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Frosty Ridge Crochet Fingerless Gloves

These cute Frosty Ridge Crochet Fingerless Gloves will keep you warm and stylish during the cold weather months.  And they coordinate well with the Frosty Ridge Boot Cuffs!   If you’re familiar with the Alpine Stitch, these gloves will be a quick easy make, great for a one night, one skein project! 

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Frosty Ridge Crochet Fingerless Gloves – Materials

  • 1 Skein Caron Simply Soft – I used Country Blue
  • Size H/5.0mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors or Snips

Abbreviations

  • Ch – Chain
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • BLSC – Back Loop Single Crochet
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • FPDC – Front Post Double Crochet

Frosty Ridge Crochet Fingerless Gloves – Written Pattern

Make (2) for matching pair

Base

Ch 6

Row 1 – SC in 2nd Ch from the hook, across (5)

Ch 1, turn

Row 2-32 – SC in first stitch, BLSC in next 3 stitches, SC in last stitch, Ch 1, turn (5)

Body

Turn project to side, so hook is on the top right corner.  

Ch 1

Row 1 – (1) SC in each row of Base (32 SC)

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 2 – DC in 2nd stitch from previous row, and each stitch across (31 + turning chain)

Ch 1, turn

Row 3 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (32 SC) 

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 4 – *FPDC in DC from row 2.  DC in next stitch* Repeat * * until 2 stitches remain.  DC in last 2 stitches.  (31)

Ch 1, turn

Row 5 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (31 SC)

Row 6 – *DC in 2nd stitch. FPDC in next DC from row 4* Repeat * * until 1 stitch remains.  DC in last stitch.  (31) (FPDC will alternate in each row, creating the ripple effect)

Ch 1, turn

Row 7 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (32 SC)

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 8 – (Same as Row 4) *FPDC in DC from row 6.  DC in next stitch* Repeat * * until 2 stitches remain.  DC in last 2 stitches.  (31)

Ch 1, turn

Row 9 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (32 SC)

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 10 – (Same as Row 6) *DC in 2nd stitch. FPDC in next DC from row 8* Repeat * * until 1 stitch remains.  DC in last stitch.  (31)

Ch 1, turn

Row 11 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (32 SC) Place stitch marker into first and last stitches of this row.  This is important for seaming.

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 12 – (Same as Row 4) *FPDC in DC from row 10.  DC in next stitch* Repeat * * until 2 stitches remain.  DC in last 2 stitches.  (31)

Ch 1, turn

Row 13 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (32 SC)

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 14 – (Same as Row 6) *DC in 2nd stitch. FPDC in next DC from row 12* Repeat * * until 1 stitch remains.  DC in last stitch.  (31)

Ch 1, turn

Row 15 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (32 SC)

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 16 – (Same as Row 4) *FPDC in DC from row 6.  DC in next stitch* Repeat * * until 2 stitches remain.  DC in last 2 stitches.  (31)

Ch 1, turn

Row 17 – SC in each stitch across, and in turning chain from previous row (32 SC) Place stitch marker into first and last stitches of this row.  This is important for seaming.

Ch 2, turn (Counts as 1st DC)

Row 18 – (Same as Row 6) *DC in 2nd stitch. FPDC in next DC from row 8* Repeat * * until 1 stitch remains.  DC in last stitch.  (31)

Ch 1, turn.

Row 19-22 – SC in each stitch across (32) (Ch 1, turn at the end of each row)

Fasten Off.

Assembly

Place fabric on table, right side facing up.

Fold fabric in half with right sides together.  Line up stitch markers. 

Seam together, leaving area between stitch markers open for thumb hole.  Reinforce with extra stitches at the edge of each seam.

Fasten off, weave in ends, and turn right side out.

Repeat for second glove. 

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