1 Skein of Fisherman's Wool
Granny Square (make 6 for each glove):
Ch 3 and join (follow video above)
Round one: dc 13 around
Round two: ch 1 and sc around
Round three: ch 2 and sc in next stitch
Round four: [ch 3, skip one stitch, sc in next. sc in next 5 sitches] repeat around
>Line up two squares and slip knot in corner of both squares.
>Sc across and when you reach the end, line up two more squares and continue sc across. Repeat this until all 6 squares are connected.
>Fold squares that are attached together and sc up the side joining the squares as a "tunnel"
>When you reach the top, ch 2 & dc around edge. Make sure you aren't joining the sides together, this will be an opening for your hand.
>Go back to the openings that are not connected and connect squares together by sc down the sides (see opening on fourth picture? single crochet those two squares together.)
>Make sure you close all the openings except one. This is the thumb hole.
>Join yarn to square with a slip knot at the thumb opening and dc around opening.
>Sc around and tie off.
Lay finished glove on top of fleece that is folded and cut out leaving a seam allowance. Sew around sides, leaving the top and bottom open. Place inside glove and sew around bottom to secure two pieces together.
beanie, but it is a great stepping stone to more complicated patterns.
**Photos & Videos shot by Chase Kennedy**