Julie's Creative Lifestyle

Easy Crochet Fingerlass Gloves

Thursday, February 7, 2019




Hello blog friends.  I hope you're all staying warm this winter as it's cold in some parts of the world.  I have a fun project that you might like to crochet and keep your hands warm this winter. 



Me Sampling the Crochet Gloves I Made!



Before the holidays, I started back at the beginning of November, making six pairs of crochet fingerless gloves for my daughter and her college friends.  I wanted to make them so that they could have a handmade gift for Christmas.

I was inspired to make these when my friend from my crochet group was making these for her daughter.  I thought that this would be a fun project for me too.

The pattern to make these crochet fingerless gloves can be found on YouTube with Fiber Spider.  You just have to type in on YouTube easy crocheted fingerless gloves tutorial and look for Fiber Spider. 







I watched the video from Fiber Spider on how to make these crochet gloves.  He explains the process really well and shows you how to make these easy crochet fingerless gloves.  It's really a lot easier to watch a video when making different projects.

I used medium worsted weight yarn that was variegated in different colors and black yarn.  I chose this kind of yarn because they can easily be hand washed and will keep your hands warm.

The stitch that I used to create these gloves is the single crochet in the back loop.

Below you can see the photos I took of the crocheted gloves I made.


2 Fingerless Gloves Made Before Sewing Them Together



Pinning the Side of Fingerless Glove with Stitch Markers



Sewing up the Fingerless Glove with the Yarn


One Set of Fingerless Gloves All Finished


6 Sets of Fingerless Gloves with Hand Cream


Fingerless Gloves and Hand Cream in a Holiday Bag


6 Sets of Fingerless Gloves 



I had so much fun making this project for my daughter and friends.  They were all so surprised and really liked the crocheted gloves.  Knowing that made me happy.  :)

I hope I've inspired you to make them too.  Stay warm everyone and see you all soon.  





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Julie

13 comments:

  1. What a fun idea for a gift bag! I try to remember to put lotion on the backs of my hands when I walk. It sure helps! Love all of your projects! I love COLOR!!! Hugs!

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  2. These fingerless gloves are very easy to make, which makes them a lovely handmade gift suitable for beginners. Thank you for sharing how you made them, Julie! The holidays sets with that fun bag and the hand cream were great. I'm sure all the girls loved them. :-)
    Hugs

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  3. Wow! this is easy but looks so elegant.

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  4. I just LOVE these. If I knew how to crochet, I'd make them for all my grandgirls...

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  5. Aww this is such a sweet idea!! I bet they all loved them. They turned out really cute!

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  6. The gloves are so cute, but mostly, I am loving the idea of you taking the time to make something special for your daughter's friends!

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  7. Such a sweet and thoughtful gift, Julie! They turned out so pretty and love that you added the hand cream. xx Karen

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  8. What a great gift Julie, I love how those gloves are made from the side, so easy! Thank you for the link I shall certainly be making some of these. Have a great weekend. xx

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  9. What a wonderful gift idea, Julie! Your gloves turned out so pretty, and the hand cream was a nice bonus.

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  10. What a great gift and I have been wanting some myself! They look easy enough, thanks so much Julie!
    Jenna

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  11. Oh my gosh, these are my favorites!! I wear a pair all the time...and sometimes in the house when I'm cold. What a beautiful job you did. And btw, your nails are gorgeous. What a great color!!

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  12. These are so lovely, Julie! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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  13. These gloves are beautiful, Julie, and would be perfect for me. I have Renauld's syndrome in a few of my fingers, and have recently been told keeping your wrists warm can help. Our grocery stores are very cold, so I could even wear these when shopping!

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