Monday, 31 December 2012

Crochet Finger and Fingerless/Half Finger Glove Pattern

So let's get right to it!

This glove pattern is a great pattern to try for skiing or snowboarding, using the chunky/bulky yarn makes for a really snuggly glove that will definitely be keeping those hands warm.

The pattern is for teens to adult and requires any chunky/bulky yarn and a 5.5mm hook. An absolute beginner may struggle a little with this pattern but it's always worth giving it a go!

The pattern starts with the left hand glove with the fingerless/half finger option with extra pattern details on how to complete it to be a fingered glove.

FINGERLESS/HALF FINGER GLOVE


1. ch28, sl st in your 1st ch to form a ring.

2. ch1 (count as st here and throughout), 1sc in 2nd st along and in ea st around, sl st in ch1 to join - (28)


3 - 7. ch2 (count as st here and throughout), 1dc in 2nd st along and in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (28)

THUMB

8. ch1, 1sc in next 2 sts, ch4, sk20 sts, 1sc in next 5 sts, sl st in ch1 to join - (12)

9. ch2, 1dc in ea st around including chains, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)


Fasten off and tie in all tails at this stage for fingerless gloves.

BACK TO MAIN PALM


10. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove so that's the 4th st after the 'ch1, 1sc in next 2 sts' from round 8, ch2, 1dc in next 19 sts, 1dc in next st which already has a st in it from the thumb then work 1dc in next 4 sts along the bottom of your chains, 1dc in next st along main palm which again will already have a st in it from the thumb, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (26)


 11. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (26)

FIRST FINGER

12. ch1, 1sc in next 2 sts, ch5, sk20 sts, 1sc in next 3 sts, sl st in ch1 to join - (11)

13. ch2, 1dc in ea st around including chains, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (11)


Fasten off and tie in all tails at this stage for fingerless gloves.

SECOND FINGER

14. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove, ch1, 1sc in next 2 sts, ch5, sk14 sts, 1sc in next 3 sts, now working along the bottom of the chains of the first finger work sc2tog twice, 1sc, sl st in ch1 to join - (14)

15. ch2, 1dc in ea st around including chains, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (14)

Fasten off and tie in all tails at this stage for fingerless gloves.

THIRD FINGER

16. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove, ch1, 1sc in next 2 sts, ch5, sk8 sts, 1sc in next 3 sts, now working along the bottom of the chains of the second finger work sc2tog twice, 1sc, sl st in ch1 to join - (14)

17. ch2, 1dc in ea st around including chains, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (14)


Fasten off and tie in all tails at this stage for fingerless gloves.

FOURTH FINGER

18. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove, ch1, 1sc in next 7 sts, now working along the bottom of the chains of the third finger work sc2tog twice, 1sc, sl st in ch1 to join - (11)

19. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (11)

Fasten off and tie in all tails at this stage for fingerless gloves and go to CUFF.

If you would like fingered gloves the next few instructions are to complete the fingers for the left hand glove.

FINGERS FOR LEFT HAND

THUMB

1. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

2. ch2, dc2tog, *1dc, dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join  - (8)

3. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until last st, 1dc, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.


FIRST FINGER

1 - 2. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (11)

3. ch2, dc2tog, *1dc, dc2tog* repeat from * until last 2 sts, 1dc in last 2 sts, sl st in top of 2ch to join  - (8)

4. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat until last st, 1dc in last st, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

SECOND FINGER

1. ch2, 1dc in next 9 sts, dc2tog twice, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

2. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

3. ch2, 1dc in next st, dc2tog, *1dc in next 2 sts, dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join  - (9)

4. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (9)

5. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

THIRD FINGER

1. ch2, 1dc in next 9 sts, dc2tog twice, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

2. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

3. ch2, dc2tog, *1dc in next st, dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (8)

4. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat til last st, 1dc in last st, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

FOURTH FINGER

1. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (11)

2. ch2, *dc2tog, 1dc* repeat from * until last st, 1dc in last st, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (8)

3. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until last st, 1dc in last st, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

CUFF

1. Re-join yarn in 1st ch from the very beginning, ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (28)

2 - 3. 1dcfps (front post stitch) around ea dc post, sl st to join - (28)

If you prefer you can just do double crochet stitches instead or a nice pattern of your choice.


Now onto our right hand glove. This part will just have instructions for the complete fingered glove but you can fasten off at the same stage as your left glove for fingerless gloves if you prefer.

RIGHT HAND

1 - 7. Work rounds from left hand.

