These Mother of Dragons’ inspired, Crocodile Stitch Khaleesi Fingerless Gloves have been a hit! They are so quick to make that some of you that couldn’t wait for this first first set of instructions and got their ad-free PDF pattern seem to be mass-producing them by the dozen. This is the perfect quick and sure to wow the recipients.
Most importantly, If you have been wanting to learn the Crocodile Stitch, this is a great chance to learn, step-by-step, with support if you have questions by joining our Bonita Patterns Crochet Alongs CALs. I promise you, the only intimidating thing in this project is the name “crocodile”! We have a fun and supportive group made of professionals and crocheters from all over the world, with all sorts of crocheting levels and skills that meets on Facebook to create and spend good times together. You can join our Facebook group HERE.
The project is rated “Intermediate,” but if you are an adventurous beginner and know the basic crochet stitches (slip stitch, chain and double crochet) you can tackle this with the help of our CAL!
This pattern was part of a Bonita Patterns Crochet Along and FREE (for a limited time) from Friday, November 17 through Sunday, December 17, 2017, You can purchase a discounted, ad-free, printable PDF below
2 skeins of Bonita Yarns Merino Dream in Prism Shades (Sport weight, 328 yards/ 300 m; 50% merino wool, 50% acrylic). You can purchase this yarn in several self-striping colors at my yarn shop: www.bonitapatterns.com — You can make two matching pairs of gloves with two skeins.
Size F (3.75 mm) crochet hook or any size hook to obtain gauge.Stitch marker
Yarn needle for weaving in your end
If you have any questions, the best way to get help in a jiffy is joining our Bonita Patterns CALs on Facebook HERE.
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