These were knitted on the Knitmaster 4500 in 4 ply from an old 50s or 60s Knitmaster pattern. The pattern is written for 3 ply or 4 ply, the 3 ply gloves for women and the 4 ply gloves for men but I don’t see why you couldn’t make the women’s gloves with 4ply, following the 3 ply instructions.
My ribbing was done using the Ribmaster so is a 1×1 rib rather than 2×1 as in the instructions which are given for the main bed with reformed stitches.
The fingers are knitted as a long strip with short row shaping for the tops, both side seams sewn up at the end. I did them sew as you go and they came out alright though they were a bit fiddly to do. I also did the long seam at the opposite side to the thumb as sew as you go which meant the only sewing up I had to do at the end was the rib seam, thumb seam and sewing in the thumb.
My first attempt at knitting one of the gloves went wrong as I mis-read the pattern and ended up casting off for the base of the thumb at the wrong side and didn’t realise until I had knitted three fingers and didn’t have enough stitches for the fourth.
Here are the instructions, click on the photo to see a larger version: