Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless Gloves

level 3: intermediate


hook size 3 mm


1 ball Scheepjeswol Invicta Extra
#1346


the gloves are about 21 cm/ 8 inches long and have a diameter of about 18 cm/ 7 inches


stitches used: chain, slip stitch, US single crochet, US double crochet

Fingerless Gloves

Beautiful fingerless gloves that will keep your hands and wrists nice and warm this Winter – and they are great for gifts too!
This pattern works in the round is based on a stitch count of 10. For these fingerless gloves, casting on 50 stitches gave me a nicely fitting glove, however you might want to add or loose 10 stitches for a better fit. Please note that this glove is worked entirely in the round and the stitch count for the thumb part is designed for this exact combination of yarn weight, hook size and stitch count. Have a look here for the pattern of a chunky version of these gloves which just leave a gap for the thumb.

Prachtige vingerloze handschoenen die jouw handen en polsen lekker warm houden deze winter – en ze zijn ook erg leuk om cadeau te geven! Dit patroon haak je in het rond en het is gebaseerd op een telling van clusters van 10 steken. Bij 50 steken past de handschoen mij precies, maar het kan zijn dat voor jou 10 steken meer of minder prettiger past. Let er op dat dit patroon volledig in het rond gehaakt is en dat het duim-deel precies ontworpen is voor dit type garen in combinatie met de haaknaald en aantal steken. Kijk hier voor het patroon van een grove versie van deze handschoenen met een duimgat.

Translation to FINNISH with many thanks to Milla

Translation to SPANISH with many thanks to María; Para preguntas en español pregúntale a María

main image

Let’s get started!

US + UK start. Chain 50 and join into a ring with slip stitch in first chain. Make sure not to twist the chain when you join.
NL start. Haak een ketting van 50 lossen en sluit tot een ring met een halve vaste in de eerste losse. Zorg ervoor dat de ketting niet gedraaid is wanneer je sluit.
ES comienzo. haz 50 cadenas y une el último punto con el primero en un punto raso. Asegúrate de que la cadeneta no se tuerce cuando la unas.

fingerless gloves row 1-2

US row 1. *in the first chain: single crochet. Chain 1, skip one, 1 single crochet in the next. skip 3 stitches. In the next stitch make 3 double crochet, 1 chain, 3 double crochet. skip 3 stitches*. Repeat between * all around. Join with slip stitch in first single crochet.
UK row 1. *in the first chain: double crochet. Chain 1, skip one, 1 double crochet in the next. skip 3 stitches. In the next stitch make 3 treble crochet, 1 chain, 3 treble crochet. skip 3 stitches*. Repeat between * all around. Join with slip stitch in first double crochet.
NL toer 1. *in de eerste losse: 1 vaste. Haak een losse, een steek overslaan, 1 vaste in de volgende losse. sla 3 steken over, maak in de volgende steek 3 stokjes, losse, 3 stokjes. sla 3 steken over*. Herhaal tussen * rondom. Sluit met een halve vaste in de eerste vaste.
ES vuelta 1. *en la primera cadena: punto bajo, 1 cadena, salta un punto, 1 punto bajo en el siguiente. Salta tres puntos. En el siguiente punto haz 3 puntos altos, 1 cadena, 3 puntos altos. Salta tres puntos*. Repite entre *y* toda la vuelta. Une con un punto raso el final de la vuelta con el primer punto.

US row 2. in the chain 1 loop of row 1: 1 single crochet, chain 3, 1 half double crochet. *chain 3, 1 single crochet in the chain gap on top of the ‘shell’, chain 3, in the next chain 1 loop: 1 half double crochet, chain 1, 1 half double crochet *. Repeat between * all around. End with chain 3, join with slip stitch in the second begin chain.
UK row 2. in the chain 1 loop of row 1: 1 double crochet, chain 3, 1 half treble crochet. *chain 3, 1 double crochet in the chain gap on top of the ‘shell’, chain 3, in the next chain 1 loop: 1 half treble crochet, chain 1, 1 half treble crochet *. Repeat between * all around. End with chain 3, join with slip stitch in the second begin chain.
NL toer 2. in de opening van 1 losse van toer 1: vaste, 3 lossen, half stokje. *3 lossen, 1 vaste in de opening van de losse halverwege de ‘schelp’, 3 lossen, in de volgende lus van 1 losse: half stokje, losse, half stokje*. Herhaal tussen * rondom. Eindig met 3 lossen en sluit met een halve vaste in de tweede beginlosse.
ES vuelta 2. en el primer hueco empieza la vuelta: 1 punto bajo, 3  cadenas, 1 punto medio alto. *3 cadenas, 1 punto bajo en el hueco de la cadena de la vuelta 1 en la parte de arriba de la “concha”, 3 cadenas, en la siguiente cadena 1 haz un hueco: 1 punto medio alto, 1 cadena, 1 punto medio alto. * repite entre *y* toda la vuelta. Termina con tres cadenas y haz un punto raso en la segunda de las cadenas del inicio.

fingerless gloves row 3-4

US row 3. in the gap between the half double crochet stitches of row 2: 1 single crochet, chain 3, 3 double crochet. *single crochet just before the single crochet of row 2, chain 1, single crochet just after the single crochet of row 2. In the next gap between the half double crochet stitches: 3 double crochet, chain 1, 3 double crochet*. Repeat between * all around. End with 2 double crochet in the first gap, join with slip stitch in second begin chain.
UK row 3. in the gap between the half treble crochet stitches of row 2: 1 double crochet, chain 3, 3 treble crochet. *double crochet just before the double crochet of row 2, chain 1, double crochet just after the double crochet of row 2. In the next gap between the half treble crochet stitches: 3 treble crochet, chain 1, 3 treble crochet*. Repeat between * all around. End with 2 treble crochet in the first gap, join with slip stitch in second begin chain.
NL toer 3. in de opening tussen de halve stokjes van toer 2: 1 vaste, 3 lossen, 3 stokjes. *1 vaste net vóór de vaste van toer 2, 1 losse, 1 vaste net áchter de vaste van toer 2. In de volgende opening tussen de halve stokjes: 3 stokjes, 1 losse, 3 stokjes*. Herhaal tussen * rondom. Eindig met 2 stokjes in de eerste opening, sluit met een halve vaste in de tweede beginlosse.
ES vuelta 3. en el hueco entre los puntos medios altos de la vuelta 2 hacemos: un punto bajo, 3 cadenas, 3 puntos altos. *punto bajo antes del punto bajo de la vuelta 2, 1 cadena, 1 punto bajo despues del punto bajo de la vuelta 2. En el siguiente hueco entre los medios puntos altos: 3 puntos altos, 1 cadena, 3 puntos altos*. repite entre *y* toda la vuelta. Termina la vuelta con 2 puntos altos en el primer hueco y únelo al comienzo con un punto bajo en la segunda cadena que hiciste al principio.

