Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern
It’s winter and you know what that means. Cold hands and feet.
It can be a challenge to stay warm in the winter, especially when gloves make it hard to use our phones and function. That’s why I love fingerless gloves. They’re what people used before texting gloves, and they’re just as good. This particular pair uses the lemon peel stitch.
They have a little hole for your thumbs and a ribbed cuff around the bottom. They’re super comfy for driving or running errands. And you can text unlike with a pair of mittens.
This pair is made out of cascade 220 superwash merino. It’s a 100% washable wool for easy care and warmth this winter.
Everyone can always use some warm winter gloves and these are a stitch to make.
Skill Level: Easy
Pattern is written for size small with changes for medium and large in parentheses
Hook(s) size: 7/4.5 mm
Yarn weight: Worsted
Prefered type of yarn: Merino wool
Suggested yarn: Cascade 220 Superwash Merino – 1 skein Navy
Yarn yardage: 130 yds
Tools – scissors, tapestry needle
Approx. finished dimensions: Length – 6.5”; Circumference (at palm) – 5.75 (6.75, 8)”
Gauge: 2” = 7 sts by 7 rows
- Ch – chain, st(s) – stitch(es), blo – back loop only, sc – single crochet, dc – double crochet
Ch 1 does not count as a st
Row 1: Sc into the second ch from the hook and into each st across, turn. – 12 sts
Row 2-20 (2-24, 2-28): Ch 1. Sc blo into each st across, turn.
Row 1: Rotate to work into row edges, sc into the end of each row across the cuff portion, turn. -20 (24, 28) sts
Rows 2-11: Ch 1. *Sc into the next st, dc into the next st; repeat from * across, turn.
Fold glove in half and whip stitch together leaving a 1.5” opening for the thumb. I left the hole for the thumb approx 3.5” from the bottom of the glove
These lemon peel stitch fingerless gloves are warm and convenient. You won’t have to struggle to stay warm and use your phone at the same time. Plus they’re super easy to make. Gloves are a simple holiday gift everyone can use.