Why do people use Crochet Fingerless gloves? Most days, I love preserving the functions of my fingers while keeping your wrist and palm warm. For those days I am out in the garden or pushing Prams, my fingerless mitts come in handy. As such, I couldn’t resist designing my own version of the crochet fingerless glove pattern.
Have you ever made fingerless gloves? I love that you can customize this pattern for a perfect fit. This pattern is graded into 3 different sizes with instructions as to how you can make a fitting glove.
I picked the texture for this pattern as it works up pretty fast. The stitch combination is easy to master and in no time, you would have some cute fingerless gloves all ready to keep your hands warm.
The easy breezy fingerless glove is a fast and effortless project.
It is also simple to customize and in no time, you can make yourself a set that you’d cherish for a long time.
The stitch is one of my favorites and I’ve used it in many other patterns. Check out the Boat neck Vestige Pullover pattern, Easy breezy beanie and cowl pattern, Wine bag, sun hat pattern to mention a few.
This pattern was designed and tested using double knit yarn (#3). You are welcome to use any yarn in this category to make your own version of this easy-breezy fingerless gloves.
Materials for this crochet fingerless glove pattern.
Lion Brand Truboo, DK, #3, (100% Bamboo, 241 yards/220 m per 3.5 oz/100g Ball)
1 (1, 1) Ball in Lilac
60 (80, 100) yards
HOOK AND OTHER
- 4.5 mm Crochet Hook
- Buttons – 2 pcs, 8 -15mm each
- Yarn needle
5 dc clusters over 10 Rows = 10cm/4” Square
Adjust hook size if necessary, to obtain gauge.
DIFFICULTY LEVEL – Easy
TERMS – US Terminology
- Increase/decrease your starting chain for a perfect fit.
- You can increase or decrease the repeats for a better fit.
- Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
- Any #3 weight of yarns can be substituted
- Chains at the beginning of Rows/Rounds do not count as a stitch.
4. Each dc cluster is worked stacked on previous dc clusters.
Chain(s) – ch(s)
Slip Stitch – sl st
Single Crochet – sc
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Double Crochet 2 stitches together– dc2tog
Front post half double crochet – FPhdc
Back post half double crochet – BPhdc
Double crochet Cluster = [dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in indicated stitch.
7” x 4” (7” x 5”, 7” x 6”)
Chain 26 (34, 40)
Starting ch should be a good fit around your fingers in multiples of 2
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch and in each ch across, turn. 25 (33, 39) sc
Row 2: Ch 3, dc in same st, skip next 2 sts, [dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in next st, *skip next 2 sts, [dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in next st, rep from * to last 3 sts, skip next 2 sts, dc in last st, turn. 7 (10, 12) dc clusters, 2 dc
Row 3: Ch 3, dc in first st, *[dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in each ch 1 sp across, dc in last st, turn. 7 (10, 12) dc clusters, 2 dc
Rows 4 – 5: Rep Row 3.
Working in rounds from here
Round 6: Ch 3, dc in first st, *[dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in each ch 1 sp across, dc in last st, ch 4, sl st to beginning ch. 7 (10, 12) dc clusters, 2 dc
Shape for Thumb
Round 1: Ch 3, dc in first st, *[dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in next ch 1 sp, rep * 6 (9, 11) more times, skip last dc and first ch, [dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in next ch, skip next ch, dc in last ch, sl st to beginning ch. 8 (11, 13) dc clusters, 2 dc
Round 2: Ch 3, dc in first st, *[dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog] in each ch 1 sp across, dc in last st, sl st to beginning ch. 8 (11, 13) dc clusters, 2 dc
Rounds 3 – 8: Rep Round 2
Round 1: Ch 2, hdc in first st, *hdc in next dc2tog, hdc in next ch 1 sp, rep from * to last st, hdc in last st, sl st to beginning ch. 25 (33, 39) hdc
Round 2: Ch 2, FPhdc in next, BPhdc in next st, rep from * to end, sl st to beginning ch. 13 (16, 19) FPhdc, 12 (15, 18) BPphdc
Rounds 3 – 6: Rep Round 2.
Edging (along the thumb opening)
Join yarn with a sl st to the beginning of row 1. (as shown with the red arrow)
Row 1: Ch 1, working down the opening for the thumb, sc in each st across the edges, turn. 20 sc
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first st, ch 4, skip next 3 sts, sl st in remaining sts.
Fasten off, sew in ends.
Put the Glove on to determine where you would love to sew the buttons on.
Sew buttons on one side.
Block to measurement.
Make second hand.
I would love to see your makes from this crochet fingerless glove pattern, do tag me with your makes.
About the Designer
Susanna Biaye is the designer behind Fosbas Designs. A mother to an adorable Toddler whose pregnancy rekindled her love for designing, her designs is aimed at helping you feel confident while making your crochet wardrobe.
For questions, send such to Susan@fosbasdesigns.com