US row 4. *single crochet in the gap on the top of the shell, chain 3, in the next chain gap: half double crochet, chain, half double crochet, chain 3*. Repeat between * all around. End with chain 3 and join with slip stitch in the first single crochet.
UK row 4. *double crochet in the gap on the top of the shell, chain 3, in the next chain gap: half treble crochet, chain, half treble crochet, chain 3*. Repeat between * all around. End with chain 3 and join with slip stitch in the first double crochet.
NL toer 4. *vaste in de opening halverwege de schelp, 3 lossen, in de volgende opening van 1 losse: half stokje, losse, half stokje, 3 lossen*. Herhaal tussen * rondom. Eindig met 3 lossen en sluit met een halve vaste in de eerste vaste.
ES vuelta 4. * punto bajo en el hueco de encima de la concha, 3 cadenas, en el siguiente hueco de la cadena: punto medio alto, cadena, punto medio alto, 3 cadenas.* repite entre * y* toda la vuelta. Termina con 3 cadenas con un punto bajo en el primer punto de la vuelta.

fingerless gloves row 5

US row 5. chain 2, single crochet in the loop of chain 3 of row 4. *in the next gap between the half double crochet stitches of row 4: 3 double crochet, chain, 3 double crochet. Single crochet just before the single crochet of row 4, chain 1, single crochet just after the single crochet of row 4*. Repeat between * all around. End with 3 double crochet, chain 1, 3 double crochet and join with slip stitch in the first chain.
UK row 5. chain 2, double crochet in the loop of chain 3 of row 4. *in the next gap between the half treble crochet stitches of row 4: 3 treble crochet, chain, 3 treble crochet. Double crochet just before the double crochet of row 4, chain 1, double crochet just after the double crochet of row 4*. Repeat between * all around. End with 3 treble crochet, chain 1, 3 treble crochet and join with slip stitch in the first chain.
NL toer 5. 2 lossen, een vaste in de opening van 3 lossen van toer 4. *in de volgende opening tussen de halve stokjes van toer 4: 3 stokjes, een losse, 3 stokjes. 1 vaste net voor de vaste van toer 4, 1 losse, 1 vaste net achter de vaste van toer 4*. Herhaal tussen * rondom. Sluit met een halve vaste in de eerste losse.
ES vuelta 5. 2 cadenas, punto bajo en el hueco de la cadena 3 de la vuelta 4 *en el siguiente hueco entre el punto medio alto de la vuelta 4: 3 puntos altos, 1 cadena, 3 puntos altos. Punto bajo justo antes del punto bajo de la vuelta 4, 1 cadena, punto bajo justo después del punto bajo de la vuelta 4*. Repite entre *y* toda la vuelta. Termina con tres puntos altos, una cadena y tres puntos altos con un punto raso en la primera cadena que hiciste.

US + UK continue. Repeat rows 2 to 5 until you’ve finished row 21, which equals 11 rows of shell stitches. As of row 22 you will be making room for your thumb. That’s why they are referred to as the ‘thumb rows’. Please note that the pattern from here on works for a similar yarn-hook-stitch count. Of you increased or decreased stitches in the beginning, it will affect the thumb measurements. As an alternative you could leave a thumb gap like in this pattern.
NL vervolg. Herhaal toer 2 t/m 5 totdat je toer 21 gehaakt hebt, wat betekent dat je in totaal 11 toeren schelpen hebt. Beginnend met toer 22 haak je ruimte voor je duim. Deze ‘duim toeren’ hebben een eigen nummering. Let er op dat het patroon vanaf hier goed werkt voor een exact vergelijkbare garen-haaknaald-aantal steken combinatie. Als je in het begin extra steken opgezet hebt of juist minder, dan zal dit een groot effect hebben op de volgende toeren. Een alternatief is de duim weg te laten
en het patroon verder te volgen zoals hier.
ES continuación. repite las vueltas 2 a 5 hasta que hayas hecho la vuelta 21, lo que significa 11 vueltas de conchas. En la vuelta 22 vas a hacer sitio para el pulgar. A estas vueltas las llamaremos “vueltas del pulgar”. Por favor, ten en cuenta para tu trabajo que este patrón es para una lana y ganchillo del número del patrón, o si aumentaste o disminuiste puntadas al principio, afectara a las medidas. Como alternativa puedes dejar un hueco para el pulgar como en este patrón.

thumb fingerless glove row 1-2

US thumb start + row 1. to increase for the thumb, you’ll be making 2 loops for a scallop in the next row. In the chain 1 loop: single crochet like you’re used to do in row 2, chain 3, 2 half double crochet, chain 1, half double crochet. continue the row as normal with chain 3, single crochet on top of the shell etc. exactly like row 2. End with chain 3, close with slip stitch in second begin chain.
UK thumb start + row 1. to increase for the thumb, you’ll be making 2 loops for a scallop in the next row. In the chain 1 loop: double crochet like you’re used to do in row 2, chain 3, 2 half treble crochet, chain 1, half treble crochet. continue the row as normal with chain 3, double crochet on top of the shell etc. exactly like row 2. End with chain 3, close with slip stitch in second begin chain.
NL duim start + toer 1. om ruimte te maken voor de duim ga je 2 lussen maken voor schelpen in de volgende toer. In de lus van 1 losse: vaste in zoals je gewend bent te doen in toer 2, 3 lossen 2 halve stokjes, 1 losse, 1 half stokje. Ga verder met 3 lossen, 1 vaste in de top van de schelp etc. precies zoals je deed in toer 2. Eindig met 3 lossen, halve vaste in de tweede beginlosse.
ES comienzo del pulgar y vuelta 1. para aumentar para el pulgar, vas a hacer dos agujeros en la siguiente vuelta: punto bajo como has hecho en cada vuelta 2, 3 cadenas, 2 puntos medios altos, 1 cadena, 1 punto medio alto. Continua como hasta ahora en la vuelta 3, punto bajo en lo alto de la concha, etc. exactamente como en la vuelta 2. Termina con tres cadenas, y cierra la vuelta con un punto raso en la segunda cadena del principio.

US thumb row 2. In the chain 1 loop: single crochet, chain 3, 3 double crochet. Chain 1. Make a second shell in the next chain 1 loop. Continue with a repeat of what’s in between * and * in row 3. End with 2 double crochet, close with a slip stitch in the second begin chain.
UK thumb row 2. In the chain 1 loop: double crochet, chain 3, 3 treble crochet. Chain 1. Make a second shell in the next chain 1 loop. Continue with a repeat of what’s in between * and * in row 3. End with 2 treble crochet, close with a slip stitch in the second begin chain.
NL duim toer 2. In de lus van 1 losse: vaste, 3 lossen, 3 stokjes. 1 losse. Maak een tweede schelp in de volgende lus van 1 losse. Ga verder met het herhaalpatroon tussen * uit toer 3. Eindig met 2 stokjes, sluit met een halve vaste in de tweede beginlosse.
ES pulgar vuelta 2. En la primera cadena 1 hueco: 1 punto bajo, 3 cadenas, 3 puntos altos, 1 cadena. Haz una segunda concha en la siguiente cadena que hacia un hueco. Continua repitiendo entre *y* en la vuelta 3. Termina con 2 puntos altos, y cierra con 1 punto raso en la segunda cadena del principio.

thumb fingerless glove row 3-4-5

US thumb row 3. Single crochet in the chain 1 loop of thumb row 2. Chain 3, in the next chain 1 loop in between the shells: half double crochet, chain 1, half double crochet. Chain 3 and continue with a repeat of what’s in between * and * in row 4. End with slips stitch in the first single crochet.
UK thumb row 3. Double crochet in the chain 1 loop of thumb row 2. Chain 3, in the next chain 1 loop in between the shells: half treble crochet, chain 1, half treble crochet. Chain 3 and continue with a repeat of what’s in between * and * in row 4. End with slips stitch in the first double crochet.
NL duim toer 3. Vaste in de lus van 1 losse van duim toer 2. 3 lossen, in de volgende lus van een losse tussen de schelpen: half stokje, losse, half stokje. 3 lossen, vervolg het herhaal patroon tussen * uit toer 4. Eindig met een halve vaste in de eerste vaste.
ES pulgar vuelta 3. 1 punto bajo en la cadena 1 de la vuelta 2 del pulgar, 3 cadenas, *en la siguiente cadena 1 hueco entre las conchas: punto medio alto, 1 cadena 1 punto medio alto, 3 cadenas* y repite entre *y*en toda la vuelta. Termina con un punto raso en el primer punto bajo.

