How difficult can it be to take pictures? Well, very difficult, if you ask me... when I've got time for it, it's either the weather not being nice enough, or there isn't anybody around to take the pictures (or model the knitted item) or the season doesn't work for me. Somehow it feels plain wrong to take pictures of gloves in the summer... but finally:
Cassandra's Gloves! The pattern was previously published in Interweave's Jane Austen magazine and it was inspired by the fact that during the Regency era, gloves were always worn outside the house. They varied in length from above the wrist for day wear to above the elbow for evening wear.
These gloves, knitted in a fingering-weight yarn, make a great pair for everyday use and will not only keep your fingers warm but will add an elegant touch to your wardrobe. They are knitted from the cuff up to the fingers and you can choose to work the cable pattern from the charts or from written instructions.
As of now, the pattern is available from my Ravelry store, here: Cassandra's Gloves.