Sunday, 24 January 2016

Children Fingerless Gloves


Today I made the gloves for my own children, one for boy and other for girl. In these days I am busy to making pull over sweater for my daughter, but my son always told about the gloves to making. So I starting work in the gloves, First time I made this boys gloves.I choose a color that was favorite color of my son. I made the gloves is very simple style not a full fingers, but I made it into a finger-less, it’s easy to wear, the uses of that gloves very easy, like man in the office work, women in daily home work, like children for playing/ writing etc. it’s warm to your hands in the cold and you will not face any difficulty during the daily rotten.


I am telling you about the pattern that I do not add a new stitch in this gloves, I made both set of gloves with a single crochet work because it is a very thick work. I think the single crochet and half double crochet work for the best work for the gloves and hats. the skin color yarn I used for my son gloves, first  I made the cuff part, then I sew it with a slip stitch, and then start the palm, the second pair of gloves I made for my daughter and I used a green color for the gloves and pink for the leaves, in this gloves I made the foundation double crochet chain and then work the front post work , when I finish the proper size, and then start work into the wrong side of the cuff because it is the style of the pattern. You can also adjust flower and other things for more  pretty of the pattern.
When you see the pattern, I think you like and follow both of them; it’s easy to make and easy to understand.



Item to be need:
worsted yarn 4ply
Crochet needle

Hook size. 3mm / US D 3.25mm

US Terms
ABBREVIATIONS:
c.         crochet
ch.       Chain
sc         single crochet
hdc      half double crochet
dc.       double crochet
sts.       Stitches
st.        stitch
slst.      Slip stitch
sks.      Skip stitch
fp.        front post
inc.       increase




BOY GLOVES PATTERN:
size: 10 years medium


MAKE A CUFF:
ROW 1:        to start the cuff ch13, 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook, 1sc into the next 11 sts, turn. (12sc)
ROW2:        (ch1 as count) 1sc in each st across, turn. (12 sc)
ROW3-26:   repeat (row 2). (12 sc)

Note:    into the wrong side closed the wrist band, work slst into each st to join the two parts together, don’t finish it, and start work into the right side of the band. ch1, and begin work along the row to end, work 26 sc evenly around the band, slst to join the 1st ch. (26 sc)

PALM:
ROW 1:      ch1, 1sc in each st around, join to the first st, (26sc)

In this round we start the increasing for the thumb.(ch1 is not count)

ROW2:     ch1, 1sc into the 12sts, (inc 2sc into the next 2 sts) 1sc into the last remaining 12 sts,
                 slst to join.
ROW 3:    ch1, 1sc into the 12 sts, for the thumb (inc 2sc into the next st, 1sc into 2 sts, inc 2sc
                 into next st), 1sc into the last remaining 12sts, slst to join.
ROW4:     ch1, 1sc into the 12sts, for the thumb (inc 2sc into the next st, 1sc into 4 sts, inc 2sc
                 into next st), 1sc into the last remaining 12sts, slst to join.
ROW 5:    ch1, 1sc into the 12sts, for the thumb (inc 2sc into the next st, 1sc into 6 sts, inc 2sc
                 into next st), 1sc into the last remaining 12sts, slst to join.
ROW 6:    ch1, 1sc into the 12sts, for the thumb (inc 2sc into the next st, 1sc into 8 sts, inc 2sc
                 into next st), 1sc into the last remaining 12sts, slst to join.
THUMB:
ROW1:         ch1, 1sc into 23 sts, count back 10 sc, slst to join your last sc to this sc,  ch1, turn.
ROW2-3:     1 sc in each st around, slst to join. (10 sc) fasten off.

PALM:
ROW 1:     with the palm of mitten facing you, join the yarn at the base of the thumb,
                  ch1, 1sc into the remaining 13 sts, slst to join.
ROW 2:     ch1, 1sc into the 13 sts, 2 sc into the base of the thumb, 1sc into the next 13 sts,
                  slst to join. (28 sc)
ROW3:      ch1, 1sc into the 12 sts (2sc tog, 2 times) 1sc into the remaining 12  sts,
                  slst to join. (26 sc)
ROW4-5:   ch1, 1sc in each st aroun, slst to join. (26 sc)
INDEX FINGER:
ROW1:      ch1, 1sc into 17 sts, ch2, beginning at the last sc you just made, count back
                  8 sc,  1sc to join, ch1.
ROW 2:     ch1, 1sc into 8 sts, 1sc into the ch 2, slst to join. (10 sc)
ROW3:      ch1, 1sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (10 sc)
MIDDLE FINGER:
ROW1:       with palm of mitten facing, join yarn into front side at the base of index finger, ch1, 1sc into
                   3sts, ch2, 1sc into the back side of the mitten to join, 1sc into 2sts, 2sc into the base of the
                   index finger, slst to join, ch1 turn. (10sc)
ROW 2:      ch1, 1sc into 6 sts, 1sc into the 2 ch, 2 sc into base 2 sc, slst to join. (10 sc)
ROW3:       ch1, 1sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (10 sc)
RING FINGER:
ROW1:       with palm of mitten facing, join yarn into front side at the base of middle finger, ch1,
                   1sc into 3sts, ch2, 1sc into the back side of the mitten to join, 1sc into 2sts, 2sc into
                   the base of the middle finger, slst to join, ch1 turn. (10 sc)
ROW 2:      ch1, 1sc into 6 sts, 1sc into the 2 ch, 2 sc into base 2 sc, slst to join. (10 sc)
ROW3:       ch1, 1sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (10 sc)
LITTLE FINGER:
ROW 1:      With palm of mitten facing, join yarn into front side at the base of ring finger,
                   ch1, make 1 sc, 1sc into next 5 sts, 2 sc into the base of the ring finger,
                   slst to join, ch1 turn. (8 sc)
ROW 2:     ch1, 1sc in each st around, slst to join. (8 sc)
ROW 3:     ch1, 1sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (8 sc)
Note:    follow the 2nd mitten to the same pattern.

