Fold up the bottom 1/2 to hem the wrists, use a Zig Zag stitch
Tac the end of the elastic at one end, place it above your hem line, using your zig zag stitch sew down the elastic while pulling it tight to stretch it to the end of the glove as shown
By stretching the elastic is allows the glove to gather on its own and will help keep the cold air out
fold the glove right sides together as shown and pin/clip around the edges, sew around the glove to close it up, not necessary to sew the folded edge, back stitch a bunch at the wrist part as their will be more stress from being pulled on and off
and thats about it! snip the corner between the fingers and the thumb being sure not to slice the stitches and clip around the finger tips and thumb to help the fabric round out once flipped
Great scrap buster and i dont feel so bad if my kids loose them!
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Row 1 – sc in each stitch, ch3 turn your work (23)
Row 2 – Skip 2 stitches, DC into the next stitch, ch2, puff stitch into the the first stitch in the row (the ch3), to puff stitch place hook through the stitch yarn over, pull through bring about 3/4″ of yarn, put your hook back through the same stitch yarn over pull through bring about 3/4″ of yarn, and again put your hook through the same stitch yarn over pull through bring about 3/4″ of yarn and then yarn over and pull through 6 loops, ch1 to secure the puff, * skip 2 stitches DC in the next, chain 2, puff stitch into the previous double crochet space, slip stitch to secure putt, * repeat till the end of the row, ending with a DC in the last stitch, Ch3 and yarn over.
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Row 3 – (chain 3 counts as first DC), skip the first puff stitch and *dc into the next puff stitch space, chain 2, puff stitch into the first dc space, slip stitch to secure puff, *repeat till end of the row
Repeat row 3 until piece measures 60″ in length
sew the two ends together either with single crochets or with a darning needle and yarn (if you wish for it to be an infinity scarf
finish off the end if you wish to have a classic scarf with fringe!
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