These crochet gloves are functionally comfortable; the aligned cobble stitch pattern adds a layer of warmth on those cold winter days without adding too much bulk. I also love that my fingers are free for texting and responding to emails while I’m out and about.
This easy crochet pattern can be worked in two different sizes, with an option to add additional stitches to customize the fit. The aligned cobble stitch gives these crochet mitts a gorgeous texture.
This free crochet pattern is easy enough for beginners too. It's a great pattern for anyone who's learning how to crochet. If you're just starting out or looking to polish and perfect your crochet skills, I highly recommend the professionally filmed and taught Crochet Fundamentals class.
I was feeling brave and decided to make a matching pair for myself and my preteen daughter. I survived with minimal eye-rolls and even got a little smile (she secretly still thinks it’s cool to have matching things).
These comfy cozy crochet accessories also make the perfect gift for anyone.
Aligned Cobble Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
- Hook(s) size: I/9 – 5.5mm
- Yarn weight: Worsted
- Suggested yarn: Plymouth Encore – Midnight Heather
- Yarn Yardage: 125 yds approx (preteen size) 175 yds approx (ladies size)
- Tools – scissors, tapestry needle, stitch markers, 4 buttons (optional)
Approx. finished dimensions: Length – 8”, Wrist circumference – 6” (Preteen size)
Gauge: 1” = 1 row, 1 aligned cobble stitch
Pattern details: Ladies size is in brackets, for wider gloves add in multiples of 2 to the pattern.
Aligned Cobble Stitch is worked in rows of 2, watch for turning. The wrist portion of these gloves are worked in the round, use a stitch marker.
- FHDC – Foundation half double crochet, Ch – Chain, sl st – Slip Stitch, hdc – Half Double Crochet, sc – Single Crochet, tr – Treble Crochet, st(s) – Stitch(es), inc – Increase (2 sts in same st), x(s) – time(s)
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Round 1 – FHDC 16 (20 for ladies size)
Rounds 2 to 7 – Working in a round, hdc back loop only – 16 sts (20 ladies size)
Round 8 – sc in each st around, sl/st – 16 sts (20 ladies size)
Round 9 – ch 1,* one sc in next 3 sts, inc; repeat from* to end of row, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 10 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, *tr in next st, sc in following; repeat from* to end, finish with tr in last st, sl/st -20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 11 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, sc in each st around, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 12 to 15 – Repeat rounds 10 and 11 – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 16 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, *tr in next st, sc in following; repeat from* 5 xs (6 xs for ladies size). Ch 4 in previous sc st (ch 5 for ladies size). Skip 4 sts (skip 5 for ladies size), sl/st in next st. *Tr, sc* (repeat from* 1 x for ladies size), sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 17 – ch 1, turn. Sc in next 2 sts (next 4 sts for ladies size), sc 4 into ch 4 space (sc 5 into ch 5 space – ladies size), sc in each st to end of round, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 18 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, *tr in next st, sc in following; repeat from * to end, finish with tr in last st, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 19 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, sc in each st around sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 20 and 21 – Repeat round 18 and 19, 1 x (repeat 2 xs for ladies size)
Round 22 and 23 – ch 1, sc in turning st, sc in each st around, sl/st, fasten off, break yarn, sew in ends- 20 sts (24 ladies size)
Round 1 and 2 – attach yarn, ch 1, sc around thumb hole, fasten off, break yarn, sew in ends – approx 13 sts (approx 15 sts ladies size)
Optional – Add a few buttons for a pop of color!
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