Ch27 and join with slip stitch to form circle. Or if you're like me and always get this twisted, then don't join it up until the end of Round 1, then stitch in the tail when you're finished (soooo much easier!!).
Rd 1: Ch2 then 1HDC in each stitch around. Join with slip stitch.
Rd 2: From this round onwards you will work into the spaces rather than the stitches.
Ch2 then 1HDC in each space around. Join with sl st. Repeat Rd 2 until required length from arm to wrist, then join with sl st.
Next round: Ch3 then in the same space 1DC, Ch1, 2DC. *Skip 3 chain spaces then in the next space 2DC, Ch1, 2DC*. Repeat from * to * around then join with sl st.
Next round: Slip Stitch into next stitch then Ch3, 1DC into Ch1 space from previous round, Ch1, 2DC into same space. From here on you will be making your stitches into the Ch1 space from the previous round, *2DC, Ch1, 2DC*, repeat *to* to end of round, joining with a sl st. repeat this round until you reach your desired length and fasten off.
For my smallish hand I made a total of 12 rows of HDC and then 5 rounds of the fan pattern. I wanted the wrist part to be nice and snug. The fan pattern gives it a bit of stretch so you're hand won't feel restricted.
And to end my week, I had some lovely news from Karen telling me that I had won her fantastic giveaway!! I couldn't believe my luck. Thank you Karen - it really made my day.
Well that's me for now. Have a fabulous week, see you again soon.