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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. 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. 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. 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. 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!
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