Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Snow White Fingerless Gloves Tutorial

Hey there i'm back with my new crocheting project: A snow white fingerless gloves.



MATERIALS REQUIRED:


Worst weighted yarn.[white]
Crochet hook 4mm.
Pearl Beads.

SKILLS REQUIRED

Half Double Crochet.
Single Crochet.

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Beginner.

ABBREVATIONS USED:

Rnd=Round.
ch=chain.
St=stitch.
Hdbl st=double stitch.
Sn st=single stitch.


TUTORIAL


Rnd 1: Beginning with a slip stitch chain 30. Join the ends.Now here the length of the chain vary greatly and depend completely on the width of your hand. If you have big hands then chain of 30 wont be ideal for you.
      How would i know how many stitches do i require?
         Simple as you have made a chain wrap it around your palm to see it fits and accordingly add or remove stitches.



Rnd 2-4: Ch 2, make first Sn st in 30th stitch of underlying chain.
Sn St in each Stitch of the chain.



Rnd 5: Ch 2, Hdbl st in each alternate Stitch of the below sn st, i.e after each Hdbl St, Ch 1. We will have a row of holes here.

Rnd 6-9: Ch 2, 2 Hdbl st in each alternate hole of the previous layer, i.e after each pair of Hdbl St, Ch 1.



THUMB

Rnd 10: Ch 2, continue as above rows up to 26 stitches. Ch 12, Join the end of this chain to the first stitch of this row. 
You will find a hole for your thumb created, this can be subjected to the size of your hand. Hence may be increased or decreased accordingly by increasing or decreasing stitches.

Note: When joining the 2 ends of a circle use the chain and not the hole to make invisible seam and that includes both the loops of the stitch and not just one.

Rnd 11-17: Ch 2, 2 Hdbl st in each alternate hole of the previous layer and after each pair of Hdbl St, Ch 1.

Rnd 18-20: Ch 2, 1 Hdbl st in each alternate stitch of the previous layer, i.e after each Hdbl St, Ch 1. Its like the Round 5.

* Dec 6 stitches evenly in these round.



Rnd 21-23: Ch 1, sn st in each stitch.

TRIM

Rnd 24: Ch 1,make 3 sn st's, Ch 5, join in next stitch. Repeat.

Top it up with a puff flower.

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