Fingerless Gloves Sock Yarn Easy to Make

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Fingerless Gloves Sock Yarn Easy to Make Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You need to know how to chain, single crochet and slip stitch.

Pattern Description:

I love sock yarn * and* fingerless gloves and this pattern is one of my favorites. A pair only takes an evening or two to make, and you don't need a huge amount of yarn, so you can splurge on some special handpainted sock yarn to make these.

This pattern uses only chains, slip stitches and single crochet stitches with minimal shaping. Even if you're a careful, deliberate crocheter you can probably finish one glove in an evening while watching your favorite movie. You can easily customize the size & look of these gloves - there are several 'customize' notes in the pattern.

Uses approximately an ounce of super fine [size 1] sock yarn & D crochet hook. The pattern has instructions for making size small (6.5 inch/16.5 cms palm measurement) to x-large (8 inch/20.5 cms).

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • small (6.5 inches) to x-large (8 inches) palm measurement


  • Approximately 1 ounce of sock yarn
  • Size D crochet hook

About Designer

About Designer

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by Pam Daley
Full time RVers - currently in Oregon
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Crocheting is my crafty passion - passed on to me by my grandmother. :-)

My husband and I were both blessed to be able to retire just after turning 50 in January 2007. We sold just about everything we couldn?t fit in the pickup truck or RV and started choosing places we wanted to see on a big map.

And then I got cancer.

Our travel plans were put on hold as I went through chemotherapy, ...

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