Sankaku Fingerless Gloves


Sankaku Fingerless Gloves

Sankaku Fingerless Gloves
Sankaku Fingerless Gloves

Autumn is the perfect time for fingerless gloves. They keep your hands warm while still giving you the freedom to use your fingers. These wrist warmers are crocheted in one piece - starting from the outside of the wrist and finished at the thumb. Working through the back loop only gives them an interesting texture. They are nice to showcase your variegated yarn. The pattern is written in a way that it can be adapted to different yarn and hand sizes.


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

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

This project was submitted by one of our readers, just like you.

Click Here to Submit Your Project!

Your Recently Viewed Projects

Leave a Comment


Cancel Reply to Comment

Thanks for your comment. Don't forget to share!

What a pretty glove pattern! If I made these in warm colors like orange, red, and pink it would resemble something of a sunset. Absolutely stunning! It's a relatively easy pattern to follow, if you know how to use stitch markers properly and how piecing together works. I will take on the challenge!

Sankaku () is the Japanese word for triangle. These wrist warmers are made in one piece and are a great way to show off or use up your variegated yarns. Variegated yarns are the best for this piece in order to get the true sense of the triangular make up. Great accessory item for those that use their hands a lot in the and need their fingers freed.

These are just outstanding. According to the designer, this was originally a knitting pattern and after correcting some errors in that, she decided to work it up as a crochet pattern as well. Working the Single Crochet stitches isnt difficult, but if she hadnt included a near step by step set of photos, I would have been very intimidated. Not quite as good as a video, but extremely useful.


Report Inappropriate Comment

Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action.

Thank you for taking the time to improve the content on our site.

Close Window