Crochet Pattern: Slouchable Fingerless Gloves

By Candace – 5 Comments
A fun casual fall accessory, these fingerless gloves have a bit of drape in the arms, allowing you to scrunch them if you choose. They are perfect for a day when the weather is cool and the drinks are hot. The pattern is quite simple, but requires the invisible decrease technique, so advanced beginners may want to give it a try. The gloves are crocheted all in one piece and no sewing is required! crochet slouchable fingerless gloves

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  1. Lynne says:

    I’ve gotten up to round 5 three times, but when I try to do round 6,I get stuck. I don’t see how you go from 24 stitches in round 5 to 32 stitches in round 6. Any advice?

    • Candace says:

      Lynne, the chain in the middle of round 6 is what increases the stitch count. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.

      • Lynne says:

        So you dc fpdc 6 times, chain 8, dc fpdc 6 times and then slip stitch into the first dc. That means you’re skipping across quite a few stitches. Is that correct?

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