A slightly less obvious extension to a catsuit than a sock, gloves are a challenging item to make, because the hand is a relatively small and complex three dimensional shape. The main issue is the thumb, which is effectively attached below the first finger and points forwards, not to the side of the hand pointing out.
Just recently I've had good results with combining the thumb of the complex glove pattern with the trivial glove hand, and sewing through the tissue-paper pattern before cutting the fabric out. I cover this in the trivial glove pattern.
Gloves are the most fiddly piece on this site, and it would be well worth making a trial unattached glove (or two) to understand how the pattern works.
- Traditional glove pattern - This is the sort of pattern which has been used for centuries, and I would recommend it if you have the patience.
- Trivial glove - draw around your hand. About as simple as it gets. Good for impatient people (like me) or beginners.
- Wrist escape - taking your glove off, without taking off the rest of the suit.
- Gusset glove pattern - not recommended, but possibly useful for someone. Ostensibly simpler, I find it fiddlier to sew. It pretends that the thumb attaches to the side of the hand, instead of the front.
- Alternatives: you could make a stirrup for your hand, or fingerless gloves.