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Free Pretty Crochet Arm Warmers And Fantail Cute Stitch Fingerless Gloves Patterns New 2021

Hello my favorite readers! I hope you had a great week. I am a bit obsessed with hand warming lately. It’s nice to sit in front of my computer (in my cold office) and keep my hands warm while typing. I have several projects going on and found others online that I want to do myself. My hands are cold, but I like to crochet when I’m not working, so gloves or mittens are not an option. I decided to put some of my favorite crochet tampons and fingerless gloves on a nice list. Make sure you try this out!

Winter has officially started and it means one thing: fingerless gloves! This season is the right time to get rid of your favorite crochet designs to stay warm. Crochet cuffs and fingerless gloves are my favorite seasonal accessories. I really think the crochet design shows a lot more detail squeak and texture than the one bought in the store.

With so many stitches and crochet patterns, you can make a pair of fingerless gloves for your acquaintance! These cozy and comfortable accessories will be the perfect gift for anyone. Nothing beats a pair of fingerless homemade knitted mittens, right? Not only is choosing a pattern, but choosing the colors of your crochet patterns is another simple way to customize your design. You can even add button jewelery if you want!

Fingerless knitted gloves – a great way to start the season and keep a wardrobe trendy. Personally, I love them because they can be worn indoors and outdoors! All the fingerless gloves listed below may have similar names, but they are quite unique. Whether you’re looking for free crochet plans for beginners or a more advanced design, you’ll definitely find what you need on our list.

 

PATONS DOUBLE CUFFED KNIT MITTENS

 

MATERIALS

Patons® Norse™ (3.5 oz/100 g; 211 yds/193 m)
Contrast A Camel (91005) 1 ball
Contrast B Sun ower (91009) 1 ball
Set of 4 size U.S. 10½ (6.5 mm) double-pointed knitting needles or
size needed to obtain gauge. Stitch holder. Stitch marker.

Your hands will look comfortable and cute in these classic gloves! Knitted in a circle and with double cuffs for extra warmth, these two-color gloves will be your favorite cold weather project for you and your loved ones! Patons Norse is a wool blend fiber that is incredibly light yet warm – it can be machine washed and dried, making it perfect for cold weather accessories!

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BERNAT CHILL CHASER MITTENS

 

MATERIALS

Bernat® Softee Chunky™ (Solids: 3.5 oz/100 g; 108 yds/99 m)
Grass (28223), Ultra Blue (28742) or Natural (28008)
Entire Set 6 balls
Mittens 1 ball
Cowl 5 balls
Hat 2 balls
Bernat® Softee Chunky™ (Ombres: 2.8 oz/80 g; 77 yds/70 m)
Kimono Ombre (29125)
Entire Set 6 balls
Mittens 2 balls
Cowl 6 balls
Hat 2 balls
Sizes U.S. 9 (5.5 mm), U.S. 10½ (6.5 mm) and U.S. 11 (8 mm) knitting needles or size
needed to obtain gauge. Cable needle

Get these warm gloves – both a hat and a scarf! This mold includes all 3 so you can complete a set or just one piece. Pick your favorite colors from our Bernat Softee Chunky collection and start with this for yourself or someone you love.

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RED HEART SCALLOPED BABY HAT AND MITTENS

 

MATERIALS

Directions are for an Infant. Changes for a
in parentheses.
To Fit Hand: One size fits most
Finished Hat Circumference: 15 (18)”
Finished Mitten Length: 5”
RED HEART® “Soft Yarn”: 1 ball each 9779 Berry A,
4420 Guacamole B, 3720 Lavender C, and 6768 Pink D.
Crochet Hook: 4mm [US G-6].
Yarn needle.
GAUGE: 18 sts = 4”; 8 rows = 4” in pattern. CHECK
YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Make sure your baby is ready for the winter! Choose from four colors to keep your baby warm and crochet this colorful and fun set. In a small child, the top flower can be left out.

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RED HEART CONVERTIBLE FAMILY KNIT MITTENS

 

MATERIALS

Red Heart® Heat Wave™ (3.5 oz/100 g; 198 yds/181 m)
Sizes 2/4 yrs 8/10 yrs Adult
Blue Skies (0810) or Ocean (0888) 1 1 1 ball
Set of 4 sizes U.S. 7 (4.5 mm) and U.S. 8 (5 mm) double-pointed
knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge. Stitch marker.
Stitch holder. Tapestry needle.

We love these knitted gloves with a comfortable flap that folds back to keep your fingers free when you need them. Stitched into Red Heart Heatwave, this design offers extra warmth as the yarn is activated by sunlight. With such a unique shade of your essential gloves, choose different shades for unique gifts that the whole family will appreciate.

