C2C Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

Baby it is cold outside, but the C2C Fingerless gloves are a wonderful ways to keep those hands warm. I am just in love with the corner to corner crochet stitch. That is why I wrote the How to Corner to Corner Crochet Tutorial, complete with photo and video tutorials.

Below you will find the complete pattern and instructional photos for this fingerless mitts. You will also find all the materials, stitches, gauge, and sizing information. If you would like all of this in a nicely formatted printable format, you can purchase the Ad-Free Large Print PDF Pattern.

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The texture the Corner to Corner crochet stitch makes is absolutely beautiful. I really enjoy designing with this stitch and that is why it was so easy to design many small and medium patterns using this stitch.

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C2C Fingerless gloves

The C2C Fingerless Gloves is one of my C2C practice patterns. I wanted to design a series of pattens that were small to medium crochet patterns that would help crocheters practice the Corner to Corner Crochet stitch.

Other Patterns in this series includes:

C2C Winter Shawl

C2C Celebration Bunting

C2C Zipper Pouch

I have also created a series of small C2C crochet graphs that are great first projects for trying out tapestry Corner to Corner projects. All my C2C designs can be found here!

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C2C Fingerless Gloves Materials

115 yards or 2.12 ozs Red Heart With Love Yarn (Some of this is the accent color)
Size H 5mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
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Stitches and Abbreviations

R – Row or Round

Ch- Chain

Sc – Single Crochet

Dc – Double Crochet

Slst – Slip Stitch

C2C – Corner to Corner Stitch – Find the Photo and Video Tutorials Here!

Size and Gauge

Using the C2C Stitch a 3×3 square = 2 inch

Fingerless Glove measures 8 inches around the arm and 7 inches tall.

Design for a adult woman’s hand.

This pattern can easily be adjusted to fit a child or man.

Make these quick c2c fingerless gloves using the corner to corner crochet stitch for a beautiful texture. There are links to the photo and video tutorials for the corner to corner crochet stitch and a free pattern for the fingerless gloves. These are a wonderful fall crochet or winter crochet item. They would up fast and make great gifts. #crochetpattern #crochetgloves

C2C Fingerless Gloves Pattern

You will be using the Corner to Corner Crochet method to create a 10×10 square, then edging the square with a single crochet border in the main color.

For a man’s size crochet a 12×12 square.

Make 2

Ch 6

R1: Dc into the 4th, 5th and 6th Ch from the hook.

R2-10: Ch 6, Dc into the 4th, 5th, and 6th chain from the hook.  (Slst to the turning chain of the previous row, Ch 3, Work 3 Dc around the turning chain you Slst to.) Repeat from (to) to the end of the row.

NOTE: Before you start decreasing make sure Row 14 on one edge is able to almost completely wrap around the center of your forearm. We will add another half inch of width with the Single Crochet border. If it is too big or too small, add and subtract rows as needed.

Begin Decreasing.

R11-19: Turn, Slst to the last 3 Dc of the previous row, Ch3, turn. Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row, *Slst to the next turning Ch, Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row,* repeat from *to* until you are even with the top of the previous row.

Fasten off.

C2C Fingerless gloves

Adding a Single Crochet Border to the C2C Fingerless Gloves

To make the gloves easier to sew together you will crochet a Single Crochet border around the edge of the square.

So add a Single crochet border, follow the Video Tutorial below or see the photo tutorial here.

Sewing it all Together

Using a yarn needle and yarn, use a running stitch to sew the sides of the fingerless gloves together using the diagram below. Check out my video tutorial Sewing for Crocheters if you need any guidance on sewing.

You will sew 1.5 inches from the top go the gloves and then 3.5 inches from the bottom of the gloves. This will leave a 2 inch opening for your thumb.

Adjust sewing measurements as needed for a man’s or child’s size.

C2C Fingerless gloves

A Little Bit of Accent

In order to add just a bit more length and a little extra detail I crocheted a row of single crochet around the top of the gloves and two rows of single crochet around the bottom of the C2C Fingerless Gloves.

For the Top of the Gloves:

R1: Slst to a Sc close to the 1.5 inch seam you sewed, Ch1, Sc in each stitch around, Slst to first Sc, Fasten off.

For the bottom of the Gloves:

R1: Slst to a Sc close to the 3.5 inch seam you sewed, Ch1, Sc in each stitch around, Slst to first Sc.

R2: Ch1, turn, Sc in each stitch around, slst to the first Sc. Fasten off.

C2C Fingerless gloves

Weave in all your ends and your Fingerless gloves are complete.

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Learn how to crochet fingerless gloves using this free crochet pattern. This project is quick and with the video tutorial is it easy to learn the corner to corner crochet stitch. #c2ccrochet #crochetfingerlessgloves #crochetwristwarmers
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3 thoughts on “C2C Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern”

  1. I am completely lost on decreasing. After I did first row of decreasing and start second Dec. Row. There is no ch-3 on the next row to do the 3dc into.

  2. Thank you for the pattern. This was a great way to use up my leftover yarn. One thing I added was scalloped edging down the sides which not only added a nice bit of detail, but also I can tell left from right.


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