Wrapped in Lace Fingerless Bridal Gloves by Kirsten Holloway
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Wrapped in Lace Fingerless Bridal Gloves

June 2017
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24 stitches in 3"
1.5 mm
225 - 250 yards (206 - 229 m)
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There’s something special about lace gloves that evoke a feeling of elegance, every time they are worn. These delicate fingerless gloves will take you back to a by-gone era of romance, and beauty, and a simpler time when bridal accessories were heirloom pieces, meant to be cherished, and passed on for generations. It is my goal to capture some of that timelessness in this design.


Materials Needed:
1.5mm steel hook
1 Ball Aunt Lydia’s #10 crochet thread
yarn needle
1 yard of ¼” ribbon
2 pearl beads
2 4mm metal snaps
Heavy duty thread

Stitches Used:
sl st = slip stitch
ch= chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet

Additional Terms:
-3 dc cluster: this is basically a “dc3tog” in the same stitch: yo, pull up a loop, pull through two loops leaving 2 loops on your hook, yo, pull up a loop, pull through 2 loops leaving 3 loops on your hook, yo, pull up a loop, pull through 2 loops leaving 4 loops on your hook, yo, then pull through all 4 loops.
-hdc in the 3rd loop: work all stitches for the round in the 3rd loop of the hdc from previous round. Instructions: Look at the top of the stitch, and locate the sideways “V”, bend the stitch to look at the back, and you should see another “V”. You’ll be working into the back loop of that “V”, this is called the 3rd loop.

For the edging, it’s 24 stitches to 3”

3” wide by 6” tall
Body, worked flat, should be 3 3/4” tall, by 6” wide before adding top/bottom edgings.
Gloves should fit the average ladies hand.

Additional Notes:
-For this pattern, ch 2 at beginning of new row counts as first dc in the body section. This keeps the edges relatively straight, which should be helpful when you go to crochet the edging.
It is possible to make the gloves longer, so they could go up higher on the forearm, or even up to the elbow if your arms are thin enough. Work your beginning chain in multiples of 12 -1, ie. 47, 59, 71, 83, etc. You may need to make the band at the top wider if they are to go up further. Work the top edging in multiples of 12. ie. 60, 72, 84.