This crochet fingerless glove pattern is sure to please everyone in the family! My kids and I love to play Pokemon Go. We got our whole family to play and we have a lot of fun together and it is so sweet to see the kids and their grandma talking about Pokemon! However, it is hard to play a phone game in the winter when the temps drop so low. Your hands would freeze during a raid or community day event, so I set out to design some warm and simple fingerless gloves. I didn’t want to crochet anything too technical or detailed for this one…just quick and simple gloves that would allow us to play all year long.
These fingerless gloves are easy to crochet and unlike our other fingerless gloves, these include an area to cover the base of the thumb too. These crochet fingerless gloves are made to taper at the wrist so that you can tuck them into your coat and not have any exposed skin except your fingers. They work perfectly for a day of raiding in Pokemon Go or for any outdoor activity that requires a bit of finger dexterity that you can’t get with a full glove.
These can be worked quickly and in any size, just measure and adjust the pattern up or down. Write down your original chain count and numbers as you go so that you can easily repeat for the other glove. This pattern makes an adult medium glove.
- Knit Picks Comfy Worsted Yarn in Hawk (affiliate link)
- I hook – 5.5 mm
- ch – chain
- st – stitch
- sl st – slip stitch
- hdc – half double crochet
- sc – single crochet
- sc2tog – single crochet two together
Crochet Gray Wolf Fingerless Gloves Pattern
Slip stitch to join
Round 1 – ch 1, work 1 hdc into each ch, sl st to join – 30 stitches total
Round 2 – ch 1, work 1 sc into each st, sl st to join – 30 stitches total
Round 3- 10, repeat rounds 1-2
Round 11 – ch 6, skip 2 st and work 1 hdc in 3rd st, work 1 hdc in each st to end of round – 28 hdc stitches
Round 12 – ch 1, work 1 sc into each st in the round, including the 6 ch, for a total of 34 st,
Round 13 – ch 1, work 1 hdc into each st – 34 – sl st to join
Round 14 – ch 1, work 1 sc into each st – 34, sl st to join
Round 15 – repeat round 13
Round 16 – ch 1, work 1 sc into first two st, then work 1 sc2tog into next two stitches, then work 1 sc into next three st, repeat until last 4 st and end with 4 sc and then sl st to join,
Round 17 – ch 1, work 1 sc into first 3 st, then work 1 sc2tog into next two stitches, then work 1 sc into next three st, repeat until last two st and end with 2 sc, sl st to join
Round 18 – ch 1, work 1 hdc around – 23 st
Round 19 – ch 1 work 1 sc around – 23 st
Round 20 – ch 1, work 1 hdc around, sl st
Round 21 – ch 1 – work 1 sc around, sl st
Round 22/23 repeat rounds 20 and 21
Finish and weave in ends. Repeat pattern for second glove.
Tips and Other Ideas
- You could make this in alternating colors or just do the first and last rows in another color.
- To make this larger or smaller, measure your first chain and write down your measurements as you go. Because it is just sc and hdc, you can add or remove stitches easily to make a custom fit.
- Do you have longer fingers or want a longer wrist area? Just add in rows of two to the beginning of the pattern for more finger coverage or in rows of two at the end for the wrist.