US thumb row 4. repeat row 5.
UK thumb row 4. repeat row 5.
NL duim toer 4. herhaal toer 5.
ES pulgar vuelta 4. repite la vuelta 5.

US thumb row 5. repeat row 2 and make a combination of half double crochet, chain 1, half double crochet in top of the second shell as shown in the picture above.
UK thumb row 5. repeat row 2 and make a combination of half treble crochet, chain 1, half treble crochet in top of the second shell as shown in the picture above.
NL duim toer 5. herhaal toer 2 en maak een combinatie van half stokje, losse, half stokje in de top van de tweede schelp zoals je op de bovenstaande foto ziet.
ES pulgar vuelta 5. repite la vuelta 2 y combina con medios puntos altos, 1 cadena y medio punto alto al final de la segunda concha como vemos en la fotografía a continuación.

thumb fingerless glove row 6

US thumb row 6. repeat row 3: 1 single crochet, chain 3, 3 double crochet. Continue straight with 2 more shells as shown in the left picture above. Continue with the repeat of row 3 between *. End with 2 double crochet in the first gap, join with slip stitch in 2nd begin chain.
UK thumb row 6. repeat row 3: 1 double crochet, chain 3, 3 treble crochet. Continue straight with 2 more shells as shown in the left picture above. Continue with the repeat of row 3 between *. End with 2 treble crochet in the first gap, join with slip stitch in 2nd begin chain.
NL duim toer 6. herhaal toer 3: 1 vaste, 3 lossen, 3 stokjes. Ga direct verder met 2 schelpen zoals je ziet in de linker foto hierboven. Ga daarna verder met het herhaal patroon uit toer 3 tussen *. Eindig met 2 stokjes in de eerste opening, sluit met een halve vaste in de tweede beginlosse.
ES pulgar vuelta 6. repite la vuelta 3. Punto bajo, 3 cadenas, 3 puntos altos. Continúa con 2 conchas mas como vemos en la fotografía de la izquierda abajo.  Continua repitiendo como en la vuelta 3 entre * y*. Termina con 2 puntos altos en el primer hueco, y únelo con un punto raso en la segunda cadena del principio.

thumb fingerless glove row 7-8

US thumb row 7. repeat row 4. Start with single crochet, chain 3. In between the shells: half double crochet, chain, half double crochet. Chain 3, single crochet in top of shell, chain 3. In between the next shells: half double crochet, chain, half double crochet. Chain 3. Repeat row 4 in between *, close with slip stitch in first single crochet.
UK thumb row 7. repeat row 4. Start with double crochet, chain 3. In between the shells: half treble crochet, chain, half treble crochet. Chain 3, double crochet in top of shell, chain 3. In between the next shells: half treble crochet, chain, half treble crochet. Chain 3. Repeat row 4 in between *, close with slip stitch in first double crochet.
NL duim toer 7. herhaal toer 4. Begin met een vaste, 3 lossen. Tussen de schelpen: half stokje, losse, half stokje. 3 lossen, vaste bovenin de volgende schelp, 3 lossen. Tussen de volgende schelpen: half stokje, losse, half stokje. 3 lossen. Herhaal toer 4 tussen *, sluit met een halve vaste in de eerste vaste.
ES pulgar vuelta 7. repite la vuelta 4. Empieza con un punto bajo, 3 cadenas. Entre las conchas: medio punto alto, cadena, medio punto alto, 3 cadenas, punto bajo en lo alto de la concha, 3 cadenas. Entre las siguientes conchas: medio punto alto, cadena, medio punto alto, 3 cadenas. Repite la vuelta cuatro entre *y*. Cierra la vuelta con un punto raso en el primer punto bajo de la vuelta.

US thumb row 8. repeat row 5.
UK thumb row 8. repeat row 5.
NL duim toer 8. herhaal toer 5.
ES pulgar vuelta 8: repite la vuelta 5.

thumb fingerless glove row 9

US thumb row 9. repeat row 2 until you make a single crochet in the third shell top. Your work looks like the left image. Now slip stitch in the single crochet on top of the first shell. Like in the right image.
UK thumb row 9. repeat row 2 until you make a double crochet in the third shell top. Your work looks like the left image. Now slip stitch in the double crochet on top of the first shell. Like in the right image.
NL duim toer 9. herhaal toer 2 totdat je een vaste maakt bovenin de derde schelp. Je werk ziet er zo uit als op de linker foto. Maak een halve vaste in de vaste bovenin de eerste schelp. Zoals op de rechterfoto te zien is.
ES pulgar vuelta 9. repite la vuelta 2 hasta el punto bajo en lo alto de la tercera concha. Tu labor debe parecerse a la imagen de la izquierda. Ahora haz un punto raso en lo alto de la primera concha. Como en la imagen de la derecha.

thumb fingerless glove row 10-1

US thumb row 10. Turn your work. Make 2 shells and in between them: single crochet in the loop, single crochet in the next loop (without the chain 1 in between). End with slip stitch in single crochet. This is the last row of your thumb.
UK thumb row 10. Turn your work. Make 2 shells and in between them: double crochet in the loop, double crochet in the next loop (without the chain 1 in between). End with slip stitch in double crochet. This is the last row of your thumb.
NL duim toer 10. Keer je werk. Haak 2 schelpen and tussen deze schelpen: vaste in de lus, vaste in de volgende lus (zonder losse ertussen). Eindig met halve vaste in de vaste. Dit is de laatste toer van je duim.
ES pulgar vuelta 10. gira tu labor. Haz 2 conchas y entre ellas: punto bajo en el hueco, punto bajo en el siguiente hueco (sin la cadena en medio). Termina con un punto raso en el primer punto bajo. Esta es la ultima vuelta del pulgar.

