These fabulous crochet fishnet gloves are made with the diamond mesh stitch. They works up very fast and have a squish and stretchy texture. Make them in bright colors for an 80’s outfit, or black for your halloween costume. This free crochet pattern post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you.
This coming week is going to be a bit busy. I have a big creative blogger conference, and one of the events in an 80’s party (I can’t decide if I am excited or not, I don’t really love dancing in public with strangers). I am a bit of an introvert in certain situations! Anyway, I knew I needed some funky neon accessories, so I whipped up these Crochet Fishnet Fingerless Gloves using the diamond mesh stitch. They work up pretty quick, and I love how they look with this bright yarn! So fun.
Depending on the yarn, these could really be for anything! They are super comfortable to wear, too.
CROCHET FISHNET GLOVES – FREE CROCHET PATTERN
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Notes: You can always customize the size! Make this band larger/shorter for a different size. Then adjust the rest of the pattern accordingly.
1. Work a ch-less sc foundation, 32 sts. (adjust in multiples of 4)
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2. Ch 1. Sc in each st around. (36 sts)
3. *Ch 5. Sk 3 sts. Sc in nex st * repeat all around. You will work a sc in last st.
4. You will now work in continuous rounds: *Ch 5. Sc in next 5-ch loop.* Repeat all around.
Repeat Round 4 until your fingerless gloves are as tall as you would like. Sl st into next 5-ch space to finish off the last row.
No need to create holes of your thumbs, just find a corresponding hole in the mesh.
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