With Christmas sneaking up on me I am trying to crochet as much as possible. I have written a list of names, checked it twice… but everything I have made has yet to get a name tag. My current plan (open to change) is to make a lot of basic things and then to focus on more personalized items.
After crocheting the Child Size Slouch Hat, I knew I wanted to make matching fingerless gloves. The greatest thing about these fingerless gloves is that they pair up great with those stretchy small gloves you can get from just about anywhere. They will help protect your children from getting snow up their sleeves while they build their first snowman of the year.
Next on my to do list is to weave in some ends on an Adult Slouch Hat.
For the free Child Slouch Hat Pattern click HERE
Free Child Size Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern
Medium weight yarn – I used Caron Simply Soft yarn to match the hats.
Yarn needle – for weaving in ends
J-6.00 MM crochet hook
You will be working in continuous rounds. You may wish to use a stitch marker. I like to use my started yarn end to mark my spot at the start of each round.
Let’s Get Started!
Round 1: FSC 18. Join to first FSC.
Round 2-4: HDC into next 18 stitches
Round 5: SC into next stitch. CH 3. Skip 3 stitches. SC into next stitch. HDC into next 13 stitches.
Round 6: HDC into next stitch. 3 HDC into CH space. HDC into next 14 stitches.
Round 7-19: HDC into the next 18 stitches.
Round 20: SC into next stitch. Slip stitch into next stitch. CH 1. SC into same stitch and SC into next 17 stitches. Join to first SC.
Finish off and weave in your ends.
Repeat for second glove.