Green Thumb Wristers (which appears to be completely identical to the Touchdown Wristers pattern except for the yarn color) The pattern as written is too small for my delicate, ladies' hands--which I assume you are quite small, as I am a lady--so you may need to adjust. Several times. I ended up going with Chain 16.
Assuming you know how to a half double crochet stitch and can adapt a pattern to the tiny, daintiness of your feminine hands, it's pretty easy. The biggest problems I had were getting used to the bulky yarn and the big ass hook. The yarn (Hometown USA in Minneapolis Purple) splits easily, and I'm not really sure how to describe working with the big ass hook. Really, my first instinct is make remarks that could be interpreted as lewd, yet are innocent descriptors of a crochet hook.
Mad with hubris, I crocheted the next glove, then decided to just compare it with the other one. I had no need for rulers or other math-based implements! Even the gods themselves could not match my skill or wit!
Next up: a matching hat. I've started using my big ass crochet hook and the hat part of the kitty hat pattern. I might tighten it up since I really dislike hats where you can see the person's head through the fabric.