Sale! Check Me Out Fingerless Gloves

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Sale! Check Me Out Fingerless Gloves Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Tunisian / Afghan St
  • Pattern written in US terms

Pattern Description:

Moving Sale!

We are moving and to celebrate all patterns are a $1.50 including sets!

These gloves are nice and thick to help keep you warm.

Pattern has been tested by various people.

Crochet Level- Intermediate ((You must know how to do Tunisian simple st / afghan st, and Tunisian Knit st, plus some basic crochet stitches.)

However, if you want to learn Tunisian there are some great videos on You Tube to help teach you.

If you do not have all of the Tunisian hook sizes (like me), you can improvise by using a regular straight crochet hook. Just wrap a rubber band at the end of your hook to keep your loops from slipping off. My kids Silly Bandz also work great as well (lol).

Included in this pattern are how to photos, gauge, stitch counts, yarn amounts, and glove dimensions.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits Adult women XSmall / Small and Med / Large


  • Tunisian Hooks H or 5mm and I or 5.5mm for size Med / Large
  • Tunisian Hooks G or 4mm and H or 5mm for size Med / Large
  • Yarn needle

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Simply Soft by Caron

About Designer

About Designer

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My mom was always very crafty. So growing up doing crafts was "normal" to me. I started selling bracelets at craft shows when I was a kid.

Later as a young adult I discovered crochet, and it really clicked for me. I started adapting patterns to fit my needs, and eventually started making my own designs.

I try very hard to make my patterns as accurate and easy to follow as possible. All of ...

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