OK, it has been awhile since I posted about this, but I also haven't had the time lately to knit as I'd like.
I have the right glove done and it looks great. I started the right glove, and though I messed up to the point of just starting over because I missed a key increase early on and had no idea how to correct, I am at the part of knitting the fingers. And while I'm pleased with the pattern and how it is coming out, as this is my first pair of gloves I've ever knit, having instructions where you have to refer back to the first glove you've knit and read those instructions is mildly frustrating. I'm getting used to it though with one exception:
After slipping 14 stitches to thread for fourth finger, casting on 2 sts, and knitting 4 rounds for those 42 sts, it says to discontinue cable pattern and work first finger. Because I'm now on the left glove do I follow it this same exact way? It seems like I would, only now I'm working with the palm side of the work facing me when I start as opposed to the back cabled side. Is this how I should think of it? I'm sure if I just knit it will make sense, but where this is a gift for someone I'm not feeling bold enough as to just go for it and if I messed it up it would just be mine and I wouldn't care.