (grey with red accents) and M (red with black accents)
Intended to be worn with no ease.

Finished Measurements
Palm circumference: 18 (19, 20.5) cm

Materials
Yarn:
Long Cuff Version (grey with red accents)
Wollfarm Sockenwolle (75% new wool, 25% polyamide; 400m per 100 g skein)
MC Grey; 1 skein
CC Red; 26 (28, 30) m

Short Cuff Version (red with black accents)
Drachenwolle Merino Extrafine Semisolid (100% merino; 320 m per 100 g skein)
MC Bordeaux #4, 1 skein
CC Anthrazit #25; 23 (25, 27) m

rioglovesgreyNeedles:
1 set US #2/2.5 mm double-point needles
1 US #2/2.5 mm circular or pair of straight needles
US #2.5/3 mm crochet hook

Notions.
2 removable stitch markers
8 mm buttons: 4 for long, 2 for short version
Stitch holders or waste yarn
Yarn needle

About the book

Alfred Hitchcock is the world’s recognized master in the art of cinematic suspense. His films, particularly those from the 1940s–60s, offered a signature blend of mystery, glamor, and wry humor that movie-makers have been mimicking ever since. If Hitchcock can inspire the film industry, then why not knitters as well?

In this dramatic collection, knitwear designers hailing from seven different countries have taken inspiration from Hitchcock’s films to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind garments for you to knit. Whether you are planning a train ride to Mount Rushmore, a shopping excursion to a Bodega Bay bird shop, or simply a night peering out your rear window, this collection will keep you in the proper, stunning wardrobe for your Hitchcock adventures.

hitch_coverFeaturing designs by Dani Berg, Rebecca Blair, Glenna C., Kristen Hanley Cardozo, Brenda Castiel, Rachel Coopey, Jennette Cross, Anna Dalvi, Nina Machlin Dayton, Elizabeth Green Musselman, Becky Herrick, Elanor King, Triona Murphy, Carolyn Noyes, Luise O’Neill, Heather Ordover, Anne Podlesak, Stefanie Pollmeier, Jaala Spiro, Nadya Stallings, Jill Bigelow Suttell, Stephannie Tallent, Katherine Vaughan, Christina Wall, Christina Werge, Linda Wilgus, and Karin Wilmoth.

Just the bare facts
29 patterns
175 pages
ISBN: 978-1-937513-27-6

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