Your email address will not be published. Stitch a single row of dc around the top of the joined cuff. Just make sure to place applique on the opposite side for second glove.
I worked 18 stitches but it is not essential to match that. You may have a couple more or less. Work in pale turquoise yarn.
Make 4 chains and join together with a slip stitch. You can do this using a magic circle if you prefer. For the second row of the circle make 1dc into the first stitch then 2 dc into the second, then 1dc into the next and 2dc into the one after.
Continue like this all the way round the circle. For the third round of the circle, make 1dc into the first two stitches and then 2dc into the third. Make 1dc into the next two stitches and 2 dc into the third.
When the other mitten is complete you have a pair of Iron Man fingerless mittens. Make one row of dc around the edge of the circle. Do this by making 1dc into the first three stitches and then 2dc into the fourth. Continue repeating this pattern of 1: Use the ends to sew the zapper to the glove.
Put the glove on to position the zapper so it lies in the centre of your palm. This is my first crochet tutorial and pattern so I have probably made mistakes. If you are making for a man with larger hands, you may want to add a couple of rows. Its always good to try the cuff round the wrist of the intended wearer at this stage to adjust if necessary. Bring the edges together, wrong side to wrong side. Join one end with a slip stitch and then chain 1. Crochet a dc stitch through both loops of the edge nearest to you and both loops of the edge opposite.
Turn and then make a row of dc stitches into the top of the cuff. Make one dc stitch into each trough and peak. This is the start of the main body of the mitt. Change colour when you reach the yellow stripe and then change back to red again when you reach the red section. That was 34 for me. Join the cuff edges with dc stitching to create a neat final rib on the right side. Weave in each end into a rib on the wrong side of the cuff, keeping the red ends in a red rib and the yellow ends in a yellow rib.
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Total of 30 sc. Using white yarn and a yarn needle, sew the circle applique onto the red rectangle. Because this pattern is for a smaller hand, I find it a little easier to sew the applique on first, before sewing up the sides of the glove. See the image for positioning the applique. Just make sure to place applique on the opposite side for second glove. That way your repulsor blasts are both in the right spots! Fold two sides to line up together, with the right side of your crochet facing inwards.
This should also cause your applique to face inwards as well. Line up your colors red and yellow as close as possible.
Fans of Iron Man or the Avengers are sure to love these fingerless Iron Man Gloves! Fast and easy to crochet, this crochet pattern is sure to save the day! Make a pair in any size by simply increasing your base chain to fit around your child's wrist. Crochet a pair of Iron Man gauntlets in any size by simply increasing your base chain to be long enough to fit around the wrist of your superhero and follow the rest of the free pattern. Simple, easy, and fast to crochet - these superhero gloves will save the day! A free crochet tutorial and pattern for Iron Man fingerless mittens. I saw pictures of these mitts on the internet and designed my own simple pattern.