Thursday, November 11, 2010

Fingerless Glove Fruition!

I am happy to share with you my first pair of Fingerless Gloves!

   To say I love them would be an understatement! 

I love the way they turned out, the soft yarn, how warm they are, the almost floral quality to the stitches, the delicate scalloped edge... everything about them.

The simplicity of the stitch means these gloves work up rather quickly, but the composition is just lovely! 

    Also, the open spaces means they breath, but the acrylic yarn is really warm. They are flexible enough to move, but they stay on really well so they don't get in the way.

     This is the first pair, they are light blue and a good medium length. They work great for typing, writing, drawing, needle working, sewing, etc!

Their classic appearance and versatility mean that you could really use/wear them almost anywhere.  

 The gloves are fitted along the side seam, which is an adaptation from this pattern at Strand Over Fist. 

   This pair didn't turn out as evenly as the ones shown in the pattern above, but on the 10th or so try, I managed to make them look somewhat more even.   

Would you wear them? 
What do you think?


  1. I really like them...if you made them a little longer and in black, I would consider buying them!

  2. !!!!!!!!!!! I would wear them. And buy them if you were to make them in a darker color. ;)

  3. Thanks for all of the positive feed back, ladies! I appreciate it and will be making more in the weeks to come. I will have some that are navy, brown, dark gray, and hopefully more!

    I will make another post when they are done!
    Thanks again, and BLESSINGS!

  4. Fingerless gloves, awesome! I would buy a pair.