Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Tuesday Tutorial: Free Crochet Pattern for Fingerless Gloves

Today I'm going to share a crochet pattern that I made up. It's for fingerless gloves that I made my friend a few weeks ago to match her cloche hat and cowl.

This pattern is worked in the back loops only for all rows but the foundation and when you sew it together. I used Lion Brand Homespun Yarn which is a bulky weight yarn and a K hook. You can use any bulky (6) weight yarn and a K hook. Or, use a smaller hook for a smaller size. The ch1 at the end of each row does not count as the first stitch.

Chain 26 turn.
Dc in 2nd ch from hook and next 24, ch1 turn. (25)
25dc, ch1, for 2 more rows.
This row is where you'll insert your thumb hole. 6dc, ch4, 2dc, 13hdc, ch1, turn.
25hdc, ch1, turn.
4 rows of 25dc, ch1, turn.
2 rows of 25hdc, ch1, turn.
Fold right sides together and using a yarn needle sew together.

There you have it! Super easy, really comfy, and really quick to work up. Let me know if you have questions and I'm more than happy to help!!

Please note this pattern is to be used for personal use only. Please don't make these and sell them. If you want one that's already made because you don't want to make them yourself, that's fine! Let us know and we'll make them for you! We have a shop and will happily sell you a set of these. So, please be nice and don't sell this pattern or use it for things you sell. Thanks, friends. :)


Jennifer said...

Super cute!

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