US finish row 1. From now on you’ll leave the thumb out in your rows. Like row 2, starting with chain 3, in the next chain 1 loop: half double crochet, chain, half double crochet, etc. End with chain 3, slip stitch in second begin chain of thumb row 9.
UK finish row 1. From now on you’ll leave the thumb out in your rows. Like row 2, starting with chain 3, in the next chain 1 loop: half treble crochet, chain, half treble crochet, etc. End with chain 3, slip stitch in second begin chain of thumb row 9.
NL eind toer 1. Vanaf nu laat je de duim weer buiten je toeren. Net als toer 2, start met 3 lossen, in de volgende lus van 1 losse: half stokje, losse, half stokje etc. Endig met 3 lossen, halve vaste in de tweede beginlosse van duim toer 9.
ES final vuelta 1. a partir de ahora dejaras el pulgar fuera de tus vueltas. Como en la vuelta 2, empieza con 3 cadenas, en la siguiente cadena un hueco: 1 medio punto alto, 1 cadena, 1 medio punto alto, etc. Termina con 3 cadenas y haz 1 punto raso en la segunda cadena de la última vuelta del pulgar.

thumb fingerless glove row finish 2

US finish row 2. Repeat row 3. After the first half shell: single crochet in the thumb, like in the left image. Continue with the second shell and finish the row.
UK finish row 2. Repeat row 3. After the first half shell: double crochet in the thumb, like in the left image. Continue with the second shell and finish the row.
NL eind toer 2. Herhaal toer 3. Na de eerste halve schelp: vaste in het gat van de duim, zoals op de foto links. Ga verder met de tweede schelp en maak de toer af.
ES final vuelta 2. continúa con la segunda concha y termina la vuelta.

thumb fingerless glove row finish 3

US finish row 3. Repeat row 4. After the first chain 3: half double crochet around  the chain 3 loop of finish row 1, chain 1, half double crochet around the next chain 3 of finish row 1. See the left image for details. Finish row.
UK finish row 3. Repeat row 4. After the first chain 3: half treble crochet around  the chain 3 loop of finish row 1, chain 1, half treble crochet around the next chain 3 of finish row 1. See the left image for details. Finish row.
NL eind toer 3. Herhaal toer 4. Na de eerste 3 lossen: half stokje om de lus van 3 lossen van eind toer 1, 1 losse, half stokje om de volgende 3 lossen van eind toer 1. Zie de linkerfoto voor detail. Maak de toer af.
ES final vuelta 3. repite la vuelta 4. Después de las primeras 3 cadenas: 1 medio punto alto sobre la tercera cadena del hueco de la vuelta 1, 1 cadena, 1 medio punto alto, 3 cadenas del final de la vuelta 1. Mira la imagen de la izquierda para ver los detalles.

thumb fingerless glove row finish 4-5

US finish row 4. repeat row 5.
UK finish row 4. repeat row 5.
NL eind toer 4. herhaal toer 5.
ES final vuela 4. repite la vuelta 5.

US finish row 5. repeat row 2.
UK finish row 5. repeat row 2.
NL eind toer 5. herhaal toer 2.
ES final vuelta 5. repite la vuelta 2.

thumb fingerless glove row finish 6

US finish row 6. repeat row 3, leaving out the chain stitch in between the single crochet stitches.
UK finish row 6. repeat row 3, leaving out the chain stitch in between the double crochet stitches.
NL eind toer 6. herhaal toer 3, terwijl je de losse tussen de vasten weglaat.
ES final vuelta 6. repite la vuelta 3, dejando fuera el punto cadena entre los puntos bajos.

US + UK finish. Weave in ends, wear your gloves and make yourself your favourite cup of coffee or tea, sit back and relax. You deserve it!
NL einde. Werk de draad einden weg, trek de handschoenen aan, maak je favoriete kopje koffie of thee. Ga er lekker voor zitten en geniet. Je hebt het verdient!
ES final. cuando termines, ponte tus mitones, y hazte una taza de tu café o té preferido, siéntate y relájate. ¡Te lo mereces!

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Image credits for the styled shots go to my father in law. Thanks so much Henk xx.

153 comments

153 comments on “Fingerless Gloves”

  1. Gwen Kirk says:

    I am working on some fingerless gloves for Christmas gifts. So far I have found only 2 or 3 patterns that I like and that are actually written correctly. These gloves are beautiful and I just want to thank you for this pattern and especially for the picture guides.
    I am currently thinking of using some of my boot cuff patterns which I like to make and give away. I got all of them off Ravelry.com. I’m going to modify the size to fit the arm/wrists and since they are really cute patterns I am hoping they will turn out to be really cute wrist warmers.
    Again, I thank you and admire those of you who can develop new patterns.
    Gwen

  2. Patricia says:

    I am a little confused for the repeat rows. For the thumb it says for row 4 to repeat row 5 but then row 5 says to repeat row 2. Am I repeating the rows from the main part of the glove or should I be repeating the rows for the thumb? Also, for the finish, it says for row 6 to repeat row 3 but leave out the slip stitches in between the sc stitches. When I look at row 3 it does not say anything about slip stitches. These look beautiful but I find the pattern confusing. Can you help me? Thanks

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Patricia, I am sorry the pattern confuses you. The repeat works exactly as written. So when it says ‘repeat row 2′ you repeat Row 2, and not Thumb Row 2. Finish row 6 should say ‘leave out the chain stitches in between the sc stitches’, I’ve changed that now. Thanks and enjoy! Maaike

      1. Laura Brown says:

        Thank you for that clarification. I got up to the first thumb row & am COMPLETELY confused. It sounds like it is a description of changes I will make in something I haven’t done yet. But going to tear out & start again from chain 40. NOT giving up.

        1. Gwen says:

          I am also completely lost. I ve struggled past the thumb but all the backwards and forward repeating rows is confusing, and I ve still the other one to make!

  3. Baukje says:

    Hallo maaike,
    Ik ga ze ook maken . Hoeveel wol heb je gebruikt voor dit paar en hoeveel voor de chunky?

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hai Baukje, leuk dat je ze ook gaat maken! Voor beide projecten precies wat er bij staat in de linker kolom: 1 bol voor de blauwe en 1 bol van iedere kleur voor de chunky. Veel plezier! xx

  4. Monika says:

    These are awesome! Love the color, and the design.

  5. mama spins says:

    Thanks for sharing your crochet talent! I’m going to try this pattern for the upcoming cold weather:) Thanks again!

  6. Naoko says:

    Hi, Maaike! I’ve just finished one hand of this glove. It’s beautiful and fits my hand and arm nicely! Your pattern is perfect specially the thumb part! I’m sure that I will make some more pair for gift.
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful pattern. I’m really enjoying it! And looking forward to your future post!

  7. Debby says:

    can you tell me what size hook to make women small? Thanks thanks

  8. Niki says:

    What weight is the yarn you used for these? They’re beautiful.

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Thank you Niki, it’s a fingering weight. xx

  9. Elfriede says:

    Mooie handschoenen, ben vanavond begonnen, moet wel goed blijven lezen maar ben nu met toer 4 en het gaat prima. Dank voor delen, en als ze af zijn geef ik een seintje! groet!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Wat leuk om te lezen! Ik ben erg benieuwd naar het resultaat, veel haakplezier xx

  10. maria says:

    this is a great pattern. very pretty, can’t wait to try it. thx for sharing your pattern and time.

  11. Anneke says:

    Hallo Maaike, super leuk patroon!! Heb ze al gemaakt voor mijzelf ( met 60 steken opzet..).en dat is super gegaan ze zijn echt mooi!! Nu voor onze oudste dochter aan het haken met de 50 steken opzet!!! Dank voor het patroon, al veel leuke reacties gehad!!

