Friday, February 27, 2015

Busy Hands: Fingerless Gloves


I never thought I would be a fingerless gloves person, but last year I changed my mind. Fingerless gloves have really helped to keep my hands warm while using a computer in the winter. I made my first pair of fingerless gloves last year. They have served me well, but sometimes they aren't quite warm enough. This pair is thicker and warmer, which is helpful on the days when my hands are extra chilly.



I used yarn the same yarn that I used for the infinity scarves earlier this winter. You might remember that Adelaide asked me to crochet a matching item for her anytime I crochet something for myself. I offered to make her a pair of fingerless gloves, but she thinks they are too weird and turned down my offer!



This pattern comes from the Crochet One-Skein Wonders book. I like the thick ribbed look of this pattern.These gloves are toasty warm, and the yarn I used is soft and silky, making these perfect to wear while resting on a cold winter day in Minnesota.

What sort of projects are you working on currently?

9 comments:

Stacey Patrick said...

I did a devotional series on John 14 in December. I am in the process of editing my manuscript, to turn it into an e-book (or kindle book... haven't fully made up my mind on which yet). It's a work in progress. :) Your gloves look fantastic!!

corrine said...

Hi

I would like to review it. I cannot promise it will be fast as we have just aquired 2 puppies.

Let me know what I need to do

Corrine

Rachel Lundy said...

Hi Corrine, I'd love to send a pre-release copy to you for review! Thanks! You can email me at RachelLundy@cranberryteatime.com and let me know the email address I should send the ebook to. Two puppies sounds like lots of fun. Enjoy them! ~ Rachel

Rachel Lundy said...

That sounds great! I hope that the book will be helpful for many.

Leann Richardson said...

Are you still taking reviewers? I am a Lupus patient and have several friends with chronic illness. I would love to read and give a review on my blog. I am hoping it is something I can share with friends that can be blessed by it when it releases later in the month. Thanks for sharing with those who have chronic illness and loved ones who struggle.

Rachel Lundy said...

Hi Leann, I would be happy to send you a pre-release copy for review! Thanks for asking. You can send me an email at RachelLundy@cranberryteatime.com to let me know what email address I should send the ebook to.

Abounding in Hope said...

I would love to read your devotion and share a review on my blog. I Recently started a blog about my journey as a Mom with chronic Lyme disease raising 4 kids with chronic Lyme. My kids are 20, 17, 14, & 7

Abounding in Hope said...

I just realized this was an older post. Thank you for offering your e-book I think my girls will be blessed by it!

Rachel Lundy said...

I hope that the ebook will be a blessing and an encouragement to all of you! I'm so sorry that you and your children have chronic Lyme. That is a difficult illness to deal with day after day. I pray that the Lord will strengthen all of you through His Word, enabling you to persevere on the hard days.

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