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  1. Hi all, I finished these fingerless gloves up weeks ago, but just now decided to photo0 them, ha ha, I made them for my brunch bunch, and by the end of 7 pair, got it down pat, lol well each pair is definately a bit different than the last , sooo pretty good, for never being able to make two things exactly alike, lol least I can do that now! (seven was pushing it, lol ) well thanks carol, they do look so cute, on a real hand, lol kind of two dimentional in the pics, laying flat, that's why I tried one on for you all to see, much cuter!!
  2. Birds of a Feather Finger-less Gloves - Meladora's Creations Stay tuned for the whole set! Pattern & tutorial can be found here http://www.meladorascreations.com/brdsofafeathergloves.htm Meladora's Creations
  3. Meladora

    Butterfly Stitch Gloves

    These are great for keeping your hands warm while on the computer or on chilly days and look stylish too! http://meladorascreations-com.webs.com/bfsfingerlessgloves.htm
  4. This half-finger gloves pattern can be made with or without the separate fingers. The body is made with a modified half-double crochet stitch – it looks a lot like the knit garter stitch. It’s a firm, textured stitch but still has some stretch to it. While not overly difficult, the modified half-double crochet may take a bit to become comfortable to work. I recommend taking the time to stitch a gauge swatch both to check your tension against what is listed in the pattern as well as to practice the stitch. Once you develop a rhythm to creating this stitch, your gloves will be completed quickly! In addition to the modified half-double crochet, this pattern uses the foundation double-crochet stitch. Instructions on how to do this are in the pattern as well as a link to a video tutorial. Other stitches used are slip stitches, single crochet and post double crochet stitches with minimal shaping. My pattern testers reported it took 3-5 hours per glove (with the half-fingers). Don't be afraid to try this pattern; recent feedback from a customer: Awesome pattern, easy to follow. And that's saying a lot since I hardly know how to crochet! Very cute! Pattern available for immediate download at: My Etsy Shop My Craftsy Pattern Store On Ravelry
  5. One of my favorite patterns - this pattern uses a unique modified half-double crochet stitch that truly looks like the knitted garter stitch. I love this stitch and hope to make more use of it on other designs soon. This pattern is available with instant download on: Ravelry Etsy Craftsy Or if you prefer a PDF to be emailed to you, you can purchase on my website: PamDaleyDesigns.comEnjoy!
  6. hhensler

    Darn It!

    I learned how to knit ladders, and made these gloves...some of the ladders I filled in with faux darning, some I left. I worked the seam on the outside of the glove & bordered the top, bottom, and thumb hole with crochet.
  7. My first attempt at knitting some fingerless gloves...no pattern, just winged it. I made a rectangle & sewed it up...poorly.
  8. crochetbug13

    Grape Fizz Victorian texting gloves!

    I have been making these texting gloves with Catherine DePasquale's free pattern to give as gifts, but I made this pair for myself with Red Heart Super Saver's grape fizz. They are perfect with my vintage coat with three-quarter length sleeves. Here is my blog post about finishing them.
  9. Meladora

    BFS Fingerless Gloves

    These are great for cool days and stylish too! These are made using the stitch I discovered, The Butterfly Stitch. You can see the free pattern and Tutorial here Meladora's Creations
  10. I was looking for a couple of people to test my men's fingerless glove pattern. It's really simple using mainly just sc stitches and a ww yarn. I used some Paton wool and it took just one skein of 210 yards or 192 m of yarn. I usually don't test patterns but wonder if there a few people who are available to immediately crochet the pattern just to see how they fit and any suggestions/problems anyone might have with the pattern. They work up very fast. Here is a picture.
  11. hhensler

    Cabled Mitts

    I wanted to try some cables with fingering weight yarn, so I made my daughter these fingerless gloves...I like the way the cables look, but it turns out I have no idea how to make a fingerless glove LOL!