“Duchess” Gloves

"Duchess" Gloves

Description

These fingerless gloves are a part of the set with the “Duchess” Shawl. They are crocheted from the same material as the shawl. The pattern consists of double crochet stitches, and the central motif is one of the lacy  patterns from the shawl. Upper and lower edges are done with single crochet stitches and the last round with picots. They are decorated with  a satin ribbon.

Size

S/M

Material

The gloves are crocheted from 100% cotton yarn, but can be made from blend yarn with wool fibers.

Packaging and Shipment

The gloves are packed in a decorative box. On the territory of Republic of Serbia the package is sent by Post Express and shipping is free of charge.

Price

Crochet Gloves With Satin RibbonEUR 9,95

Crochet lace

When I was thinking about how to start crocheting the gloves which would be a part of the set with Duchess, the only option was to incorporate one of the stitches from the shawl itself into this project.

The gloves are worked from down upward and in the rounds. The lower part consists of double crochet stitches, while the upper one is a lacy pattern with 3 groups of 4dc separated by chains in the middle. The thumb opening is completed separately from the rest of the piece.

level - intermediate

To make these gloves, you will need intermediate knowledge of crocheting in the rounds and joining with a slip stitch. The stitches in this design are single crochet, double crochet, chain and picot. Also, you should be familiar with back-loop crochet.

material

  • Size S/M: About 40gr of yarn for hook 3-4 (125m / 50 gr); hook no. 3.5
  • Size L/XL: About 50gr of yarn for hook 3.5-5; hook no. 4.5
  • About 1m of satin ribbon to decorate the gloves (optional)
  • size

    • S/M
    • L/XL

    uputstvo

    Abbreviations

    ch – chain

    st(s) – stitch(es)

    sl.st. – slip stitch

    sc – single crochet

    dc – double crochet

    picot – ch3, 1sc in 3rd st from hook

    initial shell – in 1 stitch (ch3, 1dc, ch2, 2dc)

    shell – in 1 stitch (2dc, ch2, 2dc)

    rnd – round

    The gloves are completed from down upward and in rounds. The border on the lower edge is worked after completing the rest of the glove. The border can be worked with picots or without them, as desired. In each round insert the hook into the back loop.

    right glove

    Start with ch30 very loosely and close the ring with a sl.st.

    Rnd 1 – Initial shell in the 1st st, skip 2, shell in next st, skip 2., 18dc, skip 2, shell in the last st.

    At the beginning of each next rnd, to get to the ch2 space, work like this: (sl.st in next st, sl.st. in the first ch2 space of the first shell).

    Rnd 2 – Work initial shell in ch2 space, work shell in next ch2 space, skip 2, 18dc, skip 2, shell in next ch2 space. Join with a sl.st. in 3rd st of the initial ch3. (=18dc and 3 shells)

    Rnds 3 to 7 – Repeat rnd 2. (=18dc and 3 shells)

    Rnd 8 – Initial shell in 1st ch2 space, shell in next ch2 space, skip 2, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 14dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc, skip 2, shell in next ch2 space, sl.st. in 3rd st of the initial ch3. (=20dc and 3 shells)

    Rnd 9 – Initial shell in the first ch2 space, shell in next ch2 space, skip 2, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 16dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc in next st, skip 2, shell in next ch2 space, sl.st. in 3rd st of the initial ch3. (=22dc and 3 shells)

    Rnd 10 – initial shell in the first ch2 space, shell in next ch2 space, skip 2, 22dc, skip2, shell in next ch2 space, l.st. in 3rd st of the initial ch3. (=22dc and 3 shells)

    Rnd 11 – Initial shell in the first ch2 space, shell in next ch2 space, skip 2, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 18dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc in next st, skip 2, shell in next ch2 space, sl.st. in 3rd st of the initial ch3. (=24dc and 3 shells)

    Rnd 12 – Initial shell in the first ch2 space, shell in next ch2 space, skip 2, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 20dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc in next st, skip 2, shell in next ch2 space, sl.st. in 3rd st of the initial ch3. (=26dc and 3 shells)

    right THUMB

    Sl.sts to the first dc. Sl.st. in the same st, and sl.st. in the 12th st from it, but insert the hook through both loops. Pull tight. Continue with THUMB FOR BOTH GLOVES.

    THUMB FOR BOTH GLOVES

    Rnd 1 – sl.st, ch3, 1dc in the same st, 2dc in next st, (2dc, 2dc in the same st)2x, 4dc, DO NOT do sl.st. in the 3rd st of ch3.

    Rnd 2 – (3sc, picot)4x. Sl.st. in next st. Break yarn, weave in the end.

    Part for the OTHER 4 FINGERS

    Rnd 1 – Attach yarn in the first dc of the last rnd that you worked before the thumb. Ch3, 14dc, 1dc in ch2 space, (4dc, 1dc in ch2 space)2x, 2dc, sl.st. in the 3rd st of ch3. (=30sts).

    Rnd 2 – ch3, 29dc. DO NOT work sl.st. at the end of this rnd. (=30sts).

    Rnd 3 – (3sc, picot)10x. Sl.st. in the 1st sc. Break yarn, weave in the end.

    Left glove

    From rnds 1 to 12 work like the right glove. Then work LEFT THUMB.

    LEFT THUMB

    Turn your work. Sl.sts. to the first dc (which will be on the RIGHT of the shells when looking from the right side), turn your work. Sl.st. in that first dc, sl.st. in the 12th st from there. Continue instructions for the right glove, starting from THUMB FOR BOTH GLOVES above.

    BORDER

    Attach yarn in Rnd 1 in the first st on the left from the shells.

    Rnd 1 – 18sc, (3sc in space between dc and first shell, 2sc in the center of shell)2x, 3sc in the last space between the shell and next dc, sl.st. in next st.

    Rnds 2 and 3 – sc around (=32sts)

    The 3rd round can be worked with (3sc, picot), like for the thumb and other fingers. Duchess Gloves in grey colour have the lower edge with picots, unlike the ones made from golden yarn.

    If you like ribbons, you can pull satin laces through shells and tie them like you would tie shoe laces. However, the lacy part of the gloves is already very pretty so it will be more prominent without any decoration.

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