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PATONS SNOWFLAKE HAT AND MITTENS SET

 

MATERIALS

Patons® Astra (50 g/1.75 oz; 122 m/133 yds)
Hat Mittens Set
Main Color (MC) (08734 Griffin Blue)
Contrast A (08742 Hot Blue)
Contrast B (08317 Hot Lilac)
Contrast C (02751 White)
Note: Amounts are given for all sizes.
Fingerless Mittens are written for Lady’s size only.
Sizes 3.75 mm (U.S. 5) and 4 mm (U.S. 6) knitting needles for Hat. Set of
four sizes 3.5 mm (U.S. 4) and 3.75 mm (U.S. 5) double-pointed knitting
needles for Mittens or size needed to obtain tension. Safety pin.
Tensions
Hat: 22 sts and 30 rows = 4″ [10 cm] with 4 mm needles in stocking st.
Mittens/Fingerless Mittens: 24 sts and 32 rows = 4″ [10 cm] with 3.75
mm needles in stocking st.

Complete this hat and glove set in a beautiful color scheme with the classic Fair Isle look. It is an excellent model that you can customize to your liking in any color tone available in Patons Astra. Enjoy this intricate design for yourself or as a gift for your loved ones.

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RED HEART FLIP TOP MITTENS, CHILD

 

MATERIALS

RED HEART® Reflective: 2 (2)
balls 8251 Neon Orange
Susan Bates® Crochet Hooks:
5mm [US H-8] and 5.5mm [US I-9]
Child’s size: two 5
⁄8” (15.9 mm)
buttons
Adult’s size: two 1” (25 mm)
buttons
Stitch markers, yarn needle
GAUGE: With 5.5mm [US I-9] hook,
12 dc = 4” (10 cm); 9 rounds
in pattern = 4” (10 cm). CHECK
YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook
to obtain the gauge.

Keep these original knitted gloves covered to keep them warm, then open them whenever you need your fingers for something important like messaging. Red Heart Reflective beats this project as it reflects light and makes it shine in photos! The pattern includes sizes for both adults and kids, so feel free to plan the perfect gift with a little extra sparkle!

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BERNAT FINGERLESS GLOVES

MATERIALS

Bernat® Super ValueTM (7 oz/197 g; 426 yds/389 m)
Denim Heather (53114) 1 ball
Set of four sizes U.S. 5 (3.75 mm) and U.S. 6 (4 mm) double-pointed knitting needles
or size needed to obtain gauge. Stitch marker. Stitch holder.

Never miss any text messages with these warm and functional accessories. Bernat Super Value yarns inspire you to create many different looks with a wide range of colors including solid, ombre and heather. This one is especially great for teens on your gift list. They also make great stocking stuffing.

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PATONS FAIR ISLE SKI BAND AND MITTENS

MATERIALS

Patons® Decor™ (3.5 oz/100 g; 208 yds/190 m)
SKI BAND
Main Color (MC) Coral (87430)
Contrast A Frond (87521)
MITTENS
Main Color (MC) Coral (87430)
Contrast A Frond (87521)
Size U.S. 6 (4 mm) knitting needles for Ski Band. Set of four size U.S. 6 (4 mm)
double-pointed knitting needles needles for Mittens or size needed to obtain gauge.

Travel the slopes with this stylish ski strap and gloves to stay warm. Patons Decor helps you start your creative journey to tell the story you want, so choose the hues you like. Whatever the case, it will be a comfortable ski day.

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Simple Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

Yarn Used: 1 hank of Malabrigo Arroyo in color Flama (100% merino wool; 335 yds/100g)
Other Similar Yarns:
Madelinetosh Pashmina (super luxurious hand-dyed yarn)
Viking of Norway Sportsragg (a reliable budget wool yarn)
Cascade 220 Superwash Sport (100% hard-wearing merino wool – a cult favourite)
Recommended Needles: 1 pair of 3.25mm DPNs and 1 pair of 3.75mm DPNs. Use a needle size that gives you the gauge listed below
Gauge: 26.5 sts / 36 rounds = 4″/10cm using larger needles

This fingerless glove knitting guide will walk you through the entire knitting process step by step. A pair of fingerless mittens is a great project for daring knitters who are comfortable with double point knitting.

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Cloudburst

 

MATERIALS

Circumference 17cm/ 6.8 inches, length 21cm/ 8.4 inches.
Yarn
40 gr. 140m/ 154 yards of fingering/ sport weight yarn.
Sample uses Rauma finullgarn in colour 403 (100% non superwash wool 175m/ 192 yards per
50gr.)
Gauge
30 st. per 10 cm/ 4 inches, 45 rounds per 10 cm/ 4 inches, stockinette in the round.

Fingerless gloves are a fashion trend this fall and winter (although they don’t keep your fingers warm). They’re still warm enough for a cold day, cold room, or office, but they’re sometimes viewed as more of a fashion accessory than a true winter accessory.

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Glove Bites

 

MATERIALS

1 Ball (MC) Cascade Pastaza. Color: 042 (Green)
1 Ball (CC) Berroco Plush. Color: Crema
Set of 5 Size US 10 1/2 dpns
Size:
Ladies S/M (L/XL)
Gauge
4 sts. per inch in Pastaza.

