When the weather starts to turn cold, it is time to whip up some warm accessories. We start noticing cold fingers, but we still need those hands to fuss with our phone. This is the perfect time to make a few stylish crochet fingerless mitts to keep our hands warm.
Crochet fingerless mitts not only make a wonderful quick project but can make a great last-minute gift. You can even make it even more special by making the whole set! I have made a pair of matching boot cuffs to go with these fingerless mitts. My friend Donna from Naztazia even made the matching Winter Park Scarf (coming soon) with the same stitch pattern. Make all three pieces to look coordinated and stylish. Plus all the patterns have video tutorials!
The Yarn: Heatwave
Since the goal of this project was a quick way to keep warm, we thought the Heatwave by Red Heart would be a choice. This yarn comes in many vibrant colors and keeps you nice and toasty as the weather gets colder.
Don’t Miss a Single Pattern
If you love to crochet and you don’t want to miss a single free crochet pattern, make sure to sign up for the newsletter! I will send you a quick email every time a new pattern is released. Plus you get access to a variety of crochet related printables like the ones pictured above.
Crochet Fingerless Mitts Pattern
This post may contain affiliate links. For more information refer to my Terms and Conditions.
37 yd or .65 oz of Red Heart Heat Wave, Blue Sky
37 yd or .65 oz of Red Heart Heat Wave, Radio Grey
Crochet Hook, Size H, 5.0mm
**Shop my Favorite Tools Here**
Stitches and Abbreviations
Ch – Chain
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Dc2Tog – Double Crochet Two Stitches Together
St(s) – Stitches
Slst – Slip Stitch
For part of this pattern, we will be working into the third loop. If this is a new technique for you then check out this video tutorial.
Difficulty Level – Intermediate
Gauge and Finished Size
Gauge – 7 Hdc x 6 rows = 2″
Final Size – 7.5 inches around and 5.5 inches tall
Fingerless Mitts Video Tutorial
Winter Park Fingerless Mitts Pattern
– Written in US terms.
– Do not treat your turning chain as a stitch.
– Do not work your last stitch into the turning chain.
Ch 30 with Grey.
R1: Hdc in third Ch, Hdc in next 27 Ch. Slst to first HDC.
R2-4: Ch1, Hdc in 3rd loop in next 28 Sts. Slst to first HDC.
Change color to Teal.
R5: Ch2, DC into 3rd Loop, *DC2TOG into third loop, Ch1* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times, DC into third loop, SlSt to first Dc.
R6: Ch2, turn, Dc into first St, *2DC in Ch1 Space* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times , Dc in last St, SlSt to first Dc.
For the next you few rows, you will not slip stitch at the end of the row.
R7: Ch2, turn, Dc into first St, *Dc2tog, Ch1* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times, Dc in last St.
R8: Ch2, turn, Dc in first St, *2 Dc in Ch1 Space* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times, Dc in last St.
R9: Ch2, turn, Dc in first St, *Dc2tog, Ch1* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times, Dc in last St.
R10: Ch2 turn, Dc in first St, *2Dc in Ch1 Space* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times, Dc in last St. SlSt to first Dc.
R11: Ch2, Dc into first St, *Dc2tog, Ch1* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times , Dc into last St, SlSt to first Dc.
Change color to Grey.
R12: Ch2, Hdc in first St, *2Hdc in Ch1 Space* repeat from *to* a total of 13 times, Hdc in last St. SlSt to first Hdc.
R13-14: Ch1, Hdc in 3rd loop in next 28 Sts. Slst to first Hdc.
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Use your starting tail to sew shut the bottom of your first row.
Crochet a second fingerless mitt and you are all done!
Let’s Be Friends
Want to know what I am making next? Follow me on Instagram @windingroadcrochet to see sneak peeks of what I am up to and to be notified of when I release new free patterns. You can also follow me on Pinterest and Facebook. Join our Facebook group Our Crochet Journey and be a part of our community. Share, photos, ask for help and be inspired all in one place!
Written pattern, tutorials, photos, graphs and pdfs of the Winter Park Fingerless Mitts pattern are copyright Windingroadcrochet.com. Please do not reprint or repost this content as your own, but please feel free to share this link with others. You can find more information on sharing my work with others in the Terms and Conditions Page.