Easy Cozy Crochet Fingerless Gloves

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Introduction: Easy Cozy Crochet Fingerless Gloves

About: Believer Dreamer Adventurer

This is a good winter project, and is very good for beginners. Have fun!

Step 1: Starting

First you will Chain however many stitches it takes to go around your hand. It took me around 20-25.

Step 2: Continuing

Stitch as many rows as you want to be between the top of the glove and the thumbhole. Now, at the beginning of a new row, fold what you have so far in half to see where you want the thumbhole. You probably want the seam (when you stitch the ends together) to be by your pinkie, so with this in mind, stitch up to the spot you want the thumbhole. begin to chain off of the row until it can go around your thumb. Now push your hook into the stitch where you want it and continue normally. See pictures.

Step 3: More

Create more rows until the gloveis as long as you want it to be. Now, fold it in half and stitch up the sides.

Step 4: Finishing

Now, you can trim them with fluffy yarn if you like. Finished!! Enjoy!!! Vote!!!

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    54 Discussions

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    azblt50
    azblt50

    7 months ago

    How much yarn is needed?

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    TheCrochetandOrigamiPanda
    TheCrochetandOrigamiPanda

    Question 2 years ago

    Hi all, does anyone know how to keep the edge of the work from having a bump in the middle (from the thumhole)?

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    ellie-louiseW
    ellie-louiseW

    4 years ago

    If I crocheted a fingerless glove for my right hand, do I use the same pattern for my left hand?

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    TheCrochetandOrigamiPanda
    TheCrochetandOrigamiPanda

    Reply 2 years ago

    No I'm pretty sure the thumb will be on a different side

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    misssissy67
    misssissy67

    5 years ago

    What size of a crochet hook do you use

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    TheCrochetandOrigamiPanda
    TheCrochetandOrigamiPanda

    Reply 2 years ago

    I think I can see on one of the pictures H/8 which is 5.0 mm. I'm using that size too, can't wait to dig my hook into this project!! (Both metaphorically and literally)

    Thanks @TheDiyFan, I'm definitely going to try this out!! Nice work!! :)

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    TheDiyFan
    TheDiyFan

    Reply 4 years ago

    On the package of yarn, it tells you what size to use. For the yarn I used, i used 7.5 i think.

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    GraceM77
    GraceM77

    2 years ago

    And i added strings for embellishment .vintage look

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    GraceM77
    GraceM77

    2 years ago

    Love this pattern

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    GraceM77
    GraceM77

    2 years ago

    Making these tonight for me and my son girlfend. Hope they turn out cute as the picture

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    mtumbry
    mtumbry

    2 years ago

    thank you so much for this pattern it was so easy im 11 and took me only like 2 hours for this to me thats fast

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    Alexander17
    Alexander17

    3 years ago

    Did you use a double crochet?

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    mtumbry
    mtumbry

    Reply 2 years ago

    i made some and used a single crochet. a single crochet makes it look neater but a double crochet will make it take less time

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    ShannonM178
    ShannonM178

    3 years ago

    I looked at this and I had no knowledge of how to crochet at all, I was a knitter. But this is awesome! not super complicated! My first pair were not good! Way too big! but then I tried to use the 20 to 25 chain you used and MAN! you must have some SMALL hands! No offense of course! It's probably because I'm using a size 6 hook and I'm probably pulling too tight. Either way, Im working on trail and error to make them fit nicely on me. I'll test out 30 stitches next.

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    arosie02
    arosie02

    3 years ago

    I am going to make these!

    do you have to use a stretchy yarn?

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    TheDiyFan
    TheDiyFan

    Reply 3 years ago

    Nope! You can can use whatever type of yarn you want. I use the cheap stuff lol

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    Fluffybunny 13
    Fluffybunny 13

    4 years ago

    great job! They look very gorgeous and cozy.?

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    TheDiyFan
    TheDiyFan

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I'm not sure, it's just some old yarn of mine.