Fingerless Gloves – Free Crochet Pattern

We all know how hard it is to text with gloves on, let alone do anything else. When it comes to using our tech, we need gloves that are adaptable. These simple fingerless gloves will help keep your hands warm while leaving your fingers free to move around. Made in a one-size-fits-most-adults size, it is easily adaptable for other sizes as well, simply adjust the number of rows done at the cuff!

When followed exactly as the pattern specifies, the finished product will measure approximately 7 1/2 inches long and 7 1/2 inches around without stretching.

Don’t forget to make as many gloves as you have hands!

This pattern has NOT been extensively tested. Errors may be present. Please let me know if you find any errors or have any feedback.

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Difficulty: Easy
Yarn Used: Worsted Weight (4)
Hook Used: I hook (5.5mm)
Yardage Needed: Approximately 120yds


Legend

All terms are US standard crochet terms.

  • ch – Chain
  • sc – Single Crochet
  • hdc – Half Double Crochet
  • dc – Double Crochet
  • sl st – Slip Stitch
  • blo – Back Loop Only
  • st – Stitch

To Start: ch9

Row 1: turn, sc across BLO (8sc)

Row 2-23: repeat row 1

To create a larger cuff, continue on in this pattern (rows 2-23) until you have a size that fits. The row count here will dictate how many single crochets you have after joining as well as how many hdcs you have going forward.

Row 24: turn, sc across BLO, sl st to form a cuff (be sure not to twist it)

Row 25: ch1, sc same st, sc around top of cuff, sl st to join (24sc)

Row 26: ch2, hdc same st, hdc next st and around, sl st to top of ch2 (24hdc)

Row 27-31: repeat row 26

Row 32: ch2, hdc same st, hdc next st and around, do not join (24hdc)

Row 33-35: turn, ch2, hdc same st, hdc next st and around, do not join (24hdc)

Row 36-39: ch2, hdc same st, hdc next st and around, sl st to top of ch2 (24hdc)

Row 40: turn, ch1, sc same st, sc loosely around (24sc)

Fasten off and weave in ends!

Remember to make as many gloves as you have hands!

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