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Granny Square Stripes Fingerless Gloves

So, with so many projects to weave in and even to complete and literally millions of presents to wrap, how exactly did I spend my weekend? Having lots of fun with Big J. and Little A. and coming up with a new crochet pattern. I'm really not good with chores, tasks and obligations. And, amidst all the presents, baby clothes and last-minute-oh-so-urgent knitted/crochet items, I've realized than, this year, I still hadn't done anything for myself. And, because I think that every crochet artist is secretly or quite openly obsessed with granny squares (as I am), I've decided to create these Granny Square Stripes Fingerless Gloves. Hope you enjoy them.
Portanto, com tanto projectos para rematar e mesmo para terminar e, literalmente, milhões de presentes para embrulhar, como é que eu decido passar o fim-de-semana? A divertir-me com o Big. J e a Little A. e a "inventar" um novo modelo de crochet. Não sou nada boa a cumprir com tarefas e obrigações. E, por entre todos os presentes, roupas para bebé e peças de tricot/crochet em-cima-do-joelho-ai-tão-urgentes, cheguei à conclusão que, este ano, ainda não tinha feito nada para mim. E, porque acho que todos os crocheteiros são, secretamente ou francamente, obcecados por granny squares (como eu), decido criar estas Luvas sem Dedos Riscas de Granny Squares. Espero que gostem.

Materials:

  • 50 gr of worsted weight yarn, in Main Colour (MC);
  • Small amount of yarn in three complementary colours (CC1, CC2 and CC3);
  • 4.5mm hook.

Instructions (x 2):

Cuff:
  • With MC, chain 32, join to form a circle, being careful not to twist the chain.
  • Rows 1-2: Chain 2, hdc in each chain across, slip stitch to the chain 2 in the beginning to join;
  • Rows 3: Chain 2, hdc2tog, hdc in the next 13 hdc, hdc2tog, hdc in the next 14 hdc (30 st);
  • Rows 4-5: Chain 2, hdc around;
  • Row 6: Chain 2, hdc2tog, hdc in the next 12 hdc, hdc2tog, hdc in the next 13 hdc (28 st);
  • Rows 7-8: Chain 2, hdc around. Break off yarn.
Hand:
  • Row 9: Attach Complementary Colour 1 in any st of the previous row, chain 3, 3 dc in the same stitch, chain 1, *skip 3, 4 dc in the next stitch, chain 1*, repeat from * to * until final 4-dc cluster, slip stitch to join with starting chain 3. Break off yarn.
  • Row 10: Attach CC 2 in any chain-1 space of the previous row, chain 3, 3 dc in the chain-1 space, chain 1, *skip 4 dc, 4 dc in the chain-1 space, chain 1*, repeat from * to * until final 4-dc cluster, slip stitch to join with starting chain 3. Break off yarn.
  • Row 11: Attach CC 3 in any chain-1 space of the previous row, chain 3, 3 dc in the chain-1 space, chain 1, *skip 4 dc, 4 dc in the chain-1 space, chain 1*, repeat from * to * until final 4-dc cluster, slip stitch to join with starting chain 3. Break off yarn.
  • Row 12: repeat Row 9:
  • Row 13: repeat Row 10;
  • Row 14: repeat Row 11.
  • Row 15 (for shaping of thumb): Attach CC1, chain 3, 3 dc in the next chain-1 space, chain 1, skip next 2 4dc clusters, 4 dc in the second chain-1 space from hook,*skip 4 dc, 4 dc in the chain-1 space, chain 1*, repeat from * to * until final 4-dc cluster, slip stitch to join with starting chain 3. Break off yarn.
  • Row 16: repeat Row 10;
  • Row 17: repeat Row 11;
  • Row 18 (optional): chain 1, sc in same st, sc in every st of the previous row, sl st to join. Weave in all ends.   
 


(A tradução em português do padrão será publicada muito em breve)


 

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You have permission to sell any finished item you make using this copyrighted pattern. However, you may not reproduce, sell, adapt, modify, communicate to the public, reproduce or otherwise use any part of this pattern, because that would be super uncool! Any other questions or doubts, please let me know @ theanarchistknitter@gmail.com!

Comments

  1. Very pretty & looks fairly quick & easy...thanks for sharing :-)

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  2. Thank you, Mary! If you need any help, please let me know! :)

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  3. Ok, so I am also a huge fan of granny squares. I'm going to start these tonight! Very pretty, thank you so much :)

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