Yes, here’s yet another wonderful pattern for this fashion mainstay! When it comes to crocheting fingerless gloves — a.k.a. fingerless mitts, wrist warmers, etc. — one pair is just not enough. If you’re looking to add to your collection or to crochet a pair or two or three for recipients on your gift list, here’s a great design you might want to consider.
It’s an elegant take on this classic, and it uses just the single crochet and the half double crochet stitches to achieve the beautiful effect. This is a free pattern, too! It’s the “Winter’s Cerise Fingerless Gloves” pattern by designer Erangi Udeshika of Crochet For You. You’ll find a complete written pattern that will guide you to success from start to finish! You’ll also get all the details on the recommended yarn, too!
If the half double crochet stitch is unfamiliar to you or you’d like a refresher, be sure to check out the excellent video tutorial below by the Crochet Guild of America (CGOA) — in right-hand and left-hand versions — that will quickly get you up to speed on this highly useful crochet stitch!
Right hand tutorial
Left hand tutorial
And while you’re here how about a free more free patterns and tutorials for fingerless gloves and a wide variety of other fabulous DIY crochet accessories? Be sure to check out some of our favorites that we’ve previously featured at Crochet Maze. The links are below!
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