I found a Piecework magazine at a use book store that is next to my local library call Friends of the Library Book Store. The crochet pattern that I found in that magazine inspired me to crochet a lot of finger-less gloves for the women in my reenactment group. I never crocheted a pair for myself until now. I really wish I had crocheted a pair for myself all those years ago. Why you ask? Well, I found out that when I was wearing the glove on my left hand while I was crocheting it allowed me to crochet a lot longer then I would have normally. The glove made a big difference in keeping my left hand from cramping and getting tired from keeping the correct tension on the crochet thread while I was crocheting. It only look 6 hours to crochet these gloves you see in the photo above!! That was supper fast for me, I don't know how fast you can crochet, but for me that is supper fast with no pain.
I don't have the magazine anymore that I found the pattern that inspired me to crochet these gloves. I did a little digging and found the original pattern and author of the pattern on Raverly.com, and have put a link to her Ravelry page. Just click on the photo to go directly to the pattern. You will see that her finished gloves look a lot different them mine. That is because I didn't do the embellishments. You will see what I mean when you go to her page.
I did a couple of video's to show how to hold your crochet needle and how to wrap the crochet thread round your fingers to keep even and proper tension.
I hope you love this pattern as much as I have!