One of the worst things about winter is going out in the cold without the right pair of gloves on. Nothing’s more painful than stiff, frozen fingers, and if you have the wrong set of gloves on, forget even trying to use your phone. Thankfully fingerless gloves offer the perfect solution to these problems.
Crochet fingerless gloves provide warmth, simplicity and the convenience of being able to use your fingers when you need to like searching through your pockets or purse. They also add a little bit of style to your wardrobe as well. Let’s not forget that crochet fingerless gloves also make great gifts – not only are they useful, they’re an easy crochet project when you’re looking to come up with a gift quickly.
If you’re a beginner crocheter looking for an easy crochet pattern to start on, fingerless gloves are perfect for practicing new stitches and techniques without a huge investment in your time.
That’s why I’ve put together this list of 20 easy fingerless gloves crochet patterns. Regardless of what kind of gloves you’re looking to make, you’ll find what you’re looking for in the free crochet patterns below. There’s literally a pattern suitable for everyone, including males, females, adults, and children.
Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves
Keep your hands cozy on a chilly day with these gloves. These crochet gloves are quick to make, taking only 2 -3 hours to complete this crochet project. They are the perfect accessory to complete any outfit. With the holidays on the way, they also make a thoughtful handmade crochet gift to give to your friends and family.
The Malia Wrist Warmers
Wrist warmers or fingerless gloves are a great way to keep your hands warm without taking away your ability to function! This easy crochet pattern is two-toned, but of course, you can crochet yours up in one solid color. Add a couple of decorative buttons to complete the look.
Chunky Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless gloves would make an awesome Christmas gift for someone this holiday season. They’re adorable! This crochet pattern is slightly different in that you begin from the palm portion of this project and work your way down towards the wrists.
Lily Lemon Peel Mittens
If you’re a beginner who’s just learning how to crochet, a great place to start is making gloves or mittens as the textured stitch is very forgiving of mistakes or lumps and bumps. Give it a try!
Via Burgundy & Blush
50-minute Fingerless Crochet Gloves
These crochet fingerless gloves are so simple you can easily make a pair in less than an hour! Perfect for the fall, winter and chilly spring days. They make a great gift as well!
Puff Stitch Fingerless Gloves
The crochet puff stitch helps to create a fun and textured look that also provides a little extra warmth as well. These fingerless gloves will keep your hands warm for the coming Winter months.
Shell N chains Fingerless Gloves
Shell N chains fingerless gloves have a girly look that young girls always love. This crochet glove pattern is so quick, easy and fun.
Via Crochet For You
Textured Fingerless Gloves
With the cool of winter in the air, these gloves are perfect. Especially if you have a touch screen phone or iPod. Keeps your hands warm and your fingers free. They’re also just great around the house to keep the chill away from your hands.
Via Calleigh Clips
Ombre Fingerless Gloves
The Ombre Fingerless Gloves are great for beginners and make a nice solid accessory, no holes, just warmth. The simple crochet stitch and stitch placement make for an interesting and classic look. The lovely, smooth transition of colors in this yarn is beautiful, made with Red Heart Super Saver Ombre yarn.
Lemon Peel Fingerless Gloves
This crochet pattern is the combination of alternating single crochet and double crochet stitches. You’ll love the look of texture that is created by the alternating heights of stitches.
Polly Fingerless Gloves
Perfect for the chilly days of spring or for an office that never seems to get warm. These gloves don’t get in the way when texting, typing or taking photos. The off-set grit-stitch creates a lovely lace effect that makes these gloves a showstopper.
Adeline Fingerless Mitts
This is a must-have fingerless gloves crochet pattern that works up lightning fast. The design features a faux cable made with chain stitches that makes it perfect for beginners.
Via Crochet Dreamz
Chrissy’s Cabled Fingerless Gloves
These crochet gloves are a breeze to construct and for gloves, they work up surprisingly quickly! These were worked using Red Heart With Love in Tan, it is so soft and thick and very nice looking. It gives your projects a more polished look.
Via Haute Kippy
Primrose and Proper Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless gloves are worked sideways to begin, then you will fold the rectangle in half, put the edging on both ends, and then sew up the sides leaving room for the thumb hole. It’s pretty easy, and once you make the first glove the second should go very quickly.
The Mustard Mitts
Get set for a chilly winter with these versatile and on-trend mitts! Made from soft 4ply yarn, the soft ribbing and texture stitch body are just the thing. They are practical too – a toggle holds back the finger cover when you need your fingers free and then it pops over when you want to be warm all over. A great project to keep, give and make again!
Via Hanjan Crochet
Charmed Fingerless Gloves
This is an easy stitch repeat that creates such a soft and eye-pleasing texture. The gloves are designed in two sizes, but you can easily size them for your preference!
Via Pattern Paradise
Crochet Wrist Warmers
During the colder and darker seasons, it’s nice to wear a pair of crocheted wrist warmers. For this pair of wrist warmers you need 29g yarn and to the edge 8g yarn with 3.5mm crochet hook.
Via Crochet Millan
Chunky Mitts for Everyone
Need a quick gift for just about anyone on your list? Chunky Mitts are not only easy as pie to stitch up, but they also take very little time thanks to super bulky yarn and a large hook. Included are sizes for men, women, and kids!
Via Fiber Flux Blog
Up North Crochet Fingerless Mitten
The Up North Fingerless mittens are a nice cozy mitten to wear year-round. These fingerless mittens feature the front post double crochet stitch that gives it a great texture and makes them look thick and cozy.
Via Traverse Bay
Lacy Silk Fingerless Gloves
This free crochet pattern is called the Lacy Silk Fingerless Gloves. They are truly silky and feel very light and airy. They will make you look pretty and gorgeous, and they really do make you feel like a million bucks, too.
Whether you’re wanting a nice chunky glove that provides you extra warmth, or you’re looking for fingerless gloves that you can wear year-round, this list has got you covered. Don’t ever go out in the cold again without a pair of crochet gloves to match the weather (and whatever you’re wearing).
Whichever crochet project you choose, one or all, I hope you have fun crocheting these fingerless gloves, and that you share the love with all of your friends and family!