Keep your hands warm and your fingers available with a cozy pair of crochet fingerless gloves! From classic designs to trendy textures and lacy elegance, these patterns cater to every skill level and personal taste!
I recently went down a rabbit hole of making crochet mittens. The search left me with a huge list of patterns and a bag of yarn (odd how that happens isn’t it?).
After I made a few pairs I realized how much I needed something to keep my hands warm without cutting off access to my fingers. Believe it or not, as a person who pays her bills with a website, I have to do a lot of typing!
The obvious solution was to turn some of that yarn into crochet fingerless gloves!
I was pleasantly surprised to find a ton of free fingerless glove patterns available for every kind of yarn you can imagine in all sorts of different stitches.
After weeding through hundreds of patterns I came up with this list of 24 and there really is something for everyone! From simple & practical to ornate and purely decorative you’re sure to find something you love and perhaps a gift idea for everyone on your list!
Crochet Fingerless Gloves
Welcome to the realm of crochet fingerless gloves, where fashion meets function in the most charming way. These versatile accessories are the perfect blend of warmth and style, making them a must-have addition to any winter wardrobe!
If you're a beginner and you're looking to dip your toe into crocheted wearables this is a great place to start! This pattern uses basic stitches like the single & double crochet, and includes a ton of helpful pictures AND a video!
Beginner tip: skip the roving yarn and use something that's easy to pull apart when you inevitably counter wrong and have to redo something
I don't need to tell you know cute these Fx Fingerless Gloves are, you have eyes!
Instead, I'll tell you how lovely ChiWei of 1 Dog Woof is, years (and years) ago we were in a blogging group together and she was nice enough to write a guest post for this blog during my wedding chaos.
I doubt she even remembers me at this point but the world needs good people and she's definitely one of them!
The V-Stitch Wristwarmers don't have a thumb hole and I guess are not technically fingerless gloves but I love the look of the alternating rows of V-stitches and single crochets so I'm including them anyway!
This pattern uses a DK (or 3) weight yarn and comes in one size with directions for a matching cowl