We can all agree that Spiderman is cool, but Spiderman in his symbiote suit? Epic. So when I started making Iron Man (Ala Louie's Loops), and Captain America (My own design, but like the goof I am I didn't take any pictures) fingerless gloves to give as birthday presents, my younger brother challenged me to make him a pair of Black Suit Spiderman gloves. and now I shall share how you (yes you!) can make a pair of your very own! After much adjustment, fiddling, wailing, gnashing of teeth, etc. I managed to create a pattern that is easily adjusted for different sized hands. The ones pictured are boys size, but I have also made average women's, and large men's gloves, all using the same basic formula.I will be using a different colored yarn to illustrate, because the bright blue will show up better in pictures. Enjoy!

Step 1: Supplies

1 Skein Black Cotton yarn (unless you have really large hands, in which case you may need 2) 
White cotton yarn
Size I Crochet hook
Yarn needle

<p>SO Cool! I like the way you explain and do this: not &quot;conventionnel, yet so logical and simple...I lik it and I will try it for sure. I'll probably trade the spider for a Totoro or cute kitty as a design on the top! Thanks for sharing. </p>
Very nicely done! That spider looks spot on!

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