Welcome! It's been seven years since my last pattern, but I'm still here. :)
I hope you enjoy my latest pattern, Continuity. Here is the link on Ravelry, if you haven't just come from there: https://knitty.com/ISSUEdf20/PATTcontinuity/PATTcontinuity.php.
This pattern introduces my newest un-vention, the Single Strand Glove Technique (or SSGT).
I have always loved gloves but rarely made them because I absolutely hate having to break my yarn into so many pieces and then deal with so many unfinished ends. This glove pattern shows you how to knit hand and all 5 fingers in a single unbroken strand. This technique can be used with any pattern that has extremities: gloves, mittens, socks with articulated toes, whatever. In principle, you feed the working yarn up through the inside of the finger tube so that you can pull it back down inside, and then you float the yarn back down to the hand, anchoring it to the side of the finger.
Link to video of the single strand glove technique is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnV5kQCEDf4&feature=youtu.be
Here is the tutorial that is included in the glove pattern pictured above.
Traditional glove patterns will instruct you to break the strand after finishing each finger, then resume knitting with a fresh strand. The ball of working yarn is on the outside of the finger, so you have to break it because it's too large to fit back through the tube.