Kreisel Fingerless Gloves


Kreisel Fingerless Gloves


Kreisel Fingerless Gloves

"Fingerless gloves crocheted in one piece - started at the thumb."


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 40 - 45 grams of fingering weight yarn
  • 4 removable stitch markers (e.g. safety pins)
  • 3mm crochet hook

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I skimmed several times but could not find what yarn was used in the creation of the fingerless gloves. The only mention is the size and that possibly variegated yarn was used. Can anyone give me that info? There was a lot of work put into these gloves and I would love to be able to recreate them.

These kreisel fingerless gloves are little works of art. See how they just flow together when placed side by side. Beautiful! This is an intermediate pattern but there are so many written notes in the direction I am almost tempted to try to make these.

I almost skipped over this one, the first thing I see was "knitted in one piece." I don't know how to knit, but like the look of the gloves so I stayed to read more. They are crocheted! Yah!! After reading the pattern and the notes from other users of this pattern and the problems everyone one was having. I see that she does answer the question for the part that was not easily explained in the written pattern. She has pictures showing the steps hoping to make it more clear. I am going to give this pattern a try, because I do like the circles. Fingers crossed that this one works out! Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

Hi Cheryl, Thank you for pointing out the terminology error! I'll make sure it says "crocheted" right away. :) Thank you! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I am finding the same problem with this pattern. It seems very poor key written as to what exactly to do. Where in the row do they want the decrease, I can only assume that if you're crease to 8 but then want 9 stitches you must increase. But is that correct and where on the tow do you want the increase / decrease. I think I will use a different pattern,

On rows 3-7, I don't understand the decreases and increases. You are asking to decrease in one row, then on the next row, nowhere does it say how you are going to put 9 sts into the 8 that are there, and then decrease again-it doesn't make sense..


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