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This free crochet pattern is called the Flying Hearts Gloves that are made with the Waistcoat stitch aka Knit stitch and looks very knit-like. The gloves are made in 2 different colors.
It was a little over a year
I loved the idea and agreed. I came up with a few designs and then decided to create once that looked like hearts flying up or flames, all using the waistcoat stitch which is one of my favorite ones to create beautiful designs and create a thick texture also.
Once I received the yarn, which by the way is so beautiful and soft, I got right to it. I had to adjust my design only once to add some stitches around the palm of my hand, as the waistcoat stitch is known to not give a lot when it comes to stretching, especially when using 2 colors at the same time.
Once my Flying Hearts Knit-Like Gloves were finished, I submitted my pattern to them and they published it in their issue 67 in January of 2018. It was so exciting as that was my first time in a magazine. Furthermore, they published a picture of it on Instagram where the actual challenge took place. I was
We both used the same yarn and had the same assignment to make gloves or mittens. Ironically, she went with mittens and I went with gloves without knowing who the other designer was. After a week, the winner was determined. I WON! YAY! People loved my design. So, now, a year later, you get to enjoy this pattern free.
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So let me now get started and tell you what you will need in order to crochet this amazing pattern.
How to crochet the Knit-like Gloves with Flying Hearts
- Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran Tonals (55% wool, 33% acrylic, 12% cashmere, 50g/90m)
- 2 balls of Chestnut (30509) (Yarn A)
- 1 ball of Gold (30503) (Yarn B)
- 5.0 mm hook
- tapestry needle
Stitches used (US terms):
Click HERE to learn these basic stitches
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
blo= back loop only
- wst = waistcoat stitch (like a dc, but placed in the center of the dc or
wstof the previous round instead of in the sp between the sts)
16 sts and 20 rows to measure 10x10cm (4x4in) over waistcoat stitches using a 5mm hook, or size needed to obtain correct tension
Adult size: 23.5 x 11.4cm (9.25 x 4.5in)
These gloves are an adult size. I currently do not have toddler or baby sized gloves available. Although, once you make the pattern once, you can easily see where you can adjust it to make it for smaller sizes.
Note 1: Use a stitch marker as there are now continues rounds.
Note 2: For rounds 6-11, crochet the
Note 3: only use Yarn B now.
Note 4: Leave stitch marker in place as that helps to figure out where to start the fingers.
Pattern for the Knit-Like Gloves with Flying Hearts:
Make 2 gloves.
Using yarn A.
Row 1 (RS) sc in each ch to end, turn. [7 sts]
Row 2-25 Ch1 (does not count as st) 1 sc in the blo in each st, turn.
After row 26, fold the ribbing in half and slip stitch the ends together to make a circle, then do not cut the yarn. Flip the ribbing over so the slip stitches point inwards.
See Note 1
Round 1: Ch1, place 35 sc equally all around the top of the ribbing. [35 sts]
Round 2 – 4: 1 wst in each st.
Round 5: *1 wst in the next 6 sts, 1 wst inc; repeat from * to end. [40 sts]
See Note 2
Round 6: *1 wst in Yarn B, 1 wst in Yarn A, 1 wst in Yarn B, 1 wst in Yarn A in the next 4 sts, 1 wst in Yarn B; repeat from * to end.
Round 7: *1 wst in Yarn B, 1 wst in Yarn A in the next 3 sts, 1 wst in Yarn B, 1 wst in Yarn A in the next 2 sts, 1 wst in Yarn B; repeat from * to end.
Round 8: *1
Round 9: *1 wst in Yarn A, 1 wst in Yarn B, 1 wst in Yarn A in the next 2 sts, 1 wst in Yarn B, 1 wst in Yarn A, 1 wst in Yarn B in the next 2 sts; repeat from * to end.
Round 10: *1 wst in Yarn B in the next 3 sts. 1 wst in Yarn A in the next 2 sts, 1 wst in Yarn B in the next 2 sts, 1 wst in Yarn A; repeat from * to end.
Round 11: *1 wst in Yarn B, 1 wst in Yarn A, 1 wst in Yarn B in the next 2 sts, 1 wst in Yarn A in the next 3 sts; repeat from * to end, fasten off Yarn A.
See Note 3
Round 12: Ch5, skip 5 sts (thumb hole made), 1 wst in each st.
Round 13: Sc in each of the next 5
Round 14 – 22: 1 wst in each st to end.
Round 23: *1 wst in the next 6 sts, 1 wst inc; repeat from * to end. [40 sts]
See Note 4
Round 1: 1 wst in the next 5 sts, skip 30 sts 1 wst in the nest 5 sts. [10 sts]
Round 2 – 14: 1 wst in each st to end.
Round 15: 1 wst dec to end, fasten off. [5 sts]
Attach Yarn A to the 6th last st of round 23 via a slip knot.
Round 1: Ch1, skip 10 sts, 1 wst in the next 5 sts, skip 20 sts, 1 wst in the next 5 sts. [10 sts]
Round 2 – 16: 1 wst in each st to end.
Round 17: 1 wst dec to end, fasten off. [5 sts]
Attach Yarn A to the 11th last st of round 23 via a slip knot
Round 1: Ch1, skip 20 sts, 1 wst in the next 5 sts, skip 10 sts, 1 wst in the next 5 sts. [10 sts]
Round 2 – 14: 1 wst in each st to end.
Round 15: 1 wst dec to end, fasten off. [5 sts]
Attach Yarn A to the 16th last st of round 23 via a slip knot.
Round 1: Ch1, skip 30 sts, 1 wst in the next 10 sts. [10 sts]
Round 2 – 9: 1 wst in each st to end.
Round 10: 1 wst dec to end, fasten off. [5 sts]
Attach M Yarn A to the first skipped stitch of round 12 via a slip knot.
Round 1: ch 1, 1 wst in the next 5 sts, 1 wst in the corner, place 5 wst evenly to the top side of the thumb hole, 1 wst in the corner. [12 sts]
Round 2 – 13: 1 wst in each st to end.
Round 14: 1 wst dec to end, fasten off. [6 sts]
The Break-Through Moment: How to use the Knit-like Gloves?
Well, when it comes to fashion, I might not be the right person to ask. I feel like I have a very relaxed fashion style most of the time because I work on my blog from home. You know, pajamas and crochet and yarn – with some exercise and food in between.
But jokes on the side, you can easily pair these gorgeous easy to make Knit-Like Gloves with anything you like. I prefer using them when I wear my grey or black winter jacket.
Usually, it does not really get very cold in southern California, but if we drive into the mountains I will always wear them. Due to the thickness of the waistcoat stitch the gloves will keep you warm and cozy.
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