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Easy Evil Eye Glove

By: Jessica Beres from
Easy Evil Eye Glove
Easy Evil Eye Glove

"I loved being a part of Krista Suh’s Pussy Hay Project and got very excited when she announced her Sea of Eyes project for the March for Our Lives on 3/24/18. The project consists of making fingerless gloves with an evil eye on the palm. To learn more about Krista’s project check out the website: Most of the patterns currently available on Ravelry are worked in the round at some point. This has a tendency to make the glove less stretchy width wise and can cause tightness at the wrist. I have designed my pattern to be worked as a rectangle in ribbed single crochet. This allows the gloves to stretch easily and accommodate different hand sizes, which make it perfect for donating. Also it is less intimidating for beginners as it is a rectangle that is just folded in half. This pattern is designed to fit an adults hand and is written for two different lengths (short is 7″ and long is 8.5″). The width is 4″, folded in half laying flat. However you can easily adjust your stitch and row count to accommodate your gauge and different had sizes."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeGauge: The gauge is not extremely important as you can add more stiches or rows if your stitches are tighter. I tend to crochet loose and my gauge was about 5 stitches and 3 rows for a 1″ by 1″ square.

Finished Sizehis pattern is designed to fit an adults hand and is written for two different lengths (short is 7″ and long is 8.5″). The width is 4″, folded in half laying flat.

Materials List

  • Knit Picks Brava Worsted

Instructions: Glove

Glove: Make 2 The stitch counts for the short pair are written first and the longer style is in bold. This pattern is written in standard American Crochet Terms. Using size H crochet hook Chain 25 (Chain 35) Turn (chain 1 throughout) Row 1: Single Crochet (sc) across. (25 sc) (35 sc) Turn Row 2: In back loops only (BLO) sc across. (25 sc) (35 sc) Turn Rows 3-24: Repeat Row 2. Sewing together: I prefer sewing the side with a slip stitch however you can end the row and use the mattress stitch if you wish. Fold the rectangle in half long ways (hotdog style) so that Row 24 meets the chain row. Chain 1 and using the slip stitch (slst) join together the sides for 13 stitches (23 stitches). In the next 7 stitches slst only in the chain row side. This is the thumb hole. Slst the two sides together for the remaining 5 stitches. Bind off or add the optional edging. Optional edging: After the last slst chain 1 and rotate the glove so you are working the top side. Working in the round work 2 sc into each stitch. (48 sc total) Bind off. You can also add the edging to the bottom if you wish.

Instructions: Eye

Evil Eye: Make 2 Using size G crochet hook Round 1: With black yarn make a magic circle and work 6 single crochet (sc) stitches into circle. Switch to eye colored yarn in last stitch. Round 2: 2 sc in each stitch around change to white yarn in last stitch. (12 sc total) Round 3: *2 sc in in 1st stitch, 1 sc into the next st* Repeat * to * around. (18 sc total) Round 4: *1 slit stitch (slst) into each of the next 2 stitches. 1 sc into the next stitch. 1 half double crochet (hdc) into the next stitch. 1 double crochet (dc) into the next stitch. Chain 2 and then dc into the same stitch. (this will create a peak). 1 hdc into the next stitch. 1 sc into the next stitch. 1 slst into each of the next 2 stitches.* Repeat * to * once more. Switch to black yarn for optional round 5. Optional Round 5: Sc in each stitch around, including the chain spaces. 24 sc total. Leave a long tail for sewing applique onto item. Using the long yarn tail sew the applique onto the glove using the yarn needle. It helps to place the glove on your hand 1st to find the right place for the eye and then stitch it on. Weave in ends.

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My young grand daughter can use these. She has jewelry with the evil eye on them. Now she can have these too. To me the way there is a big white back ground and a big blue eye it looks like SpongeBob SquarePants. Thanks for sharing this different type pattern.

The idea of an Evil Eye glove didnt really make sense until I read that it was connected to the March for Our Lives event on March 24. Wouldnt it be wonderful to have all these raised hands demonstrating in unison, letting our Congress Critters know that their actions are indeed being watched? The glove itself is about as basic as can be and requires next to no sewing skills.

So I think these gloves are meant to symbolize how we, the women, are watching you. And we are not afraid to speak up. Women's empowerment. However, even if you don't really follow the movement, they make a really cool gift for a young girl or teenager. For a more practical usage attach the eye to the top of the hand instead.

Perfect! I am so glad that I found this glove pattern. I have a friend that has been wanting some with this exact evil eye on it. Shes evilly delightful and so sweet that I just cant say no to her so looks like I will be making these very soon as a surprise gift for her upcoming birthday. She can save them for next winter.


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