Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Worlds Easiest Fingerless Gloves you will Ever Crochet - Free Crochet Pattern

Do you call them 
texting gloves, wristlettes, fingerless gloves or what?

Well, I discovered that they, 
Whatever you call them, are very warm to wear 
and are also very good to have around.
We were without Heat for a couple of days 
and I wore mine all day long 
and was still able to do most of the things I needed to do.
Except the dishes. I was okay with that!
Since mine are so wonderful.
I designed this pattern about 3 years ago as a paid pattern.
But, I decided to share my pattern for free,
so you can make you a some too.

I am totally serious when I say it is the easiest 
Fingerless glove pattern you will ever crochet.
Perfect for Men, Women, Boys and girls!




See the Video on my Youtube Channel at this LINK



Worlds Easiest Fingerless Gloves  Crochet pattern
 By Sara Sach

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Skill : Easy

Materials:
Hook - J
Yarn - Worsted Weight yarn (4) About 3 oz
I used Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn  - Surprise Stripe

Stitches :
Slip stitch (sl st)
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Back Loops Only ( blo)

Sizes : This glove is a med size glove, If you need smaller or larger glove, 
  change your hook size up or down .

 Note: These gloves are neither left or right handed, they fit either hand.

Ribbed Cuff: The Cuff measures about 3.5 inches, if you want it longer,
just add more chs at the beginning ch.

Ch 1 at end of rows does not count as a st, it is a turning ch.

R - 1 :  Ch 13, 1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across, 
ch 1, turn ( 12 sc)

R - 2 : Blo 1 sc in each sc, ch 1 turn.

R - 3 -26 :Repeat R-2

Line up the back and the front of the cuff to form a tube,
 sc closed, do not cut yarn.

Forming the Glove:

Notes:
Ch3 at ends of rows counts as 1st dc
Ch2 at ends of Rows counts as a hdc
Join rounds with a slst

R - 1 : on the end of the cuff, evenly space 27 sc around, join, ch 3

R - 2 : Cross stitch row - Skip the first st, dc in the next st, cross back in front and
 dc in the skipped st, * skip the next st, dc in the next st, cross back in front and
 dc in the skipped st,  repeat from * around row, join ch 2

R - 3 : 1 hdc in each st, join ch 2

R - 4 : Repeat  R- 3 ,ch3

R - 5 : Repeat R - 2 (cross stitch row) ch2

R - 6 : Forming the thumb hole -  Ch 3, 24 hdc, ch 2, turn

R- 7 : 24 hdc, ch 3, attach ch 3 to the beginning st on row, ch 2, turn

R - 8 : 1 hdc in each ch and st, join, ch 2


R - 9 -10 : Repeat R : 8, tie off weave in ends.

 If you want the hand portion longer, just add a row or 2.

Repeat for the 2nd Glove.

View From the palm of the glove.
View From The Back of the Glove.

See These are easiest gloves you will ever crochet.
I am actually wearing them right now as I type up this blog!
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