As a person with a chronic illness, I spend a lot of time watching Netflix, especially the Marvel shows such as Daredevil and The Punisher. A few months ago, I decided to learn the art of tapestry crochet using probably the most complicated design to do so. I worked these in the round after finding that flat tapestry crochet warped the design somewhat (no-one want a wonky skull). The first time, I made them too big as I forgot that I have child-sized hands and had to unravel hours of hard work. I’m quite happy with how these turned out.
DK Cotton yarn in black and white
3.5 mm crochet hook
Fabric for lining (optional)
I don’t have a full pattern for these gloves as I made them by trial and error.
Chain enough stitches to go around your wrist. Join ends to make a circle (beware of twisting). Work in the round with black yarn for a few rows. Work pattern from chart (below) in black and white yarn. Scroll down for an introductory video on tapestry crochet by All Tapestry Crochet. Remember to leave a hole for your thumb. Finish the edges with a rib stitch.
To size up, use a thicker yarn or larger hook size. You can also use this chart for things other than gloves.
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