Lacy Crochet Fingerless Gloves Made With V Stitch in Brick Repeat

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About This Project:

I’m enchanted by the laciness of these fingerless gloves. At the same time, they have a rough, outdoorsy quality that I also find appealing. Of course, if you use a smoother, less-rough yarn to crochet your own version of this pattern, that rough quality could disappear — which would also be lovely. Either way, the gloves work up quickly, and I think they’re quite pretty.

Skill Level: Easy

This is an easy crochet pattern.

This is an easy crochet pattern.

Supplies You Will Need to Crochet The Lacy Fingerless Gloves:

2 Colors of Yarn: I crocheted the project sample using light worsted weight wool yarn. I worked the largest part of the gloves in brown wool, and the edgings in off-white wool.

Crochet Hook: I crocheted the sample gloves using a size G / 4.25 mm crochet hook.

Other: Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

Finished Size:

Before finishing, each gloves is a square with an edging added. Then you sew the side seams to create fingerless gloves.

For you, the goal is to create a similar square (or perhaps a slight rectangle) that will fit your hand comfortably. If you crochet your gloves out of wool, as I did, you’ll want to make the gloves slightly smaller than your actual hand measurement, because wool stretches.

For example, my hand measures about 7 inches around, and my sample gloves measured about 6.5 inches square before finishing.

Crochet Abbreviations List for This Pattern

How to Crochet the Lacy Fingerless Gloves

Work a square of v stitch in brick repeat, taking care to measure the piece and check the measurement against your actual hand measurement after you’ve crocheted several inches.

To create my sample gloves, I used the same instructions given for crocheting a swatch of the fabric. My starting chain was 33 stitches.

However, if your hands are larger than 7 inches around, and you’re using yarn that’s comparable to the yarn I used in my project sample, you’ll want to add onto the starting chain in increments of 4 stitches. If you’re using comparable yarn, and your hands are smaller than 7 inches, subtract chains from the starting chain in increments of 4 stitches.


The next step is to add an edging in a contrasting color to both upper and lower edges of the square you crocheted. If you like the edging I used, feel free to use it on your gloves. If not, feel free to choose a different one. It helps if you can find a similar edging in a multiple of 4 stitches. Otherwise, you’ll have to do some increasing, decreasing and / or plain old fudging to get your stitch repeat right.

Pictured Edging Pattern: Using Color B / your edging color, make a slip knot of yarn on your crochet hook, then work a sl st in the first st. [ch 2, dc in next st, ch 3, sl st in third ch from hook, dc in next st, ch 2, sl st in next st, sl st in next st.] Rep the instructions in brackets all the way across the side you are working on.

Then repeat the same instructions on the other edge.

Block if desired.

Whip stitch the side seam, leaving an opening of about 2 inches for your thumb hole.

Weave in all loose ends.

Make 2 identical gloves.

So there you have it: That’s how you crochet lacy fingerless gloves using the v-stitch in brick repeat stitch pattern. If you actually crochet this pattern, we hope you’ll enjoy your new fingerless gloves.

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Posted By: Amy Solovay

This page was last updated on 11-6-2021.

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