GIRL PATTERN:
size: small 2 or 3 years child



MAKE A CUFF:
ROW1:       make a foundation dc ch, join to the first dc st. (22 sts)
ROW2-6:    fp dc in each dc around, join to the first dc st. (22 sts)

Into the wrong side of the cuff we are starting the work. (ch1 is not count)



ROW 7-10:      ch1, 1 sc in each st around, join to the first st, (22 sc)

In this round we start the increasing for the thumb.


ROW11:     ch1, 1sc into the 10 sts, (inc 2 sc into the next 2 sts) 1 sc into the last remaining 10
                   sts, slst to join.
ROW 12:    ch1, 1 sc into the 10 sts, for the thumb (inc 2 sc into the next st, 1 sc into 2 sts,
                   inc 2 sc into next st), 1 sc into the last remaining 10 sts, slst to join.
ROW 13:   ch1, 1 sc into the 10 sts, for the thumb (inc 2 sc into the next st, 1 sc into 4 sts,
                  inc 2 sc into next st), 1sc into the last remaining 10 sts, slst to join.
ROW 14:   ch1, 1 sc into the 10 sts, for the thumb (inc 2 sc into the next st, 1 sc into 6 sts,
                  inc 2 sc into next st), 1 sc into the last remaining 10sts, slst to join.
ROW 15:   ch1, 1 sc into the 10 sts, (skip the thumb 10 sts) 1sc into the last remaining 10 sts,
                  slst to join. 


MAKE A THUMB:
ROW 1-3:   ch1, 1 sc in each st around, slst to join.(10 sts)
MAKE A PALM:
ROW 1:       ch1, 1 sc into 10 sts, 1 sc into the base of the thumb 2 sts, 1 sc into the last
                     Remaining 10 sts, slst to join. (20 sc)
ROW 2-6:    ch1, 1 sc in each st around, slst to join. (22 sts)
INDEX FINGER:
ROW1:       ch1, 1 sc into 14 sts, ch2, count back 6 sc, 1sc to join, ch1 turn.(8 sc)
ROW 2:      ch1, 1 sc into 6 sts, 1sc into the ch 2, slst to join. (8 sc)
ROW3-4:    ch1, 1 sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (8 sc)
MIDDLE FINGER:
ROW1:       with palm of mitten facing, join yarn into front side at the base of index finger,
                   ch1, 1 sc into 3sts, ch1, 1 sc into the back side of the mitten to join, 1 sc into
                   2 sts, 1sc into the base of the index finger, sl st to Join, ch1 turn. (8 sc)
ROW 2:      ch1, 1 sc into 6 sts, 1 sc into ch, 1sc into base sc, slst to join. (8 sc)
ROW3-4:    ch1, 1 sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (8 sc)

RING FINGER:
ROW1:     with palm of mitten facing, join yarn into front side at the base of middle finger,
                   ch1, 1 sc into 3 sts, ch1, 1 sc into the back side of the mitten to join, 1sc into
                   2 sts, 1sc into the base of the middle finger, slst to join, ch1 turn. (8 sc)
ROW 2:     ch1, 1 sc into 6 sts, 1 sc into ch, 1 sc into base sc, slst to join. (8 sc)
ROW3-4:   ch1, 1 sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (8 sc)
LITTLE FINGER:
ROW 1:      With palm of mitten facing, join yarn into front side at the base of ring finger,
                    ch1, 1 sc into front side 2 sts, 1 sc into the back side 2 sts, 2 sc into the base
                    of the ring finger, slst to join, ch1 turn. (6 sc)
 ROW 2:     ch1, 1sc into 6 sts, slst to join. (6 sc)
ROW3-4:   ch1, 1sc in each st around, slst to join, fasten off. (6 sc)


Make the leaves:


Row1:     ch 10, (1sc, 1hdc, 1dc, 1trb, 1dtr, 1trb, 1dc, 1hdc, 1sc) into the ch.
Row2:     at the last sc of row 1, make again, ch10, (1sc, 1hdc, 1dc, 1trb, 1dtr, 1trb, 1dc,
                1hdc, 1sc) into the ch, slst at the end. Leave the long tail of yarn, and then cut it.

Finishing:    with the yarn needle, sew the leaves on the center of the palm into the both mittens.

Note:    follow the 2nd mitten to the same pattern.



2 comments:

  1. Thank you I am looking forward to trying to make these for my grandchildren

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