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Wave Stitch Finger less gloves – Free Crochet Pattern

 

This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to make a textured pair of finger less gloves using the Wave Stitch. This pattern is done in the round which gives a different look to the waves. They are less textured but more of an outline that adds a very unique look.

 

You can find more things like this under the category Fingerless Gloves

To view more crochet sets that use the same stitch, you can find a list here

 

Other patterns that use this stitch are:

Wave Stitch Slouch Hat

Wave Stitch Scarf

 

Wave Stitch Finger less gloves – Free Crochet Pattern

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For this project you’ll need:

HOOK: 4 mm or in the US you could use a size G hook

YARN: 1 skein of worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

100 grams / 3.5. oz

240 meters / 262 yards

The yarn I used is made in Israel and it’s from vitalgo, the site is www.vitalgo.co.il and the color is Shade: 5001 dye: 6421 if by chance you can find it. No idea on the numbers for the grey color I have. No paper on it.

You are also going to need a stitch marker for this project. It’s a must.

 

Abbreviations

ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

sts = Stitches

hdc = Half Double Crochet

dc = Double Crochet

sc dec = Single crochet decrease

FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet

BPDC = Back Post Double Crochet

beg st = Beginning stitch

*( )* = Repeat what is in the brackets til end of row

 

This stitch is done in multiples of 10

 

 

 

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To start

ch 30 and sl st in the beg ch to form a ring.

 

Round 1

ch 1 and sc into the same st and in all sts (30 sts)

 

Round 2

ch 2, dc in all sts around (30 sts)

 

Round 3

ch 2 and FPDC on the post of the ch 2. FPDC onto the next 4 sts, * BPDC on the next 5 sts, FPDC on the next 5 sts * repeat for round. Sl st in top of beg FPDC to end round.

 

Wave Slouch Hat 4

Rounds 4 – 7

ch 2 and * FPDC onto the next 5 sts, * BPDC on the next 5 sts * repeat for round. If you are going to be using a different color for the main part of the hat, sl st your new color on before you sl st in the beg st. And place a stitch marker here.

Wave Slouch Hat 5

Below is the finished look of all rows so far. The rest of the pictures below won’t reflect this, but don’t let it through you off, it was for tutorial purposes. You should have a total of 7 rows at this point.

Wave Stitch Finger less gloves 1

Wave Slouch Hat 6
Round 8

MARK THIS BEGINNING ST then continue…

Wave Slouch Hat 7

 

Sl st in the next 4 sts. * HDC in the next 5 sts, sl sl in the next 5 sts * repeat for round until you reach your stitch marker.

 

Wave Slouch Hat 8

Wave Slouch Hat 9

 

 

From Round 6 and on, we will be alternating every round working in the front loop only OR the back loop only.

 

Round 9

Working in the Front loops only.

* Sl st in the next 5 sts , HDC in the next 5 sts * repeat until you reach your stitch marker.

Wave Slouch Hat 10

Wave Slouch Hat 11

Round 10

Working in the Back loops only.

* HDC in the next 5 sts, sl st in the next 5 sts * repeat until you reach your stitch marker.

NOTE – I know it seems weird doing 5 HDC’s again at the beginning of this row after you ended with HDC’s for the round, but it will work out. Always follow the pattern and make sure your working in the correct front or back loop the pattern calls for.
Wave Slouch Hat 12

Wave Slouch Hat 13

Round 11

Working in the Front loops only.

* HDC in the next 5 sts, sl st in the next 5 sts * repeat until you reach your stitch marker.

 

Wave Slouch Hat 14

Round 12

Working in the Back loops only.

* Sl st in the next 5 sts , HDC in the next 5 sts * repeat until you reach your stitch marker.

 

Wave Slouch Hat 15

Round 13

Working in the Front loops only.

* Sl st in the next 5 sts , HDC in the next 5 sts * repeat until you reach your stitch marker.

 

Make sure to keep moving your marker up every few rows so that you don’t loss your beginning space.

 

Repeat rows 10 – 13 for a total of 16 rows, you just did 4, so do 10 more and you’re ready to make your thumb.

 

The Thumb

 

Round 1

Ch 5 and skip 2 sts, sl st into 3rd, continue the pattern for the round until you reach your ch 5 space.

Round 2

sc 5 into your ch 5 space, then sc in all sts. You ar working in both stitches this round.

 

Round 3

Change your color back to the Rim color

ch 2 and dc most of your round, stop mid point and count your stitches. You need to have a total of 30 sts, so double crochet decrease until you reach this desired number. Try to spread the decreases out if you need to do more than 1, just to keep the crochet looking better. Once you have your 30 dc’s, move on to round 4.

 

Round 4

ch 2 and FPDC on the post of the ch 2. FPDC onto the next 4 sts, * BPDC on the next 5 sts, FPDC on the next 5 sts * repeat for round. Sl st in top of beg FPDC to end round.

 

Rounds 5 – 8

Place a stitch marker here.

ch 2 and * FPDC onto the next 5 sts, * BPDC on the next 5 sts * repeat for round. If you are going to be using a different color for the main part of the hat, sl st your new color on before you sl st in the beg st.

 

After round 8 sl st into the next st and ch 1 and cut your yarn. Turn your glove inside out to hide all your tails.

 

 

 

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