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Free Pattern: Fingerless gloves with trebles and texture

In case you were still wondering — yes, it is still winter here in the southern hemisphere! Although we have had a very mild winter, so the gloves I have been making have not been too thick and warm. I also still have to get some proper wear out of my scarves — but I digress.

These fingerless gloves are made with 4-ply wool, so they are nice and light and perfect for wearing when you need to type or are travelling.

I tried something a bit different and used some other stitches to add some subtle texture to the glove that I had not included in the other patterns (like the ones you can find over here).

As always — please link back and don’t copy the pattern. But please show me your FOs! I would love to see them!

Now without further ado, here is the pattern.

Pattern:

Fingerless Gloves with Trebles and Texture

You’ll need:

  • 4-ply yarn (I used Elle Family Knit 4-ply)
  • 4 mm hook
  • Needle to weave in ends

Pattern:

Foundation chain: 45 stitches (or to fit around hand)

Row 1: 1 dc in each of the foundation ch. Close with a slst.

Row2: 1 dc in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 3: 1 htr in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 4: 1 dc in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 5: 1 htr in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Thumb opening:

Row 6 – 13: 1 dc in each stitch (work to and fro, do NOT close with a slst.

Row 14: 1 dc in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 15: 1 htr in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 16: Working in “back v”, dc in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 17: 1 htr in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 18: (1 fptr, 2tr)* rpt to end of row. Close with a slst.

Row 19: 1 dc in each stitch. Close with a slst.

Row 20: 1 dc in each stitch, dec. 2 stitches. Close with a slst.

Row 21: 1 tr in each stitch, dec. 2 stitches. Close with a slst.

For a longer glove:

Repeat rows 18 and 19 until desired length is reached.

Notes:

This pattern is quite easy and I am certain that a beginner would be able to follow it.

To make a longer glove, simply add more rows after row 21. See end of pattern for repeats.

I use English terminology, so just keep a conversion chart at hand if you’re used to the American terminology. As soon as I have time, I will make both available. This will be sooner rather than later, I hope!

 

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2 thoughts on “Free Pattern: Fingerless gloves with trebles and texture

  1. So nice to meet you as part of the Crafternoon Treats group at Ravelry! You have such a lovely blog here! These little gloves are beautiful, such wonderful texture, and I have a fondness for soft grey colors. Look forward to seeing more of ypur projects! :)))

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