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Sorry I have been MIA lately. I’m not even sure where the past couple of weeks have gone. I’m feeling very distracted as of late. My boys have both been not feeling well (allergies, ugh). My hubby is home during the day (teachers get the summers off too). And I’m trying to keep up with my part time job and friends and life and crochet and blogging and sleep. There’s quite a lot of noise in my house most days. Maybe that has something to do with my distraction. Or maybe I’m just getting senile in my old age. Ha! I have been crocheting though. On about a dozen different projects. I can’t seem to get anything actually finished!
These Captain America gloves are ones I made after the Space Ranger (Buzz Lightyear) Gloves were such a hit with my boys. I thought this pattern would be an easier one to get out and hopefully get me back on track.
These gloves are simple and quick to work up and can be added to your little one’s dress up stash. They are great for pretending and even function to keep hands warmer in the cool months! And maybe they’ll actually keep them on because they can be Captain America at the same time! 🙂
(Don’t mind the faded Captain America pajamas and the beat up Shield.)
A couple of disclaimers: This pattern is intended for personal use only. You are welcome to use the pattern to make and sell products, to keep for yourself, or to give away as gifts. I would appreciate receiving credit and a link back to the site, however. Please do not republish or distribute the pattern in any way, or use my photos in your listings.
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I hope you enjoy this crochet pattern. If you have any questions or comments you can leave them below OR email me at firstname.lastname@example.org OR through the contact page on this site. I’d also love to see your finished creations! 🙂
Captain America Fingerless Gloves for Kids
Red Heart Super Saver, Medium Worsted Weight 4 (100% Acrylic, 364 yds, 7 oz) Blue, 1 skein, Red, 1 skein, White, 1 skein
Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends
H/8 5.0mm Hook
Sl st-Slip Stitch
HDC DEC- Half Double Crochet Decrease
BLO- Back Loop Only
Each row of the cuff will end with a Ch 1 and turn.
1) (In Red) SC in 2nd chain from hook and across. (8)
2-3) (In White) In BLO, SC in each across. (8)
4-5) (In Red) In BLO, SC in each across. (8)
6-23) Repeat Rounds 2-5
24) (In Red) In BLO, SC in each across. (8)
SS to the beginning chain to make a cuff, turn the cuff inside out so that the slip stitch seam is on the inside. Ch 1 (Chains do not count as stitches.)
Now start the hand part of the glove. This section is worked in joined rounds. Unless noted, each round will start with a Ch 2 and end with a sl st to the first stitch of the round.
1) (In Blue) Ch 1, SC evenly around the edge of the cuff. (24)
2) HDC in each around. (24)
3) HDC 2, HDC DEC, HDC in next 9, HDC DEC, HDC in last 9. (22)
4-8) HDC in each around. (22)
9) HDC 5, 2HDC, HDC in next 11, 2HDC, HDC in last 9. (24)
10) HDC 6, 2HDC, HDC in next 11, 2HDC, HDC in last 4. (26)
11-LEFT) HDC 6, Ch 3, skip 5, HDC 15. (21 HDC, 3 Ch)
11-RIGHT) HDC 19, Ch 3, skip 5, HDC 2. (21 HDC, 3 Ch)
12-LEFT) HDC 6, HDC 3 across Ch space, HDC 15. (24)
12-RIGHT) HDC 19, HDC 3 across Ch space, HDC 2. (24)
13) SC in each around. (24)
Finish Off, Weave in Ends
In White yarn. Make 2.
Round 1) Using the Magic Ring technique (OR Ch 3 and sl st to first chain to form a ring) HDC 10, sl st to top of 1st HDC..
Round 2) *Chain 4. In 2nd Chain from hook (and working back down the chain) sl st, SC, HDC. Skip 1 HDC and sl st to next. * Repeat from * to * 4 more times for a total of 5 points of your star. Finish off. Leave long tail for sewing.
Sew on the stars to the top side of each glove, weave in the ends and you’re done! You’re little superhero can punch Hitler in style! 🙂
Note: This pattern is available for free. You are welcome to use the pattern to make and sell products. I would appreciate receiving credit and a link back to the site. Please do not republish or distribute the pattern in any way, or use my photos in your listings.
Also, these patterns are untested by anyone other than myself at this point. If you find any errors or places that need clarification, please let me know so that I can fix my mistakes.
I hope you enjoy this crochet pattern. If you have any questions or concerns you can email me at email@example.com OR through the contact page on my web site www.auburnelephant.com. I’d also love to see your finished creations! 🙂