Fingerless gloves are known for ages. For some time they weren't vey popular. Nowdays their necessity is motivated by the reality and modern human needs. Many buttons surround us and we have to press them. Fingers should be free and hands be protected from cold and wind. That's how fingerless gloves appeared.
The yarn of these women's fingerless gloves is a mix of two different kinds of dog underfur: light-gray (Keeshond) and black (Newfoundland dog), whose mixture gives silver-gray colour. But the key element of the yarn is that underfur of these dogs has long hair which is almost not fluffy. For more softness goat underfur with long hair is added. This work is may be said for those who appreciate not only aesthetic appearance, but also comfort, softness, naturality of a knitted work and its warmness.
These fingerless gloves are knitted with a rare japonic pattern which can be good adornment for every work. It's ideal for such works, as combination of front and back side mashes creates ribbing effect that provides excellent fitting for a hand of any size. The yarn of these fingerless gloves consists of mix of dog and goat underfur that makes the work soft, warm and comfortable. Silver-grey colour never goes out of fashion due to its neutrality. Combination of front and back side mashes implies good fitting for a hand of any size.
The work doesn't have any signs of dog wool smell, as it has two stages of washing: firstly the yarn itself is washed, then the finished work goes washing. I don't use cutted wool, only underfur.
How to keep
Washing and rinsing only in warmed water. Recommended use special wash powder for woolen clothes. After rinsing and wringing out the work should be put on cotton cloth and rolled for better drying. Beforehand the appropriate form for the work should be made. Then the work is leaved for 1-2 hours for natural moisture soak-up. Finally the work is dried up as usual. While meeting the requirements you will have the work in excellent condition for a long time.