Cuffs

I’m starting a new pair and this means casting on and deciding which cuff to use. So I got out lots of the gloves I’ve knitted and some that I haven’t and used my new phone to take pictures of the cuffs. Here they are:

The first group are single rib in two colours as found on the Mary Allen gloves. It must be my favourite type.

The slightly random layout is not intentional – I can’t get the images to go where I want them!

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These are two colour but in narrow stripes and 2 and 2 rib. The cuff is more elastic.

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Various double and triple ribs. These are not very stretchy but can be attractive.

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This is from an Estonian glove

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