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Slip on these lovely fingerless gloves anytime you want to feel like a lady. The scalloped edge and delicate ribbon gives these Lovely Lady Gloves just the right amount of timeless elegance. These fingerless gloves are a great way to keep your hands warm while your fingers are free to do normal daily activities such as sip your morning coffee, make a phone call, or surf the Internet. Vintage-inspired crochet pattern like these fashionable gloves will never go out of style.


Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This simple project is perfect for getting started on fingerless gloves. Olivia has written nice, clear instructions and illustrated them with photos of specific points in the process. Its worked entirely in Half Double Crochet with just a chain carry for the thumbhole. Since its also worked in the round, theres nothing to sew up either. I love that dainty ribbon and lace accent at the wrist, too!

Cute. Love the little add on of the ribbon tied into a bow to bring a more femine look to these lovely lady gloves. I almost said humps. LOL. Now I have that song stuck in my head. This is one of those tried and true quick and easy projects and I love how your fingers are left free to continue working while your hand stays warm.

This is a very sweet pattern for these fingerless gloves! It is well written and the artist has a you tube channel where she demonstrates the stitches involved, which is perfect for us visual folks! I think I'm going to make up a pair for both of my daughters who are both colder natured. They'll help them make it through the transitional seasons. Not quite sure about the ribbon yet but we'll see!

This Lovely Lady Gloves pattern is very timely for the coming cold months. It is easy to make as it used a very simple kind of stitch, the single crochet. The size is just right to keep the palm warm while allowing you to conveniently do some texting, writing, holding your coffee cup, and other things.

I haved work this kind of pattern for a while because of stiff finger. But I am going to try this one.

I love this pattern! I made a pair of fingerless gloves before and the pattern was a little difficult. Mainly I think it was the yarn I was using. I made the gloves for when I get my nails done I get precancer spots from the UV light that is used. I just put the gloves one, gel the nail and stick them under the light! I used cotton yarn as I did not know what the UV light would do to synthetic.

These are darling. I would make several for myself, family, and friends. Depending on the type of yarn used these gloves can be an elegant or casual accessory or everyday use.

These fingerless gloves look super easy to make. The half-double crochet keeps the gloves from being too thin or too bulky. I would think that the problem with these is keeping the same tension in each glove. The little ribbon in the glove is nice accent. Thanks for posting.

I love how people say these are for decoration, not warmth. For those of us in Florida, they are just right for warmth. It dips down around freezing a lot in the Winter and most nights are in the 40's-50's. People here are not use to that. So I make them both useful and decorative as you can see in the pictures. I sell them online and fellow floridians buy them up.

i like this pattern - its simple. I did not have enough wool so I used a contrasting colour for the ends - top and bottom. The gloves were made in dark grey and I did 2 extra rows in black. I did not do the "shell" edging - i didnt have enough wool too. haha. I was able to finish up al the leftover wool I have. I now have a great project for all those extras

I made this in cotton yarn and love it.

Lovely pattern. Thanks for sharing! Great for wearing at work, running errands, and around the house to keep hands a little warmer. I like forestrose's idea of making them supportive. How perfect for us crafters!

One of the first things to go at our annual craft fair are the fingerless gloves. We called them "texting" gloves and couldn't keep them on the table. Young girls love them! While they are more decorative than practical, they do keep the wrists and palms warm enough.

They aren't meant for warmth. They are decorative

I haven't tried this particular pattern so can't speak to it specifically. However I can speak to the general concept. Fingerless gloves or mitts for me are not so much a matter of warmth as they are to serve other purposes. They can provide wrist and hand support when performing tasks like crochet, typing, needlepoint, etc where you require the use of your fingers but for some the repetitive motion can cause discomfort after a period of time. Simply stitch the sizing on the mitt tight enough to provide the required support for your needs without restricting motion, wear ability, etc for the intended user.

These gloves aren't really to be used during cold winter, it is a fashion statement, too. I have designed fingerless gloves and they are lovely.

I would never wear fingerless gloves, because, when my hands are cold, my fingers are even colder. The finger tips get cold first and then the cold seeps into the joints, so the palm of my hand is the last part to get cold... yes, even after the wrist. Imo, these might be pretty, but they are far from practical if you need something to keep your hands warm.


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