Today, I would like to introduce you to Hayley Robinson with her Perfect Fingerless Gloves. These really are beautiful. They have such a lovely fit.
With the new year, I see that many of you are wanting to commit to learning something new. This project is in Tunisian crochet and it’s a great project to learn! You will use the following stitches:
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- Foundation Row
- Tunisian Knit Stitch
- Tunisian Full Stitch
- Slip Stitch Bind Off
The project is made flat then seamed with slip stitch so you won’t need to learn to work in the round. Just work flat and seam with slip stitch to mimic the knit stitches already in place. I love the unique details that give this a look of knitting, including the little bit of rolling on the top and bottom edges.
See Hayley’s other designs on Ravelry here.
If you need some help with the stitches, please be sure to check out my free online videos, available for both right-handed and left-handed orientations. Click the image or HERE.
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