July-August 2012 Issue

Henna Gloves

 

The traditional hand-dyeing art translates to a pretty crocheted pattern stitched in gorgeous glittery yarn.
By Brenda K. B. Anderson
YARN
RED HEART Stardust, 1.75oz/50g balls, each approx 191yd/174.65m (70% superwash wool, 25% nylon, 5% other)
1 ball #1303 Brown
CROCHET HOOK
Size B/1 (2.25mm) 
NOTIONS
Stitch markers
Yarn needle
SIZE
Women’s Adult
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Circumference 7"/18cm around hand
Length 6.25"/16cm from wrist edge to finger loop

The traditional hand-dyeing art translates to a pretty crocheted pattern stitched in gorgeous glittery yarn.

By Brenda K. B. Anderson

YARN

RED HEART Stardust, 1.75oz/50g balls, each approx 191yd/174.65m (70% superwash wool, 25% nylon, 5% other)

  • 1 ball #1303 Brown

CROCHET HOOK

  • Size B/1 (2.25mm) 

NOTIONS

  • Stitch markers
  • Yarn needle

SIZE

Women’s Adult

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Circumference 7"/18cm around hand

Length 6.25"/16cm from wrist edge to finger loop

NOTE ABOUT PATTERNS

This is only a preview of the pattern available in the July/August 2012 issue, so you can see the yarn and ensure you have the necessary supplies. If you have specific questions about this pattern, please email the editorial staff.

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Henna gloves

I made these in white crochet thread last year to wear to the Somewhere In Time event (1912 era) at Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, MI.
I had to make the wrist smaller (less rows) for myself. They turned out great and were more handy for holding wine & cocktail glasses than gloves.
NOW, I want to make them in black, but cannot find my issue. The "Pattern" link by the photo does not work. It just repeats the same page. :-(((

Fingerless Gloves

I think they rock! I've made up my own patterns for them before, but nothing like this. It's super-cute, and I can't wait to try it! And YES! Finglerless gloves are for ALL YEAR ROUND! Love it!

Thanks so much! We've put up

Thanks so much! We've put up Pinterest board of nail art (to wear with fingerless gloves), too! http://pinterest.com/crochettoday/nail-art/

these are great

I have been loving the super cute adorable fingerless mitt patters that this magazine has been publishing! I love how they dress up a cute summer dress. I am going to make all of the fingerless mitt patterns that have been published this year! Keep up all the awesome work of searching for quick cute accessories. :)

Thanks!

They're popular in the office -- Marina and Rose have each been making the Henna Gloves, in different yarns! We'll post about that soon. :) 

Why so many fingerless gloves?

This is the fourth issue in a row with patterns for fingerless gloves. Why is CT obsessed with wrist-warmers? The project is pretty, but... it's summer. This just seems silly to me.

Thanks so much for your input!

Hi Mopher -- thanks for taking the time to write! Fingerless gloves and wristwarmers have been extremely popular for awhile now, especially with younger women, and so of course we want to provide patterns for folks to stitch up their own. Hope you're enjoying the rest of the patterns, though! What else would you like to see in the magazine? Thanks again for writing!