    Groetjes,
    Anneke
    Maar het ‘ wolletje’ is natuurlijk ook fantastisch!!

  12. Alexis says:

    Hi, I am pretty new to crocheting, and I would absolutly love to make these. If there is any way you could upload a video tutorial, that would be amazing! I am having such a hard time with these instructions.

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Alexis, welcome to the wonderful world of crochet. This pattern is of intermediate level, these instructions have proven to be sufficient to make the gloves. There is no video. May be someone close to you can have a look with you?

  13. Agnès CLACK says:

    Hi there,
    I just would like to say that I love your pattern for the fingerless gloves. But I have real problem making them.,
    Would you be able to make a tutorial on YouTube for each new row, in order to help me and others in the future.
    That would be of a great help.
    Thank you very much.
    Agnès

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Agnès, thank you for your lovely words about my pattern. The pattern is ‘as is’, there is no video. May be someone close to you can have a look with you?

  14. Katya Van Autgaerden says:

    Hoi,

    Hele mooie handschoenen :). Heb je toevallig ook een telpatroon? Dat kan ik eigenlijk makkelijker lezen. Bedankt.

    Groetjes!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hai Katya, bedankt voor het compliment. Het patroon is zoals je het hier kunt lezen en zien. Veel plezier! groet, Maaike

  15. Louise says:

    This is the first pair of gloves I’ve made and while I struggled with your pattern on account of being new to crochet, the result is amazing. So thank you for such a beautiful design!!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      How brave of you to start crocheting this intermediate pattern right away! Bravo on making it work, it seems like you’re a natural :) Enjoy, xx

      1. Louise says:

        Hello again! I am working on my third pair, this time with alternating colour rows. I was asked to make a pair for someone who was willing to pay but I have them away as a gift as I don’t know what your permissions about setting products were. For future reference, what are your views on that? Thanks so much!! :-)

  16. Maud Breen says:

    Dag Maaike,
    Ik heb 2 handschoenen gehaakt. Niet altijd even makkelijk. Nu wil ik er een das bij haken in hetzelfde patroon. Heb je dat ook, of waar zou ik dat kunnen vinden.
    Alvast bedankt,
    Maud

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hai Maud, Wat leuk dat je enthousiast met het patroon aan de slag gegaan bent. In mijn boek Puur Haken staat een patroon voor een driehoeksjaal wat een ander, maar vergelijkbaar waaier-patroon heeft. Veel haakplezier! groet, Maaike

  17. Elin M says:

    These gloves look beautiful! What size on the hook did you use for the gloves on the picture?

    Greetings from Finland

    1. Elin M says:

      Oops! Saw the hook size now! I missed it earlier! Thanks for this beautiful pattern!

      1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

        You’re welcome, enjoy! xx

  18. Andrea says:

    Heel erg bedankt voor dit patroon! Ik heb net mijn eerste paar handschoenen af, en ben er helemaal blij mee. Op mijn blog kan je ook een paar fotos zien.
    Een klein vraagje: is het bij duim toer 5 niet de eerste schelp waar ik een combinatie van half stokje, losse, half stokje inzet?

    Groetjes,
    Andrea

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hai Andrea, wat leuk om te lezen, veel plezier met je handschoenen! Ik zal even op je blog kijken. Wat betreft je vraag, ik zou het even na moeten haken, maar volgens mij heb je in die toer al een top van een schelp gehad voordat je die nieuwe combinatie maakt? dankjewel ik ga het checken, groet Maaike

  19. Carmen says:

    Dankjewel Maaike voor dit mooie patroon! Heb ze net gemaakt met Invicta en ze zijn prachtig geworden. Kan niet wachten om ze morgen te Instagrammen ;)
    Groetjes, Carmen

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Wat leuk om te lezen Carmen, ik zal ze even opzoeken! xx

  20. Rineke says:

    Hallo Maaike,

    Ik heb in de Ravelry groep ‘fingerles gloves fanatics’ voorgesteld dit patroon te kiezen voor het patroon van de maand januari. En het is gekozen! Gisteren heb ik de losse eindjes weggewerkt van mijn handschoenen en ze zijn klaar! De eerste keer dat ik handschoenen heb gehaakt en dit soort steek heb gebruikt.
    Bedankt voor je mooie patroon, ik ben heel blij met de handschoenen. Misschien ga ik ze ook nog in een andere kleur maken..

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Ik heb het gezien Rineke, dankjewel en wat leuk om te lezen! Heel veel plezier met de handschoenen, het ziet er naar uit dat je ze nog wel even kunt gebruiken met dit weer :). groet, Maaike

  21. Ine says:

    Dag Maaike,
    Ik heb zojuist mijn eerste paar wristies gemaakt a.d.h.v. je leuke patroon. Ze zijn erg leuk geworden, maar helaas voor mijzelf een beetje te strak. Geeft niks, want ik weet wel iemand die ik er heel blij mee ga maken!
    Ik ben het met Andrea eens dat de combinatie ‘half stokje, losse, half stokje’ in rij duim 5, eigenlijk op het eerste schelpboogje gemaakt dient te worden. Ik heb het voor mijzelf wel zo aangepast. Verder een prima uitgeschreven patroon, waar je wel bij moet blijven opletten.
    Dank je wel!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Dankjewel voor je uitgebreide feedback Ine, ik ga goed opletten bij duim rij 5 als ik een nieuw setje maak en eventueel aanpassingen maken. Maak je nog wel een nieuwe set voor jezelf met dikker garen? Veel plezier met geven van het eerste setje! xx

  22. These gloves look so pretty. I live in Tilburg and am wondering if you give workshops

  23. Actually, I was wondering if you will ever publish an English version of your book?

  24. Nina S says:

    I just finished making the first glove of this pattern. Instructions are hard but the project is well worth it once you finish. I did however find that the fit is a little sloppy around the inset for the thumb. I am going to try making sure my stitched are not loose in that area and hope that helps. Thanks for being talented enough to create this pattern for us to use.

  25. Sanaa says:

    I just started your pattern and I already have a question! In the first row, you say “*in the first chain: single crochet. Chain 1, skip one, 1 single crochet in the next. skip 3 stitches. In the next stitch make 3 double crochet, 1 chain, 3 double crochet. skip 3 stitches*”, I just want to clarify, those last 3 double crochets are in the same stitch as the first 3? So 3 double crochet in 1 stitch, chain 1, then 3 more double crochet in that same stitch? Or is it in the next sticth?

    Thanks for the pattern! It’s absolutely gorgeous and I want to make sure it comes out perfect!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      yes, that’s correct. For your reference, take a look at the pictures and you’ll recognize the stitches. Enjoy!

  26. Shannon says:

    Greetings,
    I am bound and determined to make these beautiful gloves. I am stuck in row two. I put in caps where I am stuck. in the chain 1 loop of row 1: 1 single crochet, chain 3, 1 HALF DOUBLE CROCHET. *chain 3, 1 single crochet in the chain gap on top. Where does the 1 half double crochet go?
    Thank you for your time and help.
    Shannon

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Shannon, thank you for your enthusiastic comment about my pattern. Regarding your question, the text behind ‘in the chain 1 loop of row 1:…’ is all supposed to be worked into the chain 1 loop of row 1. So that’s where the half double crochet goes too. I hope this helps! Happy crocheting, Maaike

  27. Joshlyn says:

    First let me say that I am in love with this design!

