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I was taught to crochet by my father when I was about 10 years old...i stopped crocheting for a while and have gotten back into it. It's a passion of mine!! I love being able to create such ...

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Must Be A Lady Fingerless Gloves

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Must Be A Lady Fingerless Gloves
Must Be A Lady Fingerless Gloves
Must Be A Lady Fingerless Gloves

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judepop    November 24, 2015
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I made these gloves last xmas for a gift, I too did find the pattern very difficult to follow, with a lot of trial and error! I have promised myself to make another pair and write my stitches as I complete every row, as the hard work was worth it, as they were beautiful when worn. just having the will power to do it :)

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Imdoodah31931523    September 1, 2015
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I too am having problems following the pattern as written. An update to clear up the number of stitches would be helpful.

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cmblackla9607070  October 28, 2015
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I agree that a stitch count would be very helpful.

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GRush    December 26, 2014
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I have tried this pattern multiple times, and the lack of actual stitch counts per row makes this pattern nearly impossible to work particularly when working the palm area of the glove. My 7" cuff resulted in a base chain of 36 stitches for the base chain of the glove. When I got to row 3 of working the top of the cuff, absolutely nothing I did resulted in the number of stitches indicated by the instructions in that row. I have fought and fought and fought with this pattern and find it horribly written, almost as though it was written as an afterthought once the finished project had already been completed.