If you are a person who is always cold indoors, fingerless gloves are an absolute must for you. These are best to wear at all times – whether during work or while knitting, as your fingers can move freely. These voluminous fingerless gloves are also perfect for outdoor use as they keep you warm. The fingerless knitting pattern is as follows:
You will need materials such as a ball of yarn, two pairs of 15 US size circular needles, a pair of scissors, a crochet hook or a yarn needle, a stitch holder, an optional stitch marker and a jig.
The size of the completed project for fingerless gloves will be about 9 inches in length and about 8 inches in the vicinity. The gloves would go over the entire palm of the hand and cover at least half of the forearm of a small woman. And it covers the thumb that reaches to the ankle. You can adjust the length of the gloves to your liking. If they are stretched a bit, they also fit perfectly with a middle-sized man.
For the knit pattern with fingerless gloves, you need to use 18 stitches with a double pointed needle or a set of circular needles. Then the stitches must be pushed to the other end of the needle and the first nine stitches cast on the second round needle must be pushed. Now, before the last stitch on the second needle, set a stitch marker to mark the end of the row. At the end of the round, join in and make sure you do not twist the stitches.