    Second – when it says to work 1 sc before, ch 1, 1 sc after….is that supposed to be sc in the space made by the ch
    3, ch 1 over the sc, then sc over the ch3 space again?

    Third – I am so confused on the thumb rows. I understand the *row repeats* but things just do t add up. And when I got to the finishing row 1 I felt like I was in a foreign country without a map.

    I cant tell anything by the pictures, so they weren’t helpful to me.

    Please help me!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      First – thank you!
      Second – yes
      Third – I am very sorry the pictures are not helpful to you. Could you be more specific about where you go wrong with the thumb?

  28. Joshlyn says:

    So i frogged my work and started over. after.playing with a couple of times I managed.to find what works. ^_^

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      alright, perfect! Enjoy your gloves

  29. Samantha says:

    Hello….I have worsted weight (4ply) yarn that I will be using….what size hook do you recommend??? A friend of mine wants a pair of these (two pairs actually one for her and one pair for her mother, both adult size….)
    Thank you so much for you time and help, these are simply beautiful!!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi, how nice of you to make them for your friend! I’d recommend to go with the hook size that’s suggested on the yarn label. If that’s leaving you with a too large glove, go down in hook size a little, if it’s too small go up with your hook size. Happy crocheting! xx Maaike

  30. Inge says:

    Hallo Maaike,

    Bedankt om dit mooie patroon te delen. Ik heb al 1 handschoen gehaakt. Ze past heel mooi! De 2e zal voor volgend weekend zijn.
    Ik wou er ook graag een sjaal bij, dus ik heb je patroon wat aangepast naar een rechte versie :)

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Wat leuk om te lezen, veel plezier ermee en met de bijpassende sjaal! Er staat ook een driehoek sjaal patroon in mijn boek Puur Haken wat er heel goed bij past. xx

  31. Anita says:

    I am sorry to say that the directions are not clear at all. I consider myself Intermediate + crocheter for over 50 years.

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Anita, I am sorry the pattern is not clear to you. If you’re giving me directions as to what is not working for you in the pattern, I might be able to help you.

  32. Lisa says:

    Hi, I have made many pairs of these gloves! I can whip them up with no pattern now and they are gorgeous! I’m interested in making them in a bulky yarn and would like any advice.

  33. Wauneka says:

    I don’t know how times I started on the chain of 50 each time I end up twisting and the join isn’t pretty. Once I by passed and continued to Row 2 it was nice but the first join just didn’t look right. Thanks for the pattern…oh I usually simple crocheting.

  34. Pat says:

    I am looking forward to next weekend to get the yarn and make these.lovely gloves. Thank you for the pattern!

  35. RaeLynn says:

    I love your pattern! All I had was worsted weight (4 ply) but I decided to try it any way… I love the way they turned out! I used a 5.50 hook (What the label recommended. ) since the yarn was thicker and the hook bigger I only had to cast on 30 stitches, I also only had to do 2 additional rounds of steps 2-5. I added little bows at the wrist in a different color so they would match a beanie I had made, they turned out perfect!

  36. Ingrid says:

    Just wanted to say these gloves are beautiful. I’m looking forward to wearing a pair of my own.

  37. Rhonnie Jones says:

    I love these gloves! I am determined to get the pattern figured out. I did okay until the thumb hole. I am going to try it again. I hope I get it worked out. These look like perfect gift giving fingerless gloves! Thank you for sharing your pattern. :)

  38. Carolyn says:

    I’ve found this pattern from Ravelry. Thank you for sharing.. but I have a problem. I can not get past Thumb Row 6. The part about continue straight with 2 more shells.. as shown in the left picture.. but it doesn’t make sense.. and I can’t tell from picture what I’m supposed to do. Maybe if each row in the picture were a different colour yarn, I could decipher.. but alas.. anything to help clear it up?

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Carolyn, when you look at your work after row 5 and then at the left picture, you should see a difference being the new shells. You don’t add the single crochet in between the shells here, but just go straight on with shells. You can see in the picture they are connected to themselves, instead of separated by single crochet stitches.

  39. Jennifer says:

    Blessings to you for your work in designing, crocheting, photographing, and sharing this lovely pattern! ! ~♡~

    Finished a pair for myself before the holiday frenzy of creating for my loved ones begin!

    Thank you!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Oh that’s great to read Jennifer, enjoy and good luck on the holiday frenzy! xx Maaike

      1. LauraB says:

        NO offense – perhaps you have been ill…or family thing, but thr last time you have answered a question on this pattern is in November 2015… There are several unanswered questions in 2016. Can they be answered – and not privately? Because I had some of the same questions…like what is the difference between a scallop & a shell? And what weight IS fingering yarn?? Im just using Yarn Bee Soft Secret, which is basically a sport weight. The label says “4 medium” – which means NOTHING to me because all these new & crazy yarn “measurements” make utterly no sense to me. But it seems to work. Please PLEASE if you could answer the questions from this year, it would be helpful to all of us. Thank you!! :’)

        1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

          Hi Laura, there’s no difference between a scallop and a shell, sport weight should be fine. Enjoy

  40. Amanda says:

    Lovely, but you lost me after row 5. It says to repeat rows 2-5, but where row 5 leaves us, you cannot begin to repeat row 2 as stated. The pattern is confusing, and I am not a novice crocheter. Sorry, but I’ve tried it several times and something is not clear because it just doesn’t work.

    1. Lacey Love says:

      Amanda, I am fairly novice and I made it work. You can too. Take a minute to break it down, it’s a fairly basic alternating rows pattern, (the complication is in the row beginning/endings, which change every row, hence the need to repeat 2 to 5 instead of just 2 and 3). Row 1 is a base row of fans. Row 2 is a row of zig zag, row 3 is more fans, row 4 is zig zag and row 5 is fans again, which fits right back in at row 2 with more zig zag. When I did the first glove, I got to row 6 and couldn’t figure it out at first, but that was because I had accidentally skipped a row earlier.

  41. Erica says:

    What a beautiful pattern! I tried until I could make a good looking pair. The only confusion I have is with row 3. “End with 2 double crochet in first gap”. What is this gap? No matter where I put these last stitches, it looks weird.
    Thanks.

  42. Connie McGee says:

    Love this pattern, I’m trying to make these for my daughter’s for Christmas and I was needing to know if there is a video tutorial on them.

  43. Shelley says:

    Hello, I’m trying to figure out the first thumb row but the pattern does not make sense when you state to make the increase then continue the same as round 2 when beginning the thumb, I’ve been crocheting for several years and it just doesn’t work.

  44. Tal says:

    Ces mitaines sont vraiment très jolies.
    Merci beaucoup pour le tuto, c’est gentil.
    Je vais essayer de m’en faire une paire.

