Easy Crochet Glove Pattern
Do you wear gloves, or better still, do you use crochet gloves? If you do, do you prefer fingerless gloves? If you do love crochet gloves, you might like my easy crochet glove pattern.
When it comes to gloves, my go to handmade crochet gloves are the fingerless ones. Partly because they work up super fast and also because they are super easy to customize.
I seem to favorite crochet fingerless gloves as it gives me the freedom to use my fingers for various stuffs while keeping my wrist warm. Talk of typing up my crochet patterns to even crocheting , fingerless gloves to the rescue.
Another great thing about this easy crochet glove pattern I that it is perfect camouflage. You can wear this in two different ways. Talking about styling crochet items in different ways, I have a thing for those. You should check out my convertible designs below – Chic convertible dress, styled in 12 different ways, pretty in purple shawl styled as a vest and Detachable hooded pocket scarf.
This glove is ideal for a busy person that still wants to keep warm while active with easy use of the fingers. It is adorned with big bobbles and can be worn in two different ways as desired.
Materials for this easy crochet glove pattern.
Caron X pantone; Chunky #5; 116m per per 100g skein; 60% Acrylic, 20% Nylon, 20% Merino Wool.
Sample in Peacock Blue, has 5 shades labeled A – E
HOOK AND OTHER MATERIALS
5 mm Crochet Hook
Crochet stitch marker for central point.
15 sts x 16 rows = 10 cm/4” square in sc before blocking
Gauge is not crucial to this project but will have an impact on the final size and amount of yarn required.
DIFFICULTY LEVEL – Easy
TERMS – US Terminology
Pattern is worked from the fingers towards the wrist.
Increase/decrease your Starting chains for a wider/smaller Boot Cuff.
You can increase or Decrease the repeats for a better fit.
1. Chain at the beginning of each rows do not count as a st.
2. Number of starting chains should be a good fit around your 4 fingers, but not too loose.
3. This glove can be worn with either lace part up or down, which makes it interchangeable between the hands.
4. Simply drop a color after each row to pick up the next color.
5. Yarn has 5 colors as such, each is labeled A – E.
Chain(s) – ch(s)
Slip Stitch – sl st
Single Crochet – sc
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Double Crochet 5 stitches together– dc5tog
Front post half double crochet – FPhdc
Back post half double crochet – BPhdc
Bobble: (dc5tog) in the same st
This is one size fits most. The sample measurements = 7”in height, 4” width.
Download the pattern from Ravelry.
You can make your fingerless glove in any colors of your choice. The prototype was made using yarn with different colors. This pattern would make a perfect stash busting project. You can go to any length with your color choices.
I made my first pair using just 2 colors in 2 different sizes.
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 are aimed at helping you feel confident while making your crochet wardrobe.
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