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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Super Simple Fingerless Gloves: Free Crochet Pattern!

Hello everyone! I've been getting a LOT of likes on my Facebook page and I just wanted to take a minute and say hi (: and also thank all of my wonderful readers. Without you I don't think I would be motivated to post so much. Thank you for keeping me motivated and inspired to keep going every day!




I've clearly been on a fingerless gloves kick this season (check out some of my stuff here and here), and so I decided to make yet another free pattern! This time for a very simple pair of gloves that can be easily customized with different color combinations. Its a very simple and straight forward pattern, perfect for something easy to do while watching tv, waiting at appointments, in line at the grocery store... (okay, I haven't personally done the last one but you get the point!). 


I have also put together a short list of the reasons why I happen to be addicted to wearing a pair of fingerless gloves everywhere I go:
  • The obvious, they leave my fingers free to text/crochet/zip toddlers jackets up/buckle car seats
  • They actually keep my palms fairly warm, so even though my fingers aren't covered, my hands are warm! I usually get over heated and this helps.
  • They are quick, easy, and fun to make. Color combinations are endless!

I hope you find these gloves as useful and awesome as I do!



Super Simple Fingerless Gloves

Free Crochet Pattern

By The Hippy Hooker




Materials
G Hook
1 Skein Worsted Weight Yarn (or two if doing color change)

Abbreviations
ch - Chain
sc - Single Crochet
blo - Back Loop Only
sl st - Slip Stitch
st - Stitch

Notes
Color changes for striped gloves are as follows:
Color A: Grey
Color B: Turquoise

Cuff: A
Glove:
Row 1-3 A
Row 4-7 B
Row 8-10 A
Row 11-14 B
Row 15-19 A
Row 20-21 B
Row 22-23 A

Pattern

Cuff

Row 1: Ch 11, SC blo in 2nd ch from hook and each ch after. Ch 1, turn
Row 2: SC blo in each st across. Ch 1, turn.
Row 3-24: Repeat row 2.
Fold piece in half and sl st together to form the cuff. You will now be working around one side.

Glove
Row 1: Ch 1, SC evenly 24 st around. Sl st to first sc to join.
Row 2: Ch 1, SC in each sc around, sl st to join.
Row 3-17: Repeat row 2
Row 18 is where you will create the thumb opening.
Row 18 Left Glove: ch 1 sc in first 6 st, ch 4 sk 4 st, sc around sl st to join
Row 18 Right Glove: ch 1 sc in each st around, leave last 4 st unworked. ch 4, sl st to first sc to join.
Row 19: Ch 1, sc in each st around, making 4 sc in each ch4 space.
Row 20-23: Ch 1, sc in each st around. Sl st to join.
Finish off and weave in your ends.


Happy Hookin'!
And as always, if you have any questions, problems, or concerns leave a comment or email me at jc91691@aol.com. (:




7 comments:

  1. wonderful pattern - thanks for sharing!

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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  2. 24 rows of ribbing makes an awfully large cuff when folded doesnt it? Im a newbie.. perhaps its something I did?

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  3. Thank you for your easy pattern Jocelyn...it's just what I was after.

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  4. This worked up beautifully. Love your pattern.

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  5. Thanks for the lovely pattern, my first time making fingerless gloves. Easy pattern.

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  6. Thank you for sharing your pattern. It was my first time making fingerless gloves.
    http://34creations.com/crochet-superhero-inspired-hat-and-fingerless-gloves/

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  7. Thank you for sharing! I love love love this pattern. It works up very nicely!!!! Thanks again!! Joyce

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