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Londie’s Handmade Crochet
Dragon Scale Fingerless Gloves
If you need to adjust the size you can start with a number of chains that is divisible by 6 in order to fit your
hand and have completed scales in the round. The lower part of the gloves can easily by adjust by
decreasing or increasing your number of dc clusters. Using a hook one size larger will give you a larger
size also. I think this pattern is a good place to start and easily adjustable to you. Just have fun with it.
One skein of Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable Yarn 100% acrylic (14 wpi) or similar fingering weight
Hook: F / 3.75 mm
Finished size: 10 long, 3 3/4 inches at widest part, 3 1/2 inches at decrease.
Finished weight: 3.2 oz / 90 g. 242 yards / 221 meters
Chain 36 Join with sl st to form ring.
Or foundation single crochet 36
Rnd 1 Ch 3 (counts as dc and throughout). 1 Dc in same st as join. Ch 2. Skip 2 stitches. 1 dc in
next st. Ch 2, Skip 2 stitches. *2 dc in next stitch. Ch 2, skip 2, 1 dc in next stitch, ch 2*. Continue around.
Sl st to top of first dc to join. (see example 1). You should have 6 pairs of dc. Do not turn your work.
example 1: Join with a slip stitch into the top of the beginning dc
Ch. 3. At first dc pair, make 4 dc around first dc post. (see example 2) (5 dc)
ch 1. Turn your work counter clockwise to work 5 dc up and around the second dc post. (first scale
made). Sl st into next dc st to secure your scale. (see example 3)
*5 dc around first dc post of next pair. Ch 1. Turn counter clockwise to work 5 more dc up and around
second post to complete scale. Sl st into next dc st to secure*. Repeat around. Insert your hook into the
corner of the first scale and sl st into last dc in the round. This will close the gap between the two scales
and look neater. (6 scales made)
First scale made
Rnd 3 Ch 3. dc in same st. *ch 2. Dc in center of scale stitch. Ch 2. 2 dc into top of dc that is
in between the 2 scales. Ch 2* and repeat around (see example 4). Sl st in top of beginning dc.
Rnd 4-14 Repeat rounds 2 and 3 until you have completed 7 rounds of dragon scales.
Rnd 15 Ch 3. 2 dc in the same stitch as join. *Ch 1. 3 dc in center of scale. Ch 1. 3 dc in top of dc that
is between the 2 scales* Repeat around 8 more times. When you reach the last scale, ch 7 for thumb
hole. Sl st to top of first dc to join. (50 stitches)
Rnd 16 Ch. 4. (Counts as first dc, ch 1). 3 dc in ch 1 space. Repeat around 10 more times. 3 dc in first
ch of chain 7. Ch 1. Skip 2 chains. 3 dc in next chain. Ch1. Skip 2 chains. 2 dc in same stitch as first dc.
Join (52 stitches)
Rnd 17 Ch. 3. Dc in same stitch. Do not ch 1 throughout. 3 dc in next space. Repeat around. 2 dc in
last space. Join (37)
Ch. 3. Dc in same stitch. 3 dc in next space. 2 dc in next two spaces, Repeat 3 times. Join (30)
Ch 3. Dc in same space. 2 dc in each space around. Join (26)
Rnd 20 Ch 3. 3 dc in next space. *Skip 1 space. 3 dc in next 3 spaces*. Repeat around. Work 2 dc
in last space and join to first dc. (30)
Ch 3. 2 dc in same space. 3 dc in each space around. Join (30)
Continue to work 3 dc in each space for 8 more rounds or until you get desired length.
Ch 1. Sc in each stitch around. Join (30)
Last Rnd Ch 3. Sl st in third chain from hook (picot made). Sc in next 5 stitches. ch 3. Sl st in third
chain from the hook. Repeat around and join in first stitch. Finish off.
Hope you like this pattern and enjoy making it.
Disclaimer: This is an original pattern by me Yolanda Oliver of Londie's Handmade Crochet (May
2016). Please do not claim it as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern
but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but please DO
NOT sell the pattern. You may sell products made from this pattern but please clearly credit the design to
me, Yolanda Oliver of Londie's Handmade Crochet. and provide a link to my