Scrap Buster Fingerless Gloves


Scrap Buster Fingerless Gloves

Scrap Buster Fingerless Gloves
Scrap Buster Fingerless Gloves

"These fingerless gloves were made for busting those scraps! You’ll only need a very small amount of yarn for each row. Not interested in going “color crazy”? That’s ok, these gloves will look great whether you are using just two colors, or a different color for each round. The most important thing is to have fun with it! For a size adult small/medium, use a J hook. For a size medium/large, use a K hook (in worsted weight). Gauge listed was worked with a J size hook."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge7 st and 8 rows in 2" single crochet

Finished SizeAdult Small/Medium, Medium/Large

Materials List

  • Approx 100 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Size J crochet hook for S/M, size K hook for M/L

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This is such a colorful pattern that just begs to be worked up. Im not an artist, so I have the worst time figuring out what colors to place next to each other in a project like this. Ask me to diagram the worknot a problem. But as soon as color is introduced, Im hopeless without guidance. And the heck with scrapsIm happy to work with new skeins for these!

Now these look like a lot of fun to make, and practical too! My hands cramp up when they get too cool, even in the house. Gloves like these always help to warm them back up and let me get back to crocheting. I always have a lot of leftover yarn from my other projects. These are a great way for me to use some of it up!

I like the way the stitches work out in the pattern- they look like a "v". I also think calling it the "Scrap Buster" fingerless gloves is the perfect name for them. A young girl would love these, as would moms! I would like to save this pattern and give it a try with my odds and ends. However, working them up in a more tonal colorway would look very nice!

These will work perfectly for me to make for my grand daughter. I will use light weight yarn since it is for Florida and just two colors. Her favorites are pink and purple. Maybe even do them in different shades of those two colors. Thank you for posting such an easy, inexpensive pattern.

These gloves are truly eye-catching. I love this particular mix of bright and beautiful colors. If you have a plain winter coat, these would be the perfect pop of color!


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