  45. Jane says:

    Thank you for this pattern. You are very talented! I’m starting my third pair to make and they work up quickly. I haven’t had any problems with the pattern. I’ve found if I read it and go stitch by stick rather than trying to read the whole line it works out perfect. There was a couple of times I thought it wasn’t working out right but when I finished the row it worked out just fine. Thanks again!

  46. Audrey says:

    Is her a way to decrease in this pattern? I would like to make the arm longer and therefore start larger and decrease. Please help!

  47. Linnéa says:

    Hello, I love these gloves, so beautiful.
    Unfortunately I have a problem with thumb row 10. It says that I should turn my work. Should i turn my work all the way around and do the new stitches where my last ones are done, or am i supposed to do them at the thumb or between the thumb and the other fingers? I just can’t figure this out by myself.

    1. Diane says:

      Hello Linnéa. Did you get a response on the thumb row 10 problem that you posted. I posted the same question. If you have figured it out, could you help me with this one. I would love to finish my project and I just don’t understand the instruction for this row. Thank you

  48. Glynnis says:

    Hello I was wondering if I just wanted to make this a hand glove if you could help me figure out how to do that. so just not making the part that goes on the wrist. thanks a lot.

  49. Glynnis says:

    Hello,
    I would really like to make this into just hand gloves (my wrists are much bigger than my hands but my hands freeze and this is a pretty pattern) I was wondering how I would do that? I figured just cutting out a few rows but I dont know how many. Please help. Thanks a lot.

  50. Barbara says:

    Hi Maaike, lovely pattern. I started with chain 40, could you advise me on how to adjust the thumb measurements? They seem to go wrong in Thumb row 3. Also, what is the difference between ‘shell’ and ‘scallop’ in the instructions? Thank you.

  51. Julia says:

    Thank you for the instructions! It’s detailed enough so it’s easy to follow also as a beginner. I’m making a pair for present, just finished the first glove and it turned out beautiful. I used 3,5mm hook and started with 40 chains, did rest of the glove like instructed except for this part:
    “US thumb row 5. repeat row 2 and make a combination of half double crochet, chain 1, half double crochet in top of the second shell as shown in the picture above.”
    I did the half-double-crochet combination in top of the first shell because it just seemed right, I don’t know whether it was because the different starting chain count..
    One note though, I wouldn’t mind if the instructions were written out so that you wouldn’t have to browse up and down to find the right row, it kinda gives me headache :D
    Anyway, thank you again, I’ll get back to my second glove! ^_^

    1. LauraB says:

      I had the same problem. I copy & pasted the US/UK pattern rows into my Word program and printed them out. All came out on 1 page, instead of the TINY PRINT, 3-4 languages taking I think 7-8 pages!!! BIG DIFFERENCE!

  52. Maureen Mizener says:

    First of all, this pattern is amazing! Secondly, I’m stuck here: –I’ve put brackets around the specific part–

    US thumb row 2: [In the chain 1 loop]: single crochet, chain 3, 3 double crochet. Chain 1. Make a second shell in the next chain 1 loop. Continue with a repeat of what’s in between * and * in row 3. End with 2 double crochet, close with a slip stitch in the second begin chain.

    But based on your instructions from row 1, there is no ch 1 loop, there’s only a ch 3 loop… so where exactly does the first sc for row 2 go?

    I hope this question makes sense, it was a little hard to word.

    1. Riane says:

      Hi Maureen,

      hopefully you already figured this out! But if not….you’re making 2 brand new shells here. The first thumb row set you up for it. So now you just have to look at this beginning section of thumb row 1, and visualize where your 2 new shells belong.

      I got stuck on this part for a bit too. I used an old ball of yarn and made a “practice piece” so I could try to replicate this section of the pattern before I actually did this row on the first glove.

      I can’t remember if the “chain 1″ portion is correct or not, but it makes sense once you play around with it. Use the photos!

      Cheers and good luck!!

  53. LauraLee says:

    I see your response for yarn weight is “fingerling”. I’m in Wyoming USA. Fingerling is a very young fish to us…. So does ‘fingerling’ mean 3-ply (sport weight)? The hook LOOKS like it’s pretty much a cotton crochet doily weight. Thank you!! I am excited to crank out several pair of these for my friends here where it gets so cold & ladies often need the extra warmth in the house. THESE ARE BEAUTIFUL!!!

    1. Riane says:

      Fingerling = fingering. Superfine or #1. Hope that helps!

      Love from Oregon :)

  54. Brenda Carter says:

    These are so lovely. Can’t wait to try them. I think these are the prettiest ones I have ever seen. thank you.

  55. kelly says:

    so pretty! is there any video tutorials? just curious :)

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Thank you Kelly! There’s no video

  56. Riane says:

    Beautiful gloves! I found amazing yarn to make them with and I’m so excited :) Your directions and the photos are so clear and helpful, thank you for taking the time to put them together (and in so many languages too!). Your work is breathtaking :)

    Thanks again! I will be so happy when I gift these gloves to my sister!

  57. Dorota says:

    Thanks Maaike for this amazing pattern! The pictures were super helpful when I got lost :)

  58. Marubi says:

    What a gorgeous pattern! I made a couple of fingerless gloves pairs before and gave them away because I didn’t like them enough :P but these ones I am definitely keeping for myself! :) And probably making more as gifts haha. I am not a complete beginner anymore, but not much better than that and I find this quite smooth to follow. Really lovely, thank you!

  59. Agnieszka says:

    Hello.
    Czy mozna prosic o szkic – niedokladnie tlumaczy tlanslator co i jak.
    Dziekuje

  60. husbana says:

    hello Maaike,
    i am simply in love with your pattern! its just beautiful and gorgeous! was wondering since long to make the one same as yours and today is the day…My wait is over now, i just completed one Glove and its looking absolutely gorgeous! :) Thank YOU so so so very much for sharing this lovely, beautiful and amazing pattern! it is really easy to understand/follow!
    love & hugs!

  61. Diane says:

    Hello I am in the process of making the first glove and I am stuck on Thumb row 10. It say to turn your work. Make 2 shells (where?)and in between them: single crochet in the loop etc. I really do not understand what is meant by the instruction for this row and I have been crocheting for 50 years. These are lovely gloves and I would really like to finish them. Would you be able to clarify this for me? I love your patterns. Thank you

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Diana, turn your work is to not continue in the round, but just go up on the thumb part. Make 2 shells like you did the entire pattern, and in between them you make a sc around the loop of the previous row.

  62. Carol says:

    I live in New Zealand what ply is the wool that you use?

    1. Riane says:

      Hi Carol,

      This pattern is using a fingering wool, super fine or #1.

      Riane

  63. Ashleigh says:

    In thumb row 2, it says crochet 3dc ch 1 and in the next loop do another shell. Is the shell 3 dc ch 1 3 dc or is it just 3 dc? I’m absolutely loving this pattern!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Ashleigh, a shell is indeed 3dc ch1 3dc. Enjoy!

  64. KathySonne says:

    Thanks a lot for the lovely pattern and the great tutorial. The first glove is already done …. guess I will be a little faster with the second one ;-)

  65. Liisa says:

    Hi! I just love this pattern, I’ve been making these for almost everyone I know :D I would like to know if I could use this pattern for making a few of these for a charity auction? All the profit from the auction will go to charity fighting against breast cancer. Thanks in advance!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Liisa, thank you for approaching me for this; making these for a good cause sounds perfect to me. Enjoy!

