Peasy Gloves Crochet Pattern
October 9, 2011
As the title suggests, these are super-easy-peasy. So easy, in fact, that I wonder if a pattern is even necessary. And here is why they’re peasy:
- They’re made from the top down (fingers to elbow), so you can easily make them as long or short as you’d like.
- You only use one stitch (well, two if you count the chain).
- No decreases.
- They’re very unisex, so they’re easy for gift-giving.
- They’re made in the round, so no sewing and very little end-weaving.
- They are infinitely customizable (edgings, appliques, color changes, yarn changes, etc.).
Anyway, I got some hints for some fingerless boy gloves. So I made some, and I thought I’d share the pattern with you, just in case you also needed some quick fingerless gloves. Directions are given for regular and slightly bigger (in parentheses). The regular size fits me a teensy bit large and Nicky’s man hands just about right. You will need to know chain, half double crochet, and slip stitch.
With 5.5mm (I) hook and 4-ply worsted yarn, chain 22 (24). Join to first chain with a slip stitch, being careful not to twist chain.
Round 1: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc, now and throughout). Hdc in each ch around. Join with sl st to first ch 2. [22 (24) hdc]
Rounds 2-5: Ch 2. Hdc in each st around. Join with sl st to first ch 2. [22 (24) hdc]
You can make the palm area longer by adding one or two more rounds like this here.
Round 6: Ch 2. Hdc in next 8 (9) sts. Ch 4, sk next 4 sts. Hdc in remaining 9 (10) sts. Join with sl st to first ch 2. [18 (20) hdc, 1 ch 4 spc]
Round 7: Ch 2. Hdc in next 8 (9) sts. 4 hdc in ch 4 spc. Hdc in remaining 9 (10) sts. [22 (24) hdc]
Rounds 8 & beyond: Ch 2. Hdc in each st around. Join with sl st to first ch 2. [22 (24) hdc]
When your gloves are as long as you want them, join your last round, finish off, and weave in your ends. Depending on your tension, you may want to go even bigger – just add more chains at the start. I made mine 15 rounds long. Leave as is, or add an applique or edging. I’m liking these: