I shared the picture above on Facebook and a few people requested the pattern. So I recorded it in a PDF file, which is available at this Google Drive Link. If you don't want the PDF file, but still want the pattern, see below.
Lacy Fingerless Gloves
By Alison M. Caddell
Materials/Tools Used in Picture:
I Love This Cotton Yarn from Hobby Lobby with an H-hook.
· Foundation row: Make a chain that is long enough to go around your wrist, then join with a slip stitch.
· Row 1: SC in second chain and each chain after, then join with a slip stitch.
· Rows 2 & 3: Chain 4 (counts as one DC + a chain), *skip a stitch, then DC in the next stitch; repeat from * until the end, then join with a slip stitch in the third chain of the chain 4 from the beginning.
· Rows 4 & 5: Chain one, DC in next stitch, 2 DC in next stitch; **one DC in next two stitches, two DC in next stitch; repeat from ** until the end, join with a slip stitch.
PART TWO - Thumb Hole:
· Make a chain that loosely fits around your thumb, then join in the starting stitch with a slip stitch to create a circle.
· Divide the number of chains you made in half. [Example: I made a chain of ten, some mines equaled five.]
· Chain one. Now, based on the number you got from dividing in half, join that number of chains to one side of the glove with single crochet stitches, then join the rest to the other side with single crochet stitches. It will feel awkward, but you are continuing around the circle. Once you get to the end, join with a slip stitch in the chain one made earlier.
· Chain 3 (counts as a DC), one DC in each SC around, join with a slip stitch. Finish off, weave in end.
PART THREE - Rest of the Glove:
· Join yarn into anywhere on the glove outside of the thumb hole. Chain 1. Single Crochet in each stitch around, join into chain 1 with a slip stitch. NOTE - when you get to the parts close to the thumbhole, it helps to join a single crochet into the base of the thumbhole, to keep it unified looking.
· Same as Row 4 or 5 from part one. Finish off, weave in end.