Lace Fingerless Gloves

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Lace Fingerless Gloves Pattern


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Knitting: Lace Fingerless Gloves
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This is an intermediate+ level of knitting. I assume the creator knows how to knit and purl, cast on, bind off, pick up stitches and understands what a slip stitch is.

Pattern Description:

These are way fun to create and wear. Perfect for a lighter glove to wear indoors or out. Make them up in all white or black for bridal or cocktail needs too. The lace pattern in these is very dainty but durable. What's even better is the pattern is not difficult. Made in cotton and they are perfect for a covering without making your hands sweat. Wear them one way and then flip them around and don them the opposite way. These can use up some odds and ends yarn which is always a plus+! Also, they knit up fast!!! Make em in an evening or two and wear them!!
The main yarn took me about 62 yards/56 meters which is less than a full ball. The other yarns are leftovers I used up. If you elect to make em solid one ball ought to do it.

There are three sizes offered. The ones pictured are the smallest size which is a teen/adult small.


4 sts = 1 inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 sizes and the lace stretches to accomodate


  • Worsted weight yarn. Color 1 (main) It took about 62 yards which is about 56 meters of the main color. Another yarn for color 2; about 21 yards or 19 meters (around wrists), color 3 (wrist trim) use some scraps. Knitting needles size 10 or size to gauge. Set of DP (double pointed) needles size 9. Set of buttons. A tapestry or sewing needle that fits the yarn. Crochet hook of choice.

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 buttons

Suggested yarn:

65 yards of Worsted weight

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I've been pricking and stabbing myself with all sorts of pins for decades now. Doesn't matter what type they are - knitting, crochet, embroidery, beading, felting, dying, painting, coll-aging, sewing, gluing, burning...oh, heck - I just love a challenge! My Mother taught me to knit when I was very young and I have been hooked since! I love unusual needle-arts and seek them out with the idea to ...

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