122 – How to Crochet Fingerless Mittens (Triangle Stitches)
This tutorial is easy to learn. Used Triangle Stitch. Mittens can be done in no time and it’s really a nice and useful item. Ideal for gifts. Happy knitting!
You need to know how to crochet Slip Stitch (ss), Chain Stitch (ch), Single Crochet (sc), Double Crochet (dc) and dc2tog (dc 2 together).
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You will need:
Hook Size 3 mm
Yarn 50 g
Oz 3.52; Nm 3.00
1/2 ball of orange yarn. Ball contains 328 yds/ 300 m.
1 m = 1,0936 jardi (yds)
sst – Slip Stitch
ch – Chain Stitch
sc – Single Crochet
dc – Double Crochet
dc2tog – dc 2 together
Rnd 1-33: 1 chain; 11 single crochet stitches in the back loops only
Rnd 1-7: 3ch; *dc2tog, 1ch* – repeat entire row, dc in the last stitch, tie it together, slip stitch; Total 42dc
Rnd 8: thumb – 5ch; skip 8 stitches; 3ch; dc2tog; 1ch; dc2tog; 1ch; dc2tog… (33dc+5dc)
Rnd 9-11: 3ch; *dc2tog, 1ch* – repeat entire row, dc in the last stitch, tie it together, slip stitch; Total 38dc
Rnd 12: cingle crochet stitches all row