The first step is to join the chainmail links into a glove pattern. (for basic chainmail pattern click here
) Do not make it look like your hand but like your glove. It will be a lot easier that way.
Your fingers should extend from a main rectangle about 12 rows wide and 20 rows tall. The fingers should be at least 4 rows wide or big enough so that is is the same or lager than the glove.
The thumb, as you can see on the glove, is a separate piece that is attached on the bottom of the main rectangle.
The main rectangle is 29 rows wide and 20 rows tall. Each finger is seven rows wide.
The thumb is 15 rows wide at the bottom narrowing down on one side to 7 at the top. This can change depending on the size of the glove.