Crochet Gloves Lace Edge

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Winter coming! But your gloves are too simple to show of outside in the snow-covered town? So try this one! Easy and cute!

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Step 1: Material

You'll need

1.White or other colored yarn

2.Crochet hook

3.Simple Black or other colored gloves

4.(optional) A pattern from above, I choose the 260 one (from

Step 2: Pattern!

Here is a pattern to follow, easily, we have only 4 rows! you don't need to watch the video but if you want, you can

1.44 single crochet through the yarn from the glove, Slip stitch at the 45th chain.

2.4 chains, Skip 1 stitch and then treble (hook the yarn for 1 time and stitch at the previous row) you'll have the second row now, 1 chain and 1 single crochet, 2 chains, double treble and then 3 chains, double treble again, 3 chains, double treble and then 2 chain, single crochet by counting 3 chains from the center that you have double treble, Repeat this step until you'll reach the end of your crochet, Slip stitch.

4.chain 1, single crochet, 2 chain and 1 single crochet, 3 chain, 1 single crochet, 3 chain, 1 single crochet, 3 chain, 1 single crochet, 2 chain, 1 single crochet at the previous roe single crochet. Repeat this step until you'll reach the end. Slip stitch, Tie the end of the yarn into the loop, Cut the remaining


Step 3: Finished

So, This coming winter won't beat us anymore!

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    2 years ago

    they look lovely! I love the ala lace finish :-)