  66. Regina says:

    I just finished the first one from the gloves. I love them! Thank you so much for your pattern, thank you, that you shared with us :)
    So glad I can crochet them for my friends for Christmas present <3

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      You’re very welcome Regina, enjoy!

  67. Becky says:

    Hi I am looking to do this pattern in a leg warmers. How would I do this. I am somewhat new to crocheting. Thanks. Becky

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Becky, just add more shells to the base row and leave out the thumb part and you’ll be making a leg warmer! Chunkier yarn may do the trick already, without adding stitches. Enjoy!

  68. Deed says:

    Is there any way to print in English only? thank you

    I would like very much to make them.

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Deed, unfortunately not

  69. Jacquelyn says:

    Your Finish Row 3 when enlarged comes up as Finish Row 6. I am so looking forward to making these for Christmas for my Grandbaby.. (She is 15) They are beautiful.

  70. Kathy Kerns says:

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern! I just found it and I plan to make a couple of pairs for Christmas gifts. I can’t wait to get started.

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Fun, thank you!

  71. Ranya says:

    Kindly from finish row 1 I couldn’t figure it out. Specially’. Like row 2, starting with chain 3, in the next chain 1 loop: half double crochet, chain, half double crochet, etc. End with chain 3, slip stitch in second begin chain of thumb row 9′
    I tried to look at the pic but in vain.

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Ranya, in thumb row 9 you’re making a similar row like you did before the thumb part; that’s why it says ‘like row 2′. I hope this makes sense?

  72. Nikolien says:

    Hallo Maaike,
    Wat een superleuk patroon! Kun jij me helpen bij de start van de derde toer? De tweede toer heb ik gesloten met een halve vaste en de eerstvolgende opening tussen twee halve stokjes is heel ver weg. Dan sla ik een hele schelp over. Ik weet niet waar ik moet beginnen met die paar steken vóór de *.

    Gr Nikolien

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hai Nikolien, kijk goed naar de plaatjes en dan zou het goed moeten komen. Zit jouw haaknaald op dezelfde plek aan het eind van toer 2? Schelpen overslaan lijkt me niet de bedoeling.

  73. Samantha says:

    Hello! Fabulous pattern, thanks for sharing! I hope to not have any issues when I get started on a pair. When you say one ball of yarn how many grams is it? Thanks for your help!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Samantha, thank you for your kind words, it’s 50 grams per ball.

  74. Kate says:

    When I try to print your pattern, it is 26 pages long! Is it available in a printable pdf version in only one language per pdf? Thank you!

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Sorry Kate, there is no separate file available per language.

  75. Dani says:

    Hi I’m having an issue with the U.S. thumb row 2… When it says ‘Make a second shell in the next chain 1 loop’ – does that mean that I skip the sc before and after the sc from the previous row… or do i make two shells together in that stitch after the sc before and after….
    Thank you so much :D
    P.S. love this pattern

  76. Riane says:

    So much fun to make, Maaike! I just finished one glove. I am about to start the other. I’m pretty new to crochet and I was worried this pattern would be too hard….but it’s actually pretty simple and I love it!!! Can’t wait to give them to my mom! <3

    I was curious…. At the beginning of Row 5, US version, why do I have to chain 2 ? Could I instead just single crochet 1 in the top, then begin making the shell in the gap (dc 3, ch 1, dc 3)?

    Thanks, for the pattern and the pictures and the easy – to – read instructions. You're the best!!!

    Cheers,
    Riane

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Riane, thank you for your kind words and comments on the other questions; it’s been a couple years since I made these so it’s really helpful. About your questions; of course you are welcome to adapt the pattern to whatever works best for you and makes most sense. Just keep in mind the pattern may relate to the stitches you’ve skipped/changed in the next row. Happy crocheting! Thanks again, Maaike

  77. Veronica says:

    First af all, I’d like to thank you for this gorgeous pattern!
    This is my first pair of gloves, so it’s why I’ve got some problems. Also, I’m not a native English speaker and some things are slightly problematic. I’m stuck on row 2. In thew end you write: ‘End with chain 3, join with slip stitch in the second begin chain.’ Where is this ‘second begin chain’? I don’t know if I made some mistakes or I just can’t see this “begin”.

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Veronica, the ‘beginchain’ are the chain stitches you made at the beginning of the row. Does that make sense?

  78. paula says:

    Bedankt dat je dit duidelijke patroon met ons wilde delen. H

  79. I LOVE CROCHET says:

    Thank you , I got it

  80. Helen says:

    Thank you for this pattern, I’ve just blogged mine here: http://creativechaosart.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/crochet-fingerless-gloves.html
    Helen x

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Beautiful Helen, Thank you for sharing! Love that colour. xx

  81. Pauline says:

    I would just like to say Thank you for a Beautiful pattern & for giving it freely. I just finished making a pair for myself, which is unusual. I am always making things for everyone else I decided to make something for me. Thank you again and much Love & Blessings to you. <3 <3 <3 <3

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      That’s so sweet of you, thank you!

  82. Leslie says:

    It took me a while to work through the first glove but I’m now moving quickly through the second. This is my first ‘fine’ project and I’m very excited to be able to make something so pretty. I’m encouraged now to try other lacy works – thanks so very much for sharing this. It really helped my crochet growth!

  83. Anonymous says:

    This pattern starts out nice but then it is as if the author got tired of writing it all down and just refers us to the pictures which really don’t help you understand what to do and then the constant scrolling back and forth when you are on the thumb is just a real aggravation and an easy way to get lost. Also the UK version being right under the US version is a real easy way to get lost too. Just some suggestions….write out the pattern completely and don’t put the US and UK versions together.

  84. Jessica Kris says:

    I’m stuck on thumb row 6, what do you mean when you say continue straight?

    Sorry I can’t enlarge the picture well enough to see what exactly is meant by “like the picture”. Continue in the previous way or the repeated row way or some combination?

    Thanks

  85. Love this pattern. I have looked and looked for your recommended hook size and can not seem to find it. Maybe also the gauge to try and nail. I have been looking for just the right pattern, and this is it. Thanks ever so much for sharing.

  86. Jill says:

    Is it okay with you if I make this and sell it?

    1. Maaike (creJJtion) says:

      Hi Jill, thank you very much for asking. If you mention me and my website as the designer of the items, and you make and sell on a small scale (like 10 items) it will be fine.

  87. Jill says:

    Thank you so much! I really appreciate your reply.

  88. Carol D says:

    I’ve been wanting to try making a pair of these for some time….and this pattern is SO PRETTY! I think it’s time to stop thinking about it and just do it!
    And want to thank you so much for sharing this lovely pattern with us! Not only have you given us another Free pattern, but have it in THREE languages! That is just amazing! THANK YOU SO MUCH! Just wanted to let you inow that it si appreciated! and – of course – I will share this pattern link with anyone interested…let them know of this wonderful designer who shared so freely with all of us out here in the crochet world! thank you thank you, THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

  89. Sarah says:

    Thank you so so mucj for this amazing pattern! ☺☺☺

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