Entrelac Crochet Gloves

OMG! I actually finished the pattern!  I began working on the pattern Way Back then used the wool for something else. I can’t believe it – three years in the making!!! {{ swoon, thud}}  I’ve stunned myself and need chocolate (any excuse) to bring me ’round.

Well, here they are then…

Entrelac Crochet Gloves

 

‘scuse photography, its not so easy taking photos when your hands are the subject.

This pattern has taken me ages and ages to write up but, finally, it’s done!  Ta Da!!!!

I wanna make ’em…

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The PDF download is available in either US or UK crochet terminology.

The gloves are worked in the round using Tunisian Simple Stitch. You will be working strips of squares which are turned on their point to make the entrelac pattern. It may be a little challenging if you are unfamiliar with Tunisian crochet, but once you get the hang of it becomes quite easy.
Skill Level: 
Intermediate / Advanced
Yarn: 
Light Worsted (DK) weight yarn 
Color A – Cascade 220 Superwash shade no. 851 – 25 m (28 yds) 
Color B – Cascade 220 Superwash shade no. 804 – 1 5 m (17 yds) 
Color C – Cascade 220 Superwash shade no. 914a – 20 m (22 yds) 
All meterage / yardage has been rounded up.
Hook: 
3.5 mm (E) size crochet hook.
Gauge: 
Each square measures approximately 4.75 cm across from point to 
point and one strip measures 19 cm. Measure around your hand just 
below the knuckles and above the thumb. If this measurement is 

larger than 20 cm, try using a hook size one size larger. 
The pattern is also available on Etsy and Craftsy.

Happy Hooking!

Leonie x

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