It's a ladies Small, 92% cashmere 8% wool. oh so soft! That $2 got me the lovely pair of cuffed gloves I'm about to show you, and I have probably 3/4 of the sweater left for more projects!
You will also want to just square off the cuff so the cut end is straight. You could remove some length here, if desired. I wanted to keep the cuffs as long as possible.
|cut the cuffs in half - go with the knitting|
|trace with chalk|
|cut a 2nd set|
Step 5: Sew the glove pieces together. Take 2 glove pieces and put them together, wrong sides facing out. Sew around the edges, staying as close to the edge as you can without missing both pieces. You can trim any excess when you're finished but you don't want to take away so much that the gloves end up too small!
|snip away any excess fabric after sewing together|
turn it right side out and make sure there aren't any holes
|glove right side out, cuff right side in|
|careful to only sew through 2 layers at a time!|
|try it on and check to be sure seems are complete|
|go out in the cold and test them out!|