Chevron fingerless mitts
06/02/2017 edit: The pattern is a bit unclear on how you pick up the yarn to make the alternating colour rows after one and two! The gloves are worked flat but once you work the first row, you tie on the second colour at the start of the previous row rather than the end. So, I started off with grey and finished on the right side of my work, then I tied on pink at the left side and worked over to the right side. Then I picked up the grey again and worked back over to the left, then picked up the pink on the right and worked that over to the left side as well. If you consider the lines in pairs, once you finish a pair, the working yarns should be on the same side of the flat project ^___^
Ooops! There’s a mistake in this pattern! After crocheting three single stitches into one stitch (3 into 1), there should be three single stitches into the next three stitches instead of two! >____< Sorry folks!
This pattern was released as part Tanya & Lisa’s Get Geometric 2015 KAL beginning 19 January. Check out our forum for further details or to join the KAL.
The technique used to create the chevron pattern requires two colours of yarn, which you do not tie off until the end of the pattern; this ensures that you end the pattern with only four ends to weave in!