THUMB

8. ch1, 1sc in next 3 sts, ch4, sk20, 1sc in next 4 sts, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

9. ch2, 1dc in ea st around including chains, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

10. Repeat round 9.

11. ch2, dc2tog, *1dc in next st, dc2tog* repeat twice more, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (8)

12. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until last st, 1dc in last st, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

BACK TO MAIN PALM

13. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove, ch2, 1dc in next 19 sts, 1dc in next st which already has a st in it from the thumb then work 1dc in next 4 sts along the bottom of your chains, 1dc in next st along main palm which again will already have a st in it from the thumb, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (26)

14. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (26)

FIRST FINGER

15. ch6, sk17 sts, 1sc in next 8 sts, sl st in 1st ch to join - (14)

16. ch2, 1dc in ea st around including chains, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (14)

17. ch2, 1dc in next 9 sts, dc2tog twice, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

18. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

19. ch2, dc2tog, *1dc in next st, dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (8)

20. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until last st, 1dc in last st, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

SECOND FINGER

21. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove, ch1, 1sc in next st, ch5, sk11 sts, 1sc in next 4 sts, now working along the bottom of the chains of the first finger work sc2tog twice, 1sc in next st, sl st in ch1 to join - (14)

22. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (14)

23. ch2, 1dc in next 9 sts, dc2tog twice, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

24. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

25. ch2, 1dc in next st, dc2tog, *1dc in next 2 sts, dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (9)

26. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (9)

27. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until end - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

THIRD FINGER

28. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove, ch1, 1sc in next st, ch5, sk7 sts, 1sc in next 2 sts, now working along the bottom of the chains of the second finger work sc2tog twice, 1sc in next st, sl st in ch1 to join - (12)

29. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

30. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

31. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (12)

32. ch2, dc2tog, *1dc in next st, dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (8)

33. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until last st, 1dc in last st, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (5)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

FOURTH FINGER

34. Re-join yarn in next st on main palm of glove, ch1, 1sc in next 6 sts, now working along the bottom of the chains of the third finger work sc2tog twice, 1sc in next st, sl st in ch1 to join - (10)

35. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (10)

36. ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (10)

37. ch2, *dc2tog, 1dc in next st* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (7)

38. ch2, *dc2tog* repeat from * until end, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (4)

Fasten off and sew up remaining gap with remaining yarn.

CUFF

1. Re-join yarn in 1st ch from the very beginning, ch2, 1dc in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (28)

2 - 3. 1dcfps (front post stitch) around ea dc post, sl st to join - (28)

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11 comments:

  1. For the part about the thumb, so said to skip 20 stitches and I don't exactly know what you meant by that?

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    1. Hi Luke, please see my comments below to Connie with regards to this bit. (^-^)

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  2. I'm in the same boat as the person above...

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    1. I think it's a typo and should just be skip 2.

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    2. It is not a typo, it is skip 20 sts, because you dont want to crochet around the whole glove anymore, just the thumb part so you skip aaaallll those stitches around the palm to end up near the finish as it were. Good luck and happy crocheting!

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  3. Hello, have you done a video on this one yet? Thanks

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  4. I was wondering if you have a pattern for children's gloves

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  5. In the instructions for the left hand, the 1st finger (index finger) has 11 stitches around
    1sc in next 2 sts, ch5, sk20 sts, 1sc in next 3 sts, sl st in ch1 to join = (11)
    In the instructions for the right hand, the same 1st finger has 14 stitches around:
    ch6, sk17 sts, 1sc in next 8 sts, sl st in 1st ch to join = (14)

    By the way, if you see the first line of instructions, there are 2+5+3+slip stitch to make 11
    In the second set of instructions, though, there are 6+8 = 14 WITHOUT the slip stitch.

    One struggles to make the count match, in those circumstances. Do we count the slip stitch or not?

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    1. In crochet you never count the slip stitch when joining, only ever count the ch1 or the ch6 in this case, or if a ch2 is counted as a dc, then count the ch2 as 1dc, otherwise you will get confused.

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    2. I agree, but in the first case you did count it: 2+ch5+3 is only 10, so if you say it is to be 11, then you ARE counting the sl stitch.

      And please confirm that the 1st finger has the same number of stitches in the two hands, otherwise this is very confusing, one of them is much too roomy.

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    3. You're forgetting the ch1 at the beginning which you count as a st, which equals 11. You do not count the slip stitch. The difference is stitches is to reflect the difference in fit for each hand. You can either copy the pattern as is or amend as you see fit.

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