The GMC Group
The GMC Group

The GMC Group

ISBN: 978-1-86108-668-6

Your edition of this book may require the following corrections, these appear in bold:

Child’s Play
Page 13 – 2-needle gloves
Next row: Purl.
Next row: K21, M1R, k5, M1L, k21.
Next row: Purl.
Cont in this way, adding 2 sts on every k row (the M1 on each side of gusset), until the row M1R, k13, M1L is worked. Cont in sts st until work measures 21/2in (6cm) from rib (RS facing).
Shape top
*(K2tog) to end of row on thumb only, k1. Purl 1 row *.

Lady in Blue
Page 22 – Fairisle section
Work 9 rounds in Fairisle patt rep foll chart thumb sts have been set aside on waste yarn at *
Second stripe sequence
Delete line – 5 rounds in light blue
Begin thumb shaping
Round 9: K21, M1R, k11, M1L, work to end.
Round 11: K21, M1R, k13, M1L, work to end.
Delete round 13 and change round 14 to round number 12.
Place 15 thumb sts on waste yarn for later *. Cont to end of round. 43 sts. Dec 1 st. 42 sts. Continue in Fairisle patt for 9 rows, then in light blue up to fingers (approx 4 rows after end of Fairisle). Place these 42 sts on waste yarn so the ends are at the little finger end, ready to work fingers. Start second stripe sequence.
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Softly Softly
Page 43 – Cable pattern
Row 1: K2, (p2, k2) six times, p2, C10F, p2, k2, p2.
Rows 2–6: K2, (p2, k2) six times, p2, k10, p2, k2, p2.

Men’s Cable Glove
P46 – Right glove
Foundation rounds 1–2: K2, p2, k2 (p2, k4, p2, k8, p2, k4, p2) to set cable pattern (k2, p2) 9 times. 66 sts.
Cable pattern
Row 2: (P2, k4, p2, k8, p2, k4, p2).

P47 – 1st column
Ending with a row 1 of pattern works well but is not critical.
Work the cables and then work to the last 8 sts of the round. This stitch and its increase * remain with the main part of the glove. Work the remaining 7 sts of the round. Reserve these 7 sts and the 9 sts from the start of the next round on a thread or safety pins for the little finger. 16 sts. Cont by knitting into the front and back of the next stitch *, pulling the yarn tight behind the little finger stitches (the 2 inc sts marked * will form the forchette between the third and the little finger).
Work 2 or more rounds depending on how much lower the little finger is than other fingers, keeping the pattern correct on these 52 sts.
Work fingers starting with the little finger. Place rem sts on holders or waste yarn with ends facing little finger.
With palm facing place the 7 front sts reserved for the little finger on a dpn and the back 9 sts on another dpn.
Pick up 1 st from bet the sts ** cast on 2 rows previously, k the picked-up st, then the 7 sts of the first dpn and then the 9 sts from the back dpn. 17 sts (for the little finger).
Work in the round on these stitches for 2½in (6cm).
Note: All finger lengths are average and can be adjusted as required.
Third (ring) finger
With palm facing, take 7 sts from the front and 9 from the back (16 sts) (this should take you to the centre of the cable panel).
Left glove
Cast on 66 sts, setting cable as folls: (p2, k2) 9 times (24-st cable bracket), k2, p2, k2.

Northern Star
Page 55 – Chart
Please see pdf for the glove chart required for this project.

Lace Squares
Page 66 – Right hand
Round 1: (K3, yf, s1, k1, psso, k2, p7) to end.
Round 2 (and all alternative rows): (K7, p7) to end.
Round 3: (K1, k2tog, yf, k1, yf, s1, k1, psso, k1, p7) to end.
Round 5: (K2tog, yf, k3, yf, s1, k1, psso, p7) to end.
Round 11: (P7, k3, yf, s1, k1, psso, k2) to end.
Thumb shaping
Where round is stated this should read row. i.e Round 1 becomes Row 1.
Row 3: (K21, M1L, k1, M1R), work to end.
Row 5: (K21, M1R, k3, M1L) work to end.
Cont as set, adding 2 sts every other row until the row (k21, M1R, k15, M1L, k21) has been worked. Put thumb sts on a thread (17 sts). Cont on 42 sts. Work in patt until the fourth row of squares has been completed.

Page 67 – Little finger
Cast on and purl 2 sts, k2, p2, k1 on first needle then k1, p2, k2 from second. 12 sts
Third (ring) finger
Cast on and purl 2 sts at beg of rnd, (k2, p2, k2) on first needle, pick up and purl 2 sts from base of last finger, (k2, p2, k2) to end. 16 sts
Place sts from waste yarn on dpns, dec1 at the glove end. 16 sts

Llama Mittens
Page 70 – Thumb
P38(36) turn, M1R, inc by knitting into the front and back of the next st (kf and b), k15(13), kf and b, M1L, 21(19) sts.

A Pride of Peacocks
Page 82 – Gloves
Next and every alt round: Inc the gusset (as set) by 2 sts. The shaping of the next inc row will be (M1, k3, M1). Cont until the inc round (M1R, k17, M1L) has been worked.

Caught in the Slips
P 90 - Gloves
With 3.25mm needles and MC, cast on 48 sts and work in 1 x 1 rib for 2 3/4 (2 1/4)in [7(6)cm], inc on final round for man's size only as rolls: (k4, M1) to last 4 sts, k4. 56 (48) sts.

Textured Heather
Page 92 – Tension
29 sts and 32 rows to 4in (10cm) over patt using 3mm needles
A set each 3mm (UK11:US3) and 3.5mm (UK9–10:US4) double-pointed needles

Page 94 – Glove
Change to 3.5mm needles for both and k 1 row.

Grazing Sheep
Page 125 – Right glove
Rounds 8–9(10): (P4, k2) to end.
Rep rows 1–9(10) until work measures 31/3(31/2)in [8.5 (9)cm] or desired length to fingers. At the same time work gusset

Tweed Toastie
Page 129 - Handwarmers
Right hand: Work 27 sts, place marker, M1, place marker, work 21 sts.
Left hand: Work 21 sts, place marker, M1, place marker, work 27 sts.
Work a further 3 rows in part, knitting the gusset st.

Bell frill
Page148 – Techniques
Row 2: (right side) P3 *(skpo, k5, k2tog) p5* repeat ** to last 12 sts then repeat bracket once, p3 (37 sts).
Row 4: P3 *(skpo, k3, k2tog) p5* repeat ** to last 10 sts then repeat bracket once, p3 (31 sts).
Row 6: P3 *(skpo, k1, k2tog) p5* repeat ** to last 8 sts then repeat bracket once, p3 (25 sts).
Row 8: P3 *(s1, k2tog, psso) p5* repeat ** to last 6 sts then repeat bracket once, p3 (19 sts).

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