• Child’s Textured Mesh Finger-less Gloves | Fashion


     These little gloves make great gifts for the kids and are quick and easy to work up!

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    Make sure to measure around your child's wrist and the length from end of cuff to top of knuckles. The size shown is for an 8 year old. 


    Original pattern by Fran Corona © all right reserved
    You may use items made from this pattern to sell but please include my shop link in your listing as follows: Pattern by Fran Corona https://www.etsy.com/shop/fransplace1018
    Materials Needed:
    Medium Weight Yarn – I used I love this yarn! By Hobby Lobby
    4.5 mm crochet hook 2 Stitch Markers or 2 pieces of contrasting color yarn Scissors Tapestry Needle
    Abbreviations Used:
    Ch – chain
    Sc – single crochet
    Dc – double crochet
    Fl – front loop
    Bl – back loop
    Sl st – slip stitch
    St(s) – stitch(es)
    Instructions:
    Ch 7
    Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, & in each ch across
    Row 2: ch 1, sc in bl of same st & each st across
    Row 3: ch 1, sc in both loops of each st across
    Row 4 – 22: repeat rows 2 & 3
    Now sl st ends together in fl of last row and free loops of 1st row – I ended up with 12 ridges including the joining ridge.
    Now you will work in the round placing a stitch marker in 1st st made in every round.
    Round 1: ch 1, sc in each sc row working a sc decrease in last two rows DO NOT JOIN – 21 stitches
    Round 2: *sc & dc in bl of first sc from round 1, skip next st, repeat from * around
    Round 3: sc & dc in bl of each dc st around moving stitch marker up as you go
    Round 4: repeat round 3 Do not turn
    Sc in each sc row down the side of cuff and sl st to 1st sc made down the side of cuff. 
    Now sl st ends together in fl of last row and free loops of 1st row to close cuff – I ended up with 12 ridges including the joining ridge. 
    Now you will work in the round placing a stitch marker in 1st st made in every round.
    Round 5: sc & dc in bl of next dc, ch 3 skip next 3 stitches (you should have skipped a sc then dc then sc), sc & dc in bl of next dc st and bl of each dc st around
    Round 6: sc & dc in bl of next dc st around to ch 3 space, sc & dc in ch 3 space, sc & dc in bl of each dc st around
    Round 7: sc & dc in bl of each dc st around
    Round 8: skip 1st sc made from last round & sc in next dc & each st around, sl st & fasten off. Weave in ends.
    You can leave the thumb hole or close it a little which is what I like to do.
    Join yarn in the corner of the thumb hole and sc evenly around for 2 rounds or more if you choose. Fasten off and weave in ends.
    Follow same instructions for right glove until you get to round 5. This time sc & dc in bl of next 7 dc stitches, ch 3, skip next 3 stitches (you should have skipped a sc then dc then sc), sc & dc in bl of next dc st and bl of last two dc sts around, then follow instructions from round 6 and on.
    Thank you for reading and as always I would love to see your finished creations! If you have any questions please leave me a comment below or by email at contact@fransplace1018.com
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