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Fingerless Gloves

A Quick & Easy Project

Fingerless gloves are a novel concept.

I’ve found them a valuable asset in many situations.*

Wear them over you regular gloves or alone.

 

* You can use your touch phone, pad, etc. without need to remove them like regular gloves.

 

 

 

 

When it's cool enough in your room for everything but your fingers.

* They keep your hands warm in the house (even in the air conditioning) while maintaining your dexterity which is impossible when wearing regular gloves (i.e. sewing = hand quilting and embroidery and typing on the computer).

* They add an extra layer of warmth to your hands when worn over regular gloves and without extra bulk in the fingers that occurs when two pair of gloves are worn.

* They are warm worn alone outdoors before it gets cold i.e. fall and spring.

* If wearing the gloves and your fingers get a little chilly, simply slide the glove down over your fingers – it’s warm inside there.That

* If your arms get chilly in church or class, put these on and roll them up - beats carrying around a sweater (and losing one).

* A single glove makes a nice muff. You can fit both hands and forearms in.

* If your skin is sensitive, bruises easily, tears easily, long fingerless gloves will help protect them.

* If you have an injury to your arm that requires bandaging, fingerless gloves will hold the bandages in place and keep them clean.

* If you have to wear a wrist support, fingerless gloves will fit over it and make it look more palatable.




Calligraphy Alphabet

"When archaeologists discover the missing arms of Venus de Milo, they will find she was wearing boxing gloves."

- John Barrymore

Patterns

  • Full Size Patterns Included - Right and Left
  • Pattern is four (4) pages - Print, Trim, and Tape together
  • Includes directions how to trim and tape together
  • Requires stretch knits only
  • Pattern is elbow length but can be shorter when the top is turned down into a cuff
  • Pattern Fits Most Women and Men
  • Easy and Quick to Make
  • These Gloves are Reversible

Embroidery Designs

All Designs Fit 5x7 hoop

Although 4x4 designs can be used as long as sewn in the “Embroidery Area” marked on the pattern

Fingerless Gloves Machine Embroidery Design Details, Part 1

 

The one color design sews with any jumps
See the pink glove below for photos of a sew out

 

The machine embroidered side to my navy/cream pair.Navy Gloves with Cream Lining

Cuff turned down

Hand stitched some lace flowers from my stash and voila!

Reverse Side Navy Gloves

Flowers from floral lace yardage from Hobby Lobby

Flowers hand sewn over pearl areas on navy side

Added a little extra embellishment with this pair, by hand-sewing pearls throughout the embroidery.Pearls Hand Sewn Throughout Design

Pearls in flower centers and clusters of three (3) that emulate the clusters of 3 French knots within the design

Sewing a bit of rick rack into the seam seemed like the right thing to do.Close Up of Navy Cuff with Rick Rack in Seam

Fingerless Glove Design Details, Part 2

 

They're all the hoot!

Cream Glove with “Hoot”

Lining Solid Teal blue

I see you.

Surprise!

I wasn’t expecting this when I turned the gloves inside out

Gotta love that face!

Yes, I am cute!

“Hoot”

Hubby sportin' his new gloves. Maybe I should have used a dark fabric.

Hubby happy with his new gloves

My Pink gloves are made from a tank top I love but has 2 bleach spots on the hem.
The pink stretchy lace is from the tank top. I removed it and added it to the glove

I originally planned to make this a one color design (lavender on pink)
However, when I found this fabric for lining I decided to make it two (2) colors (pink and green)

The one color design is digitized to sew without any jumps.
The two color design, the green sews without jumps but of course the pink has a jump between each section.

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Butterflies Collection

My pretty pink gloves, embroidered side.Pink Gloves Embroidery Side

The reversed side in pretty pink paisleyReverse Side of Pink gloves

The lace is optional...but not really.Top Cuff with Lace

A little lace about my knuckles makes me feel like I stepped back in time.Knuckle end with Lace

Choosing the right lining fabric means getting two pair of gloves for the price of one.Reverse Side top cuff turned down

Do you think these might find their way on the the ladies professional boxing circuit. Perhaps I should send them a few pair.Knuckle end with Lace

My Fingerless Glove Project

  

What’s Included

  • All of the embroidery designs shown above for the left and the right glove
  • Instructions for embroidery placement and thread changes
  • Two (2) Full Size glove patterns - left and right
  • Instructions on how to trim and tape each pattern together
  • Instructions how to make the glove

$7.99 US

Machine formats included: ART, DST, EMD, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, VP3 & XXX

Design sizes are clearly marked. When ordering, be sure to order designs that will fit in your sewing machine hoop.

As with any software, refunds and exchanges will not be made.

 

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