Stylish Fall Fingerless Gloves

Stylish Fall Fingerless Gloves
Stylish Fall Fingerless Gloves

In less than two hours you can work up these Stylish Fall Fingerless Gloves. The crochet design is worked up beautifully using the extended single crochet stitch. Crochet fingerless gloves like these are easy to make giving you the option to add the wooden buttons for embellishment. Wear a fashionable glove like this in a cold office or outdoors during a crisp autumn day. You can even match them with the Two Hour Boot Cuffs on the site.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love these! they turned out super pretty and didn't take much time and yarn to make D

This is such a nice pattern for the Stylish Fall Fingerless Gloves. The pattern is well written and easy to follow, I had to read the whole pattern to finish the gloves. It gives directions for the right and left hand which is great! The thumb hole will be in the right place with this one. These are so easy and come out as written. You can make a few pair in a evening, and that helps me when I have children who love to steal my crocheted items. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

Oh these are so pretty! And I love that theyre so quick to make because I tend to get bored with projects that take a long time to make to often switch back and forth between pieces. I have the perfect yarn too a gorgeous blue that Ive been hoarding until I found the right thing to make so cant wait to get started!

I'm obsessed with fingerless gloves! I'd make these in purple, but then they'd be perfect for my chilly office!

I absolutely love this pattern! It's a really quick pattern just as the user below me said you can work up a pair in about an hour with no distractions! The directions are very understandable with pictures to boot! And they don't take up much yarn!

I absolutely LOVE these!!! I made a pair a couple of weeks ago and now that it's gotten colder I've been using them as driving gloves. They really protect my hands from that cold steering wheel in the very early mornings on my way to work while keeping my fingers free to use. I have very small wrists so I adjusted the pattern by only using a 6 stitch starting chain to shorten the cuff and using a 3.50 mm hook to make it a little tighter. I switched back to the 4.50 mm hook for the hand part. I also added an additional round at the end to make the palm a little longer. This is a wonderful quick and easy. I was amazed how fast they worked up! Finished both in a single afternoon. :D


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