Keep your hands warm with a quick and easy pair of Crochet Fingerless Gloves.
Crochet fingerless gloves are one of the last winter items I put away. They are useful for keeping your hands warm while allowing you to still fuss with your phone.
Below you will find the complete pattern and instructional photos for these crochet fingerless mittens. 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.
The Crochet Fingerless Gloves Match
I just loved the textured used in the Textured Buttoned Infinity Scarf that I thought I would make some matching accessories. Since winter seems to be leaving us, I thought a good transitioning piece would be great. Crochet Fingerless gloves are great for early spring and even summer.
Use them for cold mornings. They will still let you play on your phone without being completely chilled. They also work great in the summer for protecting your palms from a too hot steering wheel. Just keep them in your purse for any occasion.
How to Crochet Fingerless Gloves
Creating a pattern that is both unique and easy can sometimes be a challenge. With this pattern, I settled on having one slightly tricky part. and kept everything else simple. It is easy as 1, 2, 3.
1. Crochet your ribbed cuff.
2. Crochet the textured hand section.
3. Sew a seam and add your buttons.
It is just that easy. you will need to fasten off and move your starting stitch over a bit, but don’t’ worry I will walk you through it step by step with photos.
What Yarn should I use?
To get the most warmth from these fingerless gloves, I decided to use the Red Heart Heatwave. This yarn claims to trap heat and keep you extra warm. Any worsted weight yarn will work just fine. I know I have some Super Saver and With Love that would make a great second pair of crochet fingerless gloves.
Picking the Right Crochet Stitches
The texture in this pattern comes from using single and double crochet stitches. When worked together the double crochet gets crunched down just a bit and creates a slightly raised texture. The end result is a solid but textured surface.
To create our ribbed cuff, we will be working into the back loops only with single crochet. This creates a nice stretch cuff.
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1.2 oz or 66 yds of Red Heart Heat Wave, Bikini
1 oz or 55 yds of Red Heart Heat Wave Radio
Size H 5mm Crochet Hook
4 – 1/2″ Buttons
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Stitches and Abbreviations
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
BLOSC – Single Crochet into the Back Loop Only
ST(s) – Stitch(es)
SLST – Slip Stitch
Gauge and Size
8 BLOSC x 8 Rows = 2 Inches
Each glove measures 7.5 inches long and 8 inches around.
Crochet Fingerless Gloves Pattern (Make 2)
-Written in US terms.
– The turning chain does not count as a stitch.
With Grey, CH 11
Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook, SC in next 9 CH. (10 SC)
Row 2: CH1, turn, SC in next 2 STs, CH1, Skip ST, SC in next 4 STs, CH1, Skip ST, SC in last 2 STs. (6 SC, 2 CH1 Space)
Row 3 – 35: CH1, turn, BLOSC in next 10 STs. (10 SC)
Row 36: CH1, turn so you are working down the sides of Row 1-35. Work 1 SC into the side of each row. (35 SC)
Row 37 and the first half of Row 38 are worked into Row 36. The last half of row 38 is worked into Row 36 and 37.
Row 37: Turn, SLST into the first 16 STs.
Row 38: Change to Pink, CH2, Working the same direction, Work a SC into the same ST as your last SLST of Row 37. SC into next 19 STs. From here take your cuff and fold it in half so that you can work into Row 36. Skip the first 5 SLST and work a HDC into the next 10 STS. (30 HDC)
This should bring you right back to the place where you started using the pink yarn.
Row 39-51: CH2, Turn, HDC into first ST, *(SC, DC) into next ST, Skip next ST* repeat from *to* a total of 14 times. HDC into last ST.
Starting on Row 40 you will be working your (SC, DC) into the DCs of the previous Row.
Row 52: Change to Grey, CH2, Turn, HDC into next 30 STS. Fasten off.
Sewing it Together
Once both gloves are made. Lay them done next to each other. Position them so that the button flaps are on the outside of your wrists and the opening for the thumb is on the inside of the gloves. You may need to turn one glove inside out to accomplish this.
Using pink yarn and a whip stitch, sew the top and bottom of the open side together following the diagram below. Feel free to try on the glove and adjust the thumb opening to your liking. Sew two buttons onto the side of each cuff and your fingerless mitts are ready to enjoy.
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