Sunday, October 3, 2010

Ulari Fingerless Driving Gloves

I'm still feeling pretty inspired by the changing of the seasons. I'm starting to see the first signs of the leaves changing colors and the past week was the first of the season with temperatures that barely made it in the 80's. I've started shopping (a little) for a few new boots, a few sweaters and skirts. The summer tops will be making their final 2010 round soon and I'm looking forward to wearing a few new hand crochet pieces this year. I'm seeing a lot of fingerless gloves making appearances this fall/winter in so many incarnations that I attempted yet another crochet interpretation. This design I'm calling Ulari, which means "Beautiful thing" in Igbo. There will be a matching hat to go with this design, just hoping the actual crochet interpretation is what I'm seeing in my mind's eye. The pattern for the gloves isn't completed yet, but should be soon, I'm eager to get it tested (along with the hat if all goes well).


  1. I love these! My RSD leaves my hands perpetually cold,and cramping from the steel hooks. These come in so handy because they aren't too warm so the sweating doesn't become too much of an issue.

    LOVE them!!

  2. They have been pretty handy (pun intended) for me at work and I hate touching a cold steering wheel. Love them in wool and alpaca especially.