With cold winter weather upon us, it’s time to make sure our hands stay nice and warm! Simply choose a pattern for a pair of cute, cozy fingerless mittens from this list, and you’ll be all set!
Fingerless mittens are a fantastic option because they leave your fingers free to do whatever you need throughout the day. That includes crocheting, of course!
From fingering yarn to chunky yarn, from simple stitches to more complex ones, and from cooler mittens to warmer ones, there’s something for everyone in this round-up.
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1. Wharton Wristers
These Wharton Wristers are super easy, very cute, and can be made in two sizes. The pattern calls for super bulky yarn, so they’ll keep your hands nice and warm.
2. Easy Single Crochet Mitts
These easy-yet-elegant fingerless mittens use only single and half-double crochet stitches, so they’re perfect for beginners! Plus, the pattern has instructions for multiple sizes, from infant to adult, so you can make a pair for everyone in your life!
3. Granny Square Fingerless Mitts
If you enjoy making granny squares, this is the perfect pattern for you! The pattern is a bit more complex than some of the others in this round-up, but there are tons of pictures and even a video tutorial, so it’s a great choice if you’re a beginner crocheter with a bit of experience under your belt and are looking to expand your techniques.
4. Granny Fingerless Gloves
These Granny Fingerless Gloves are another great pattern for those looking for more granny square projects. The pattern includes instructions for sizes small, medium, and large. You’ll need to know how to crochet front post stitches, but Ravelry users still rate the project as “easy,” so this is a good project if you’re a beginner looking to learn new skills.
5. Quick & Easy Crochet Fingerless Gloves
These super stylish fingerless gloves use worsted weight yarn and achieve their fun texture via the even moss stitch. The pattern is detailed and includes a video tutorial, so you’ll be able to make these easily even as a beginner.
6. Aspen Fingerless Gloves
These ribbed fingerless mittens are a cute winter accessory that will definitely keep your hands warm! The pattern is detailed and includes lots of photos, so even beginners with a bit of experience will be able to do all the techniques needed to achieve the ribbed look.
7. Autumn Glow Crochet Fingerless Mitts
If you want a pair of fingerless mittens that are perfect for crisp fall weather, check out this Autumn Glow mitt pattern. The pattern includes instructions for two sizes, a video tutorial, and even links to tutorials for every stitch that’s used. You’ll be able to whip up this stylish accessory in no time!
8. Cold Blooded Fingerless Gloves
If you want to keep your arms as well as your hands warm, you need these Cold Blooded Fingerless Gloves. The pattern calls for fingering weight yarn, and has instructions for adjusting the sizing.
9. 50-Minute Fingerless Crochet Gloves
Running short on time? You can whip up a pair of these fingerless gloves in under an hour. They’re super cute and great for beginners since they only use single and double crochet!
10. Crochet Fingerless Gloves
These classic fingerless mittens are super cute and cozy. The pattern includes instructions for three sizes, and all you have to do to change the size is change your hook size, so it’s a great project for beginners!
11. Ridged Crochet Fingerless Gloves
These simple-yet-cute Ridged Crochet Fingerless Gloves are easy to make and very adjustable! Because they’re worked as a flat piece and then seamed, you can make them as wide as you need. Plus, the ridged design allows for lots of stretch.
12. Fingerless Gloves
These elegant gloves are worked in DK weight yarn, and the contrast between the vertically ribbed cuffs and the horizontal design of the mitt is absolutely beautiful. The pattern is detailed and has plenty of photos, but there are a few intermediate techniques, so I’d recommend saving this pattern for a little later if you’re completely new to crochet.
13. Simple Fingerless Gloves for the Whole Family
These fingerless mittens come in three sizes: men’s, kids’, and toddlers’. The designer also has a women’s size on this page. The pattern calls for worsted weight acrylic yarn, so it’s an easy and economical project for beginner crocheters.
14. Bauble Fingerless Gloves
These Bauble Fingerless Gloves are beautiful and unique, a great project for anyone who’s ready to branch out and learn new stitches. The pattern includes a tutorial for the bead stitch that gives these gloves their texture. And if you use a self-striping yarn, you’ll be able to achieve the beautiful rainbow effect like the gloves in the picture.
15. Puff Stitch Fingerless Gloves
Another fun textured pair of gloves are these Puff Stitch Fingerless Gloves. The puff stitch is easy to learn, and the pattern even includes a YouTube tutorial.
16. Openwork Fingerless Gloves
These lightweight gloves are perfect for when you just need a bit of warmth on a cool summer morning or a crisp fall day. They work up in less than an hour, and Ravelry users rate them “very easy” to make.
17. Colorful Stripey Fingerless Mitts
These Colorful Stripey Fingerless Mitts are so fun, and you can choose any combination of your favorite colors to make them. While the pattern uses simple stitches, it’s important to be comfortable with color changes and checking your gauge, so this pattern is great for beginners who feel ready to branch out.
18. Owl Mittens
Have you ever seen anything as cute as these Owl Mittens? These fun fingerless mitts are made from two parts: a rectangular mitt that’s seamed together and an owl worked in the round. As long as you’re comfortable with crocheting in rows, crocheting in the round, and color changes, these will be a breeze to make!
19. Easy Textured Fingerless Gloves
If you have some textured yarn waiting to be used, this pattern is a great choice! The gloves are cute, cozy, and easy to adjust to the size you need. Plus, the buttons add a pop of style.
20. Horizon Fingerless Gloves
These gloves are absolutely stunning, and easy to make! The bobble stitches give a pop of color, and the designer has video tutorials on her Instagram showing you how to work contrast colored bobble stitching. With so many color combos to choose from, you can make these fingerless mittens for any occasion!
21. Madison Fingerless Gloves
The lacey design of these fingerless mittens is absolutely stunning. And don’t let their intricate look fool you: these are actually quite easy to make!
22. Fantail Shell Stitch Fingerless Gloves
If you’re ready for a beautiful pattern that’s great for intermediate beginners, check out these Fantail Shell Stitch Fingerless gloves. The shell stitch and v-stitch are great for crocheters who are ready to add new techniques to their repertoire, especially since they’re made of combinations of basic stitches.
Plus, the pattern includes a video tutorial, so the stitches will be easy to learn. There’s nothing better than the feeling of accomplishment when you finish a gorgeous piece using new stitches!
Whichever pattern you choose from this round-up, you’re certain to have cozy hands all winter long!