Image credit: naztazia via YouTube
If you’re new to crochet or are looking for an activity to keep you busy, then check out this project idea by naztazia on YouTube, and give it a try. This is a great tutorial that even beginners can attempt making, the steps are very easy to follow, and the instructions are super helpful. You can use these comfy fingerless gloves for the cold winter season to keep you warm or give them as a gift to a loved one for the holidays.
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You can make these gloves in different sizes and colors, and you can add more designs or embellishments to them to personalize them. Learn how to make this crochet now by reading the written instructions down below, and while you’re at it make sure to check out the video tutorial as well for more details. I hope you enjoy this crochet as much as I did!
Start with a chain of 34 or any multiple of 2, to do the moss stitch you’ll skip the first 3 chains and make a single crochet, then a chain 1 in the 4th chain from the hook. Repeat by skipping 1 chain then making a single crochet stitch followed by a chain 1 in the next chain, and repeat again. Continue working on row 2 with the same steps all throughout, then continue making the next rows until you have a total of 28 rows or about 6.5 inches or whatever fits your hand. Pivot the piece so that the rows end up facing up and down, then fold the piece over so that row 28 connects to the original starting chain. Using a stitch marker, mark where you want the thumb area to be, then sew the top and bottom part of the glove leaving a space for the thumb, and you’re done!
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