These beautiful, lacy fingerless gloves are a project works up in an hour or two. They also match my Primrose and Proper Slouch hat, and either the Primrose and Proper Super Scarf, or the Primrose and Proper Cowl, so you can make a complete set for a special person, or charity. This pattern is worked sideways to begin, then you will fold the resulting rectangle in half, put the edging on both ends, and then sew up the sides leaving room for the thumb hole. It’s pretty easy, and once you make the first glove the second should go very quickly.
"The Matteo Fingerless Gloves bring texture and warmth in this free crochet pattern. Keep your hands and wrists warm, while leaving your fingers free. Stylish and easy to wear for both men and women. These fingerless gloves complete the Matteo Set, so be sure to make the hat & scarf too. The crochet gloves pattern is written for two adult sizes: Small/Medium and Medium/Large. These fingerless gloves are worked flat and then seamed, leaving the thumbhole open."
Of course, Dragon Scale Fingerless Mitts are always season, and are loved not only by the fans of fantasy. While they make use of the unusual crocodile stitch, they aren’t hard. Consequently they have an awesome scale-like three dimensional pattern that interplays super well with the right choice of colors. Moreover, this technique may come in handy in other projects, so it’s good to learn and practice it.
The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry:
The full article about this pattern is on knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.com blog:
"The seaside fingerless gloves feature the spike stitch. These gloves are sized for women's small, medium, and large, and all three sizes are free on my blog. There are also video tutorials for how to crochet the spike stitch and how to make a thumb hole using foundation crochet stitches. You can use as many colors as you like, though I recommend using at least two colors to bring out the spike stitch details. It's a great scrapbusting pattern!"
"The Broomstick Lace fingerless gloves use beautiful broomstick lace to create eye-catching lace gloves. The post includes a photo tutorial for how to make the broomstick lace stitch and form the gloves. This is one of my earliest designs, and the instructions are for women's size small (though they are easily adjusted for size by adding extra rows of broomstick lace before finishing the glove. They are worked flat and then seamed. You will need a size 35 knitting needle or round tube of similar size (the cover of my candy thermometer works great!)"