Slouchy Shells Fingerless Gloves

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Slouchy Shells Fingerless Gloves Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • half double crochet
  • double crochet
  • slip stitch

Pattern Description:

Comfy yet elegant, these slouchy fingerless gloves will keep you staying toasty during those cold months, while still being able to use your fingers. My job is always very chilly, but I work with a touch screen computer, so I can not wear gloves or mittens. Now I can stay toasty warm, fashionable, and still be able to work efficiently.

I suggest making these with Amazing Yarn by Lion Brand, as that is what the pattern was originally written for. However, other medium worsted weights don't seem to work up the same. If using a different worsted weight yarn, I suggest using a K hook and a G hook instead of the recommended hooks that the pattern calls for.

You will not use the total 2 skeins of Amazing Yarn ( and the yardage is an estimate). I recommend 2 skeins so that the colors come out as close to each other as possible.


Use a K hook and a G hook if using a different worsted weight yarn(other than Amazing Yarn) to achieve the correct size.
Using Amazing with a K and G hook will get a very large pair.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Teen Girl
  • Ladies small/medium


  • 2 skeins of Amazing Yarn
  • J hook
  • E hook
  • yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

250 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lion Brand Amazing Yarn

About Designer

About Designer

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Coming from a very artistic family, I have been an avid crafter all my life. From drawing and painting to sewing and most recently, crochet, I love all things crafty.
My mother was my inspiration for starting my own business (my company name, a tribute to her) and though she is no longer with me, I feel her presence whenever I create.
My daughter is my continued inspiration; the reason for ...

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