Fingerless Gloves

Dec 22, 2007
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Author

Nicole Sanders

Introduction

These fingerless gloves are quick and easy to make. They will keep your hands warm in winter and make great gifts.

Materials List

Size H/5.00mm Crochet hook.

Approx 32g of any 8ply yarn. I used 8ply mulitcolored yarn that i had left over from another project.

Finished Size

Approx 16cm long.

Gauge

18 sc and 12 rows of cuff pattern = 4" (10cm)

Notes

Abbreviations:

st / sts = stitch / stitches

ch = chain

ss = slip stitch

sc = singe crochet

tr = treble crochet

The Pattern

Cuff:

Work all sts through back loop only.

Beg: Make 16 ch.

Row 1: 1 sc in 3rd ch from hook, 1 ch in next 13 ch, 1 ch, turn.

Row 2: sc in next 14 ch, 1 ch, turn.

Rows 3-25. Repeat row 2.

Join beg row and row 25 together using ss, 1 ch, do not fasten off.

 

Mitten:

Working into the ends of the cuff rows.

Row 1: sc in the end of each cuff row (25 sc), ss to join, 1 ch.

Turn cuff inside out, the right is now facing.

Row 2: 2 sc, *(1 tr and 1 sc in next sc), 2 sc, 1 tr, 3 sc,  repeat from * to end, ending with 3 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

You now have bobbles on the the outside of your gove

Row 3: sc in next 26 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 4: 4 sc, *(1 tr and 1 sc in next sc), 3 sc, repeat from * to end, ending with 4 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 5: sc in next 30 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 6: 2 sc, *1 tr, 4 sc,  repeat from * to end, ending with 2 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 7: repeat row 5.

Row 8: 6 sc, *1 tr, 4 sc,  repeat from * to end, ending with 4 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 9: repeat row 5.

Row 10: 2 sc, 5 ch, skip next 5 sc, 5 sc, *sc 1 tr, 4 sc,  repeat from * to end, ending with 6 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 11: sc in next 30 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 12: sc in next 30 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 13: dec 2 sts, sc in each sc to end (28 sc), ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 14: dec 2 sts, sc in each sc to end (26 sc), ss to join, 1 ch, turn.

Row 15: dec 2 sts, sc in each sc to end (24 sc), ss to join, fasten off.

 

- Nicki@Nicki's Yarn

 

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Comments

sewcassj2 wrote
on Jan 23, 2008 11:13 PM

I am having a problem printing your patterns........HELP!

Nickiie wrote
on Jan 24, 2008 9:40 PM

Thanks for letting me know. The problem should be fixed now. Try printing again from the + Print-friendly option to right of the pattern.

Nicki

on Nov 18, 2010 9:13 AM

I am having a problem following your pattern.  It seems there is an increase happening beginning with Row 2:

Row 2: 2 sc, *(1 tr and 1 sc in next sc), 2 sc, 1 tr, 3 sc,  repeat from * to end, ending with 3 sc, ss to join, 1 ch, turn

Do you do 2 sc in the first sc, Then (1 tr and 1 sc in next sc), then 2 sc in the next sc, 1 tr in the next sc, 3 sc in the next sc?

Row 3 then says to sc in the next 26 sc, but I have more than 26 sc if I do Row 2 as outlined above.

Please help.  Thank you.

Joann Danella

bobbie3 wrote
on Mar 22, 2012 10:40 PM

this is very nice.  i can make a pair in no time and give everyone a pair.  thank you for sharing.