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Gloves with Lace Cuff Pattern #219


This free pattern originally published in: Spool Cotton #66, Paris Sponsors Crochet

Materials: Clark's O.N.T. (6 balls) or J. & P. Coats Mercerized Crochet (4 balls) size 20, White, or Ecru. Milward's steel crochet
hook No. 6.
Palm: Beginning at wrist, ch 82 (to measure about 7 inches), turn. 1st row: D c in 4th ch from hook, * ch 1, skip 1 st of
foundation ch, d c in next st, and repeat from * to end of ch (40 sps in all). Ch 4, turn. 2nd to 7th rows incl: D c in 1st sp of

previous row, * ch 1, d c in next sp, and repeat from * to end of row (40 sps in all). When the 7th row is completed, ch 5 and join
with a d c to 1st sp of same row to close up opening, and work in rnds, making 3 sps over this ch-5 (43 sps). 8th to 16th rnds incl:
* ch 1, d c in next sp, and repeat from * around. 17th rnd: Lay work down, having opening in center and work sps (about 5 sps
from center opening for left hand glove) toward folded edge, then ch 15, skip 8 sps, d c in 9th sp, * ch 1, d c in next sp, and repeat
from * around, making 8 sps over ch-15 (43 sps). 17th to 26th rnds incl: Same as 8th rnd (43 sps in rnd).
Fingers. Forefinger should be directly above thumb opening. Work across 6 sps from outside edge of finger, ch 5, cross over to
inside of glove and make 1 d c in 6th sp from outside edge, then * ch 1, d c in next sp, and repeat from * around (making 4 sps over
ch-5) until there are about 15 rnds (16 sps). Try on, and if too short, continue working till length desired. It is better not to have the
fingers too long. Draw top together and finish off. Middle Finger. Attach thread to bottom of forefinger at back of glove and work
across 6 sps, ch 8, cross to palm side of glove, and make 1 d c in 6th sp from forefinger. Work across these 6 sps, then over sps
between fingers, and continue around until there are about 17 rnds. Finish off as before. Ring Finger: Same as middle finger until
there are about 16 rnds. Little Finger: Same as forefinger until there are about 13 rnds. Thumb. Attach thread, and work around
thumb opening until there are about 14 rnds (17 sps). Finish off as before. Finish Opening. Attach thread to 1st sp at palm on little
finger side. 1st row: 3 d c in 1st sp of opening, * 2 d c in next sp, and repeat from * to end of opening. Ch 1, turn. 2nd row: S c in
each d c of one-third of opening, then ch 4 (or more depending on size of buttonhole desired), skip 4 s c, s c in each d c of onethird of same opening, make another buttonhole as previous one, and complete by making s c in each d c to end. Ch 1, turn. 3rd
row: S c in each s c, and 5 s c (or more) over each buttonhole. Work other side of opening same as this, but with no buttonholes.
Cuff. Attach thread to 1st sp at opening at wrist 1st row: 2 s c in each sp to end of row. Join with sl st to 1st s c, thus closing
opening. Hereafter work in rnds. 2nd rnd: Ch 4, * skip 3 s c, d c in next s c, ch 3, 3 d c around d c just made, repeat from * to end
of rnd. Join with sl st to point at ch-3 of 1st shell (20 shells in all). 3rd rnd: * ch 4, s c in point of next shell, repeat from * around (20
loops). 4th rnd: Make 5 s c over each ch-4 to end of rnd. 5th rnd: * ch 6, skip 3 s c, s c in next s c, repeat from * until 23 loops are
made, then ch 6, s c in 1st loop. (Since the number of loops must be divisible by 3, there must be 24 loops in all in this rnd) 6th rnd:
* 3 d c in next loop, ch-3 p, 3 d c in same loop, s c in next loop, ch 6, s c in next loop, repeat from * around completing last group of
shells, and s c in last loop (8 groups of shells in all). 7th rnd: * ch 6, s c in center d c of 3-d c just before p of group of shells, ch 6,
skip p, s c in center d c of 3-d c after same p, ch 6, s c under next loop. Repeat from * around. 8th rnd: Same as 6th rnd, thus
having groups of shells over each other. 9th to 28th rnds incl: Repeat 7th and 8th rnds alternately (12 shells deep). 29th rnd: * ch
6, s c in center d c of 3-d c just before p of group of shells, ch 6, skip p, s c in center d c of 3-d c after same p, ch 6, s c under next
loop, ch 6, s c under same loop (thus increasing 1 loop), repeat from * around. 30th rnd: * 3 d c in next loop (which is directly over
group of shells), ch-3 p, 3 d c in same loop, s c in next loop, ch 6, s c in next loop, ch 6, s c in next loop, repeat from * around. 31st
to 38th rnds incl: Work in pattern as usual always keeping groups of shells over groups of shells (17 shells deep). If longer cuff is
desired add a few more rnds. After the last rnd of shells is completed, finish off the edge by a rnd of ch-6 loops with a ch-3 p at
center of each loop.

Stiffen cuff with gelatine or starch.


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