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Fingerless Awareness Gloves

Updated: Oct 29, 2020

Fingerless Awareness Gloves

Designed by Angi Vale

Skill level: Intermediate

Measurements: finger tip circumference: 7.5-8”, wrist circumference: 6-8”

Gauge: 4 dc= 1”, 5 rows= 2”

Materials: DK weight yarn in 2 colors, 90 yards for color a and >50 yards for color b

Abbreviations US TERMS:

Notes: Pattern works from fingers to wrist. Ch 2 counts as a dc. Colors are in fair isle technique, which means you’ll use the contrasting color, drop it when you switch to your main color and then pick the color back up when you come back around and need it. It is not carried through the project or under the yarn. I only cut the contrasting color once and sew in the end.


Right glove

start with color a, ch 30, sl st to the beginning ch (do not twist the ch)


Row 1: ch 3, dc in each stitch around, sl st to top of the ch 3 (30)

Row 2: ch 3, 10 dc, dec, skip a st, change to color b, 4dc into the next st, change to color a, skip a st, dec, 13 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 3: ch 3, 11 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc under next st, change to color b, 2 fpdc around color b posts, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 4: ch 3, 11 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 5 : ch 3, 11 dc, skip 4 sts, change to color b, 2 fptr into far fpdc sts, reach behind cables and 2 fptr into the first 2 fpdc sts skipped, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 6: ch 3, 3 dc, ch 7, skip 3 sts, 5 dc, change to color b, 4 fpdc, change to color a, 13 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 7: ch 3, 3 dc, 10 dc into ch space, 5 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc under next st, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 8: ch 3, 5 dc, dec, dec,dec, 7 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

cut contrasting color and leave a long enough tail to weave in later


Row 9: ch 3, 4 dc, dec, dec, dec, 5 dc, dc under next 2 sts, 2 dc, dc under next 2 sts, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 10: ch 3, 4 dc, dec, dec, 24 dc, sl st to the top of the ch 3

Row 11-12: ch 3, dc in each stitch around, sl st to the top of the ch (30)

finish off and weave in ends

If you want it a little tighter on the wrist, add an additional row of slip stitches.


Left glove

start with color a, ch 30, sl st to the beginning ch (do not twist the ch)


Row 1: ch 3, dc in each stitch around, sl st to top of the ch 3 (30)

Row 2: ch 3, 10 dc, dec, skip a st, change to color b, 4dc into the next st, change to color a, skip a st, dec, 13 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 3: ch 3, 11 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc under next st, change to color b, 2 fpdc around color b posts, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 4: ch 3, 11 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 5 : ch 3, 11 dc, skip 4 sts, change to color b, 2 fptr into far fpdc sts, reach behind cables and 2 fptr into the first 2 fpdc sts skipped, change to color a, 14 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 6: ch 3, 11 dc, change to color b, 4 fpdc, change to color a, 5 dc, ch 7, skip 3 sts, 5 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3

Row 7: ch 3, 11 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc under next st, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 5 dc, 10 dc into ch space, 5 dc

Row 8: ch 3, 11 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 2 dc, change to color b, 2 fpdc, change to color a, 7 dc, dec, dec,dec, 7 dc

cut contrasting color and leave a long enough tail to weave in later


Row 9: ch 3, ch 11, dc under next 2 sts, 2 dc, dc under next 2 sts, 6 dc, dec, dec, dec, 7 dc, sl st to top of the ch 3


Row 10: ch 3, 20 dc, dec, dec, 4 dc, sl st to the top of the ch 3

Row 11-12: ch 3, dc in each stitch around, sl st to the top of the ch

finish off and weave in ends

If you want it a little tighter on the wrist, add an additional row of slip stitches.


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