Red and White Fingerless Gloves


About this Product

Arlene Gloves
These fingerless gloves are the perfect addition to your holiday wardrobe. Perfect for a night on the town or a holiday party but casual enough to wear at the office or around the house on a chilly fall or winter day.

I am happy to create custom products. If you'd like another color, size, or something different altogether, please reach out via the “contact us” link at the bottom of the page.

This is available in women's size.

All of my products are made by hand especially for you. Each item is made when your order is received. Due to the nature of handmade items, products may differ slightly from the photos and sizes listed.

My current processing time is 7-10 business days. I make every effort to get orders finished as quickly as possible and things often ship much faster than stated. However, this is not guaranteed. If you need your item by a certain date, please send me a message before purchase and I can let you know if that is doable.

5-7 business days within the US via USPS. Shipping time is an estimate based on shipping dates provided by USPS but is no way guaranteed. Once your item has been transferred to the post office, I have no control over how long it takes to reach you. Tracking numbers will be provided when your item ships.

J Ro Studio

Hot Springs, SD

Meet the Maker

Jen, Jeni, Jennifer. I answer to them all. I was born, raised, and married in North Dakota. We moved to Colorado in 2016 after my husband retired from the Air Force. The mountains and the abundance of yarn stores spoke to my soul but being a small(ish) town girl at heart who missed living close to family, we decided to move to Hot Springs at the beginning of 2020. I like to spend my time with my husband and our fur babies, yarning, and photographing all the things. 

I was taught to crochet at an early age by my grandmother. What started as a way to entertain a bored teenager turned into a lifelong love of all things fiber and photography. After mastering the basic techniques taught to me, I began teaching myself more intricate patterns and designs and eventually started creating my own patterns. Along the way, I also taught myself to knit, tat, weave, and some basic quilting. I spent years creating things for family and friends, perfecting my skills. 

In 2017, I opened an Etsy store and started selling my pieces to the public. My inability to capture the kinds of images I saw on Pinterest and in other Etsy stores led me to ditch my cell phone photography, buy a real camera, and head to the local college. I graduated in May of 2020 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Photography. I specialize in commercial, event, and animal photos. 

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