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This is my first attempt at writing a pattern for anyone other than myself. Even when I’ve attempted writing for myself the results were nil. Pattern writing is no joke! I sweat, shake, rip pages, hair, say bad words, then, worse words and give up. For the longest time it’s been no problem to look at a thing and make it. But write how it’s made! Oh, that IS a problem. With that said, please feel free to ask questions if you have difficulty reading what I have written. Please help me improve.

These gauntlets are a rip-off ish. There, I admit it! A woman on Facebook posted a pic, asking if anyone knew where she could find the pattern. No one knew. However, I knew I could make a reasonable facsimile. Which presented the pattern dilemma.

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Notions:  Zarina Merino Extrafine Baby Yarn, first color, 2 – 50 gram balls 1715. Second color can be scraps. Or any Extra-fine or Baby weight yarn will work.

Size F – 3.75MM Hook and a Yarn Needle

Here We Go: chain 43. . . . .I like to leave a long tail on my work. When it’s tucked in, it stays in!

. . . . . . top edge:

row 1: dc in 4th ch from hook, * ch1, sk 2 ch, 3 dc in next ch, repeat  from * across, leaving last 2 chs open, turn.

row 2: *ch 2, sc in middle dc, ch 2 sc in ch 1 sp, repeat from * across to end, turn.

row 3: 4 dc in first sc , *sc in next sc, 4 dc in next sc, around top, sc down slide to beginning chain and join to form a loop. turn and work backward and upside down from here to work arm. . . .

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. . . . . . . . . arm:

row 1: ch 3, 2 dc in join sp, ch 1, * 3 dc in next ch2 sp, repeat from * around to end ch 1, join with first ch 3.

row 2: ch 4,* 3 dc in each ch 1 sp, ch 1, repeat from *, around to last sp, 2 dc in last sp, join with 3rd ch.

repeat row 1 (except, now, there will be ch 1 sps) & 2 three times

row 9: ch 3, 2 dc in first sp, ch 1 * 3 dc, ch 1 three times, 2 dc in next sp, repeat from * around

row 10: ch 4, *2 dc in next sp, ch1, 3 dc, ch 1, in each of next 3 sps, repeat  from * around.

repeat row 9 & 10

row 13: ch 3, 2 dc in first sp, ch 1 * 2 dc, ch 1 twice, 3 dc, ch 1 twice, repeat from * around.

row 14: ch 4, * 2 dc, ch 1, twice, 3 dc, ch 1, twice, repeat from * around.

repeat rows 13 & 14

. . . . . . outer shell:

row 1: * 5 dc in next ch 1 sp, sc in next ch 1 sp, repeat from * around.

row  2: * 3 dc in second, third and fourth dc of each shell, sc in each sc, repeat from * around.

row 3:work in top 5 dc of each shell as follows: 2 dc, 1 dc, 4 dc, 1 dc, 2 dc, sc in each sc, around, bind off.

trim: attach second color with a third sc of shell at back, *ch 3, sc, five times, over the top of each shell, dc in sc sp between shell, around, bind off.

. . . . . inside cuff : fold shell back and work in last row of arm

 

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attach main color sc, ch 3 on each side of every dc cluster, around, when you reach the first, sc into the top ch 3 sp, then sc, ch 3 around again, until you have 8 rounds. bind off.

. . . . . . . trim:

row 1: attach second color in any sc sp, ch, * dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1 dc ch 1, in next sc, sc in next sc, repeat from * around.

row 2: sc in each dc, ch 3, sk spaces between shells, work around. bind off.

. . . . . tie: with second color chain 110. weave into space between top edge and arm; or wherever you fancy

. . . . . . top trim:

attach second color in back, work on the right side, in  each shell sc in first dc, 2 dc in second and third dc, sc in fourth dc, sk sc between each shell around, to opening, sc along opening, continue in each shell sc in first dc, 2 dc in second and third dc, sc in fourth dc, sk sc between each shell around, bind off.

. . . . . . . .wrist tie:

with second color chain 90. weave into space between arm and outer shell.

Use Yarn Needle to tuck in loose ends.

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Flirt Relentlessly With Your Gauntlets On!

Abbreviations:

ch = chain

sp = space

sk = skip

sc = single crochet

dc = double crochet

Thanx for stopping by. . .see you on the flip side XOXOXO

 

~ by francleablunt on April 28, 2016.

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