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The moment that I saw this Velvety Smooth yarn, I knew I had to make something with it, and preferably something wearable.  The whole time I was walking through Hobby Lobby I couldn’t stop rubbing it, it is SOOOOO soft.  I bought 2 skeins in purple and it only took less than one to make the gloves and I’m thinking about making a matching headband.

And, if the bow isn’t your style, you can just leave if off.


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Things you will need:


  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • fsc = foundation single crochet ( I have a video tutorial here for this stitch)
  • t = turn
  • Sl st = slip stitch


  • 8 st x 10 r = 4” in sc


You may need a stitch marker to keep track of the 1st stitch of each round.



Rnd 1: 15 fsc, sl st into 1st st to join (15)

Rnd 2-12: ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st into 1 st of round. (15)

On round 13 we will create the thumb hole.

Rnd 13: ch 1, sc in 4 st, ch 2, skip 2 st, sc in rest of st for the round, sl st into 1st st of round. (13 sc, ch 2 space)

Rnd 14: ch 1, sc in 3 st, sc in each ch st, sc in each st around, sl st into 1st st of round. (15)

Rnd 15-16: ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st into 1st st of round. (15)

Cut yarn, weave in ends.


Row 1: ch 8, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch st across (7)

Row 2-5: ch 1, t, sc in each st across (7)

Cut yarn, weave in ends.

Cut a 24’’ piece of yarn.  Pinch the middle of the little rectangle that you just made.

Take the long piece of yarn, lay it over the middle of the bow, with the yarn length being even on each side.  Begin to wrap the bow leaving a 6’’ tail of yarn from each side, tie the 2 pieces together to hold the bow together.

Using the tails, attach the bow to the glove.  I go ahead and wrap the yarn back through the gloves and over the bows to secure it so it won’t twist.

Finish weaving in ends and repeat for the other glove.

Have fun and crochet away

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