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This easy free crochet pattern is called the Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves. The pattern uses the lemon peel stitch and is made quickl in less than an hour.
Now that I have the Lemon Peel Infinity Scarf and the Lemon Peel Hat free crochet patterns publish and available for everyone, it just needs one more pattern to make it complete which is the Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves. All these patterns are part of my collection using the Lemon Peel Stitch. But behold, I will create one more crochet pattern using this stitch so you can swap out the hat for a warmer weather option which is a headband (stay tuned).
The entire Lemon Peel collection is featuring the Premier Yarns Anti-Pilling Heather yarn in the color Blue Heather. Of course you can use any other worsted weighted yarn for this pattern, but I sure believe the Anti-Pilling
The Lemon Peel Stitch
The Anti-Pilling Heather yarn really shows off the Lemon Peel stitch very well in these fingerless gloves. In fact, if you swap out the acrylic yarn with cotton yarn you could even make a washcloth with the below pattern, just make sure you don’t turn it into gloves, but leave it as a square.
Furthermore, I prefer using the Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves over normal gloves or mittens as I can still use my phone, work on my computer or go about living my life but with warm hands. Now of course that might not be ideal for a really cold winter day, but at home or during Spring and Fall these fingerless gloves are the perfect accessory to wear.
Let me not hold you off anymore. Let’s get to the pattern. 🙂
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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 Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves
- Premier Yarn Everyday Collection in the color:
- Heather Blue (1 skein)
- 5.0 mm hook
- tapestry needle
Stitches used (US terms):
Click HERE to learn these basic stitches
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sl st = slip stitch
- Lemon Peel Stitch
3 row x 3 sts =1 square inch
Adult Size: 4 (diameter) x 7 (height) inches
Make 2 Gloves
Crochet a chain of 25
R1: crochet in the back bump: starting from the 2nd ch from the hook, one
R2-20: *1 sc, 1 dc, repeat from *, turn.
To see the Lemon Peel Stitch a bit closer, check out my picture above. You always crochet 1 sc into one stitch which is followed by a double crochet in the next one. Furthermore, you crochet a double crochet on top of a single crochet and vice versa to create the amazing texture and look of a lemon peel.
Once you finish, f
I used the wip stitch to sew the long edge together.
To keep an opening for your thumb to go through when wearing the fingerless gloves, simply weave your needle through the side of one of the edges until you reach the point when you need to start sewing again. It is best to test it out so the opening is not too large or too tight.
How to wear the Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves
I will wear these beautiful blue Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves with my matching Lemon Peel Infinity Scarf and Lemon Peel Hat. I also prefer using them with clothing that does not take the attention away from their beauty.
As you can see I wore my grey coat when showing off these cute and cozy Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves. The texture and feel of the Lemon Peel stitch really comes out in the sunlight wearing more neutral colors.
Furthermore, the Anti-Pilling yarn allows you to wash them hundreds of times and the yarn will never pill. How awesome is that?
But while you all wait for the Lemon Peel Headband to be published, check out some of my other glove and glitten crochet patterns below.
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