One Skein Wonder Fingerless Gloves

One Skein Wonder Fingerless Gloves

Your next winter weather craft should definitely be these One Skein Wonder Fingerless Gloves. Make both mitts with just one skein of yarn! The pattern fits anyone from young adult to old, but may be a bit big on little kids. The best part is that you make two of the same thing because the crochet fingerless gloves have the same free pattern for both the left and right hand. Keep warm in the winter by learning how to make fingerless gloves.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook, N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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These look so warm even though there are no fingers. The designer opted for bulky weight yarn so I know there is some warmth provided. Personally I do no understand the concept of fingerless gloves but at any rate I still think they are kind of cute.

These fingerless gloves make wonderful gift idea. A perfect pattern for beginners in bulky yarn weight.

I went back and made another pair of these with shorter lengths. I also added some embellishments and my friend bought It from me. Now I am working on a glittery pair for the holidays. I have sew on sequins to add to them. I am adding a picture of the ones my friend took.

I do not understand the one comment. I found the instructions very simple to understand. I have made many pairs of these and decorated them too. As you can see In the pictures.i made them a tad longer for my friend as she wanted her wrist and some of her arm covered. I sewed on Pearl beads. She loved them.

I love them thank you.

I recently tried to make tbe One Skein Wonder Fingerless Gloves. I d have never come across a patternsiderrated easy that was so hard to understand and follow. I do not consider myself to be unable to read and understand crochet patterns. Unfortunately, this pattern was unfollowable (my made-up word), I wish this pattern was written in plainer language, I really did want to make these gloves. Oh well . . .

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