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Saturday, January 18, 2014

Deep Sea Fingerless Gloves - Free Crochet Pattern

 Hey there everybody! 

You're probably wondering why I haven't been around much the past few weeks. Well, I've been working on getting myself organized (my blog, house, life in general). My active 2 year old (who refuses to nap!) and 5 month old are keeping me pretty busy as well. 

Of course I wouldn't come back without an awesome free pattern to share! Not only that, but I am also hosting my very first giveaway!! These fingerless gloves were so fun and easy to make, I hope you enjoy how simple the pattern is. They're so fun and quick to make that I'm offering two pairs of Deep Sea Fingerless Gloves for two of my lucky Facebook fans!

All you have to do to enter is scroll down to the giveaway box and 'Like' my Facebook page! Want an extra entry? Leave me a comment about what you'd like to see more of. I'm looking forward to your responses!
 





Deep Sea Fingerless Gloves
Free Crochet Pattern

Materials

H Hook
1 Skein Worsted Weight Yarn (I used red heart soft in deep sea)

Abbreviations

CH - Chain

SC - Single Crochet
sl st - Slip Stitch
DC - Double Crochet
Pattern

Row 1: Ch 11, turn. SC into 2nd ch from hook and each ch after, turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, SC into each sc across.
Row 3-21: Repeat row 2. 

Fold piece in half and sl st together. 
Begin now working around the top edge of the cuff.


Row 1: ch 1, SC 23 evenly around. Sl st to first SC.
Row 2-5: ch 2, DC in same st and each st around. Sl st to first DC.
Row 6-7: ch 1, SC in same st and each st around. Sl st to first SC.
Row 8: Left Glove: ch 1, SC in first 4 st, ch 4, sk next 4 st, sc in next st and each remaining st.
Right Glove: ch 1, SC in next 15 st, ch 4, sk next 4 st, SC to end of row.
Row 9-12: ch 1, SC in each st around.
Row 13: ch 2, make 4 DC in same st, *sk 2 st, 4 DC in next st* repeat around.
Finish off and weave in ends! 



I hope you enjoy these fingerless mitts as much as I do! Let me know how you like the pattern, and what else you would like to see from me!


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14 comments:

  1. Wonderful Pattern, I love the texture of these. As for what I want to see? I want to watch your talent shine, surprise me!

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  2. i love this..I would like to see easy patterns of any kind for everyone.

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    1. Thank you! More free easy patterns are to come (:

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  3. I really like these fingerless gloves. I have been looking for an easy kinda pattern & now I have found it. I would like to see more free patterns of Cowls, Hoody Scarfs, things like that. Oh & fingerless gloves tomatch.... Asking alot huh? Peace!

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    1. Thank you so much! You've given me a lot to think about, I like that! (; Now I have some ideas about a scarf to possibly match these gloves. hmm... (:

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  4. I'm new to your site. Do you ever post crocheted jewelry patterns? I'm starting to get into that.

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  5. Hi and many thanks for the free patterns! Love them. Lately, I've been on a Cowl jag....and always new patterns for hats.... Thank you!!!

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  6. Thank you for the free pattern! I look forward to giving these a try! I love all kinds of patterns. I've already made your Limitless Infinity Scarf twice! I'd love to see more patterns like that, which take 1 skein and work up super quickly!

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  7. Thanks so much for the pattern. Can you tell me what size hands it's for? I'd really appreciate your time.

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  8. I love this pattern SO MUCH :) I'm making my friend captain america themed gloves for christmas and this pattern was amazing! It was so easy to add the colour changes into it :) I had to resize it too because I crochet too small and it fits really good! Thanks so much :)
    <3 Katie

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  9. I love these gloves! Did you use regular needles or round needles?

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  10. I've made other fingerless mitts...but, this is the best pattern for fit! I love it! Thanks so much for sharing it! <3

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  11. I am reading over the instructions. I'm having a hard time figuring out where you allow the hole for the thumb...? Please advise. Thank you.

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