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Easy Knit Fingerless Gloves Free Pattern & Tutorial from B.Hooked


Easy Knit Fingerless Gloves Free Pattern & Tutorial from B.Hooked

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The perfect everyday knit fingerless gloves to keep your hands warm. Skill Level | Easy

Available Sizes | Adult Small & Large Learn to knit fingerless gloves before trying a pair of gloves or mittens. They’ll ease you into basic shaping with the thumb gusset while keeping up your confidence. Project sponsored by Red Heart Yarns

Introduction About this Pattern If you’re ready to start knitting more than scarves, knit fingerless gloves are a great way to start learning more knitting techniques you’ll use in the future.

With this project you’ll get to practice two very important knitting skills: knitting in the round with double point needles and increasing for shaping a thumb gusset. Plus, they’re a quick make so you’ll get that instant gratification you need.

Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project. We prepared a list of recommended supplies and abbreviations you’ll need to get started, a video tutorial for knitting these basic fingerless gloves and, of course, written instructions to walk you through the entire project from start to finish.

You’ll find the full pattern for free here on this page. However, if you’d like a PDF version of this pattern to print or save for offline use, you can do so as a B.Hooked Insider. Insiders also have a direct line of communication to Brittany for pattern support and help guide the direction of future patterns and tutorials through our voting system. Become an Insider to unlock the PDF and pattern support

getting started Recommended Supplies Approx 10 yds ; Red Heart Super Saver Chunky (colorway pictured: grenadine); Color A

; Red Heart Super Saver Chunky (colorway pictured: grenadine); Color A Approx 40 yds ; Red Heart Super Saver Chunky (colorway pictured: light gray); Color B

; Red Heart Super Saver Chunky (colorway pictured: light gray); Color B US 10.5 (6.5mm) 7″ Double Pointed Needles

(6.5mm) 7″ Double Pointed Needles Yarn Needle

Needle Scissors FAQ: Can I use circular needles instead of double point?

Yes, however, 9″ circular needles are harder to find. If you have them, go ahead and use them! Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Please understand I have experience with these products and recommend them because they’re optimal for this pattern, not because of the small commissions made if you buy them online. Thank you for your support!

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pattern details Abbreviations This pattern is written using standard US crochet terminology. CO Cast On

Cast On K knit

knit M1L Make 1 Left

Make 1 Left M1R Make 1 Right

Make 1 Right PM Place Marker

Place Marker PUAK Pick Up & Knit

Pick Up & Knit Rem Remaining

Remaining Rep Repeat

Repeat SM Slip Marker

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Gauge 7 sts and 9 rounds = 2″

(stockinette)

Finished Size Small:

7″ (wrist), 8″ (at thumb) circumference ; 7.5″ length

Finished Size Large:

7.5″ (wrist), 9″ (at thumb) circumference; 8.5″ length Additional Notes: Size indicated in pattern as follows: small (large)

the pattern Written Instructions Rounds 1-8: With color A, CO 21(24). K all sts. Join color B in last stitch of rd 8. Don’t break A. Round 9: Knit all sts. Pick up color A at end of round. Don’t break B. Tip! To avoid color jog, pick up right leg of stitch below the first and place on left needle. With color of existing round, K together to right needle. The second stitch will now become your first. Round 10: K all sts. Pick up color B at end of round. Don’t break A.

Round 11: K all sts. Pick up color A at end of round. Don’t break B.

Round 12: K all sts. Pick up color B at end of round. Break A. Rounds 13-16(17): K all sts.

Thumb Gusset – Right Hand Only Round1 : K15(17). PM. M1L. K1. M1R. PM. K rem 5(6) sts. {23(25) sts} Round 2: K all sts. Round 3: K to marker. SM. M1L. K to marker. M1R. SM. K rem 5(6) sts. {25(27) sts} Repeat second and third rounds twice more (you’ll have 9 sts between markers). Place 9 thumb stitches on a stitch holder.

Thumb Gusset – Left Hand Only Round 1: K5(6). PM. M1L. K1. M1R. PM. K rem 15(17) sts. {23(25) sts} Round 2: K all sts. Round 3: K to marker. SM. M1L. K to marker. M1R. SM. K rem 15(17) sts. {25(27) sts} Repeat second and third rounds twice more (you’ll have 9 sts between markers). Place 9 thumb stitches on a stitch holder.

Continue For Both Next Round: K to thumb gusset. CO 1 st. K rem sts of round. Next Round: K all sts. Rep last round until your work measures 7.5″ (8.5″) from cast on edge. Cast off.

Thumb Round 1: With color B, pick up 9 thumb stitches at the back of the work. K to gap opening. PUAK 1(2) sts to close the gap. Round 2: K all sts. Cast off and weave in your ends.

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see how it’s done Basic Knit Fingerless Gloves Tutorial Part 1 Basic Knit Fingerless Gloves Tutorial Part 2 Watch on YouTube Left-Handed Version Subscribe to B.Hooked on YouTube Right-Handed Version

Ready to knit more than a scarf? Knit fingerless gloves are a great project to try before diving into more complicated knitting.

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