It’s really cold in Austin for the first time in months! In a city that is familiar with the three-digit temperature range, 60 degrees Celsius is a great reason to party – and what better way to knit something cozy ?! Fingerless gloves are one of my favorite accessories that combine fashion with functionality. Inspired by my friend Karen Baumer’s fur cuffed mittens, I pull this month’s free pattern from my design archives. Enjoy! xo, Vicky

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Seaside Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

Cascade 220 Superwash, 100% superwash wool, 220 yds / 202m per 100g
skein; 2 skeins. Substitute approx. 440 yards of any worsted weight wool yarn.
US 6 / 4mm set of 5 double pointed needles
cable needle
Sizes
Women’s S (M, L, XL).
Hand circumference at knuckle: 7 (7.5, 8, 9)” / 17.75 (19, 20.25, 23)cm
Gauge
21 sts = 4″ / 10cm in stockinette stitch

Hands need gloves in cold weather. Putting on and taking off these gloves to make a change, use my travel card, turn a page, or fiddle with the zipper of a coat can be awkward, especially when my hands are full. Gloves are more comfortable, but not that warm. These fingerless gloves with a removable glove cover not only keep my hands and fingers warm like toast, but when I need to free my fingertips, I can do it without removing the glove completely.

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Reversible Ribbed Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

Any fingering weight yarn – 175 yards
Size US3, 3.25mm needles (DPNs or circular for magic
loop method), or size needed to obtain gauge
2 stitch markers
Gauge:
9 stitches x 10 rows per inch of ribbing

They are wonderfully reversible and customizable. Feel you can make part of the sleeve longer or shorter and
the top of the fingers. They will look very small, but remember that the ribs are stretched. very!

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Ribbed Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

5mm hook
Aran weight yarn,
approx 80-100 meters
Pattern will work with
chunky/bulky yarn and 6mm
hook
(start with 26 or 27 chains)

People love them, and on this 50+ Crochet Fingerless Gloves pages (free stitch patterns) we have the widest variety you can imagine. Work on them and join the excitement. You will feel stylish and comfortable any time of the year with these free fingerless glove patterns.

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Crochet Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

4, 4.5, or 5 mm crochet hook for small, medium or large sizes
Worsted weight yarn approx. 50 – 70 grams, depending on material

Regular crochet mittens are like last year, so leave your fingers missing and you won’t regret it. These stylish gloves can even be worn indoors without sweating your palms.

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Evil Eye Glove 

 

MATERIALS

Difficulty level: Medium – requires thumb gusset,
colorwork, and reading a chart
Supplies needed: Worsted weight yarn in main color
(MC) or contrast color (CC). I used Deborah Norville
Everyday Soft worsted’s in cream and Caron Simply
Soft in Dark Country Blue. Double pointed needles in
size to obtain gauge
Gauge: 16 stitches and 18 rows is 4 inches by 4
inches in stockinette stitch

Krista Sukh (creator of Project Pussyhat) launched her next creative project this week. He wants to create a “sea of eyes” for the Walk of Our Life, as he creates a “pink sea” for the Women’s Walk. To create palm-embroidered fingerless gloves, the original designer Kat Coyle brought in Pussyhat.

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Rustic Cables Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

Fingering weight yarn (160 yards (23 grams) for short cuff as shown, or 210 yards (30 grams)
for long cuff), 3 stitch markers, size 1 needles (or needle needed for gauge), and needle for sewing.

Whether you’re knitting crochet mittens for kids or adults, the patterns in this collection can actually keep you looking forward to the cold so you have more reasons to tear them open.

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ZigZag Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

Two colours of any worsted weight wool (Colour A and Colour B). 70 m (77 yards) of each
colour will be plenty
4.5 mm/US#7 needles
Tapestry needle
GAUGE:
Because the pattern is knit sideways, gauge is not important for overall fit. The gloves are knit until they
wrap around your hand snugly. Gauge does, however, effect the length of your gloves. My gloves ended
up being 18cm, from top to bottom (just over 7 inches). If your knitting is tighter than mine, your gloves
will be a bit shorter. If your knitting is looser than mine, your gloves will be a bit longer. If you like a
shorter glove, a CO of 39 sts with one less pattern repeat is also an option.

This simple template was originally designed as a stylist. The drawing is from Barbara Walker’s book “The Fourth Treasure of Knitting Patterns”. Gloves are knitted straight or sideways,
and requires stitches. Unfortunately, I thought of calling this pattern warm gloves, because this winter I found myself getting more and more of them, and less and less of the fuller ones.
The gloves I used for the season. Share this free pattern’s charity by knitting for your friends, loved ones or complete strangers.

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Waffle Stitch Fingerless Gloves

 

MATERIALS

Gauge: 5 stitches/inch
Materials: 80-100 yards
of worsted weight wool
(gloves shown knit with
about 80 yards of
100purewool.com
Merino Worsted 3 ply)
Needle: US 7 (4.5 mm) or
size needed to obtain
gauge

These fingerless gloves were made to help me hide. I was able to knit a hat and these mittens with a hank of 100 pure wool (218 yards in total). These mittens are knitted as a plain knit and sewn to the side. They sleep fast and look tougher than they really are!

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Regency Red Cable Knit Gloves

 

MATERIALS

4mm (US 6) Knitting needles.
4.5mm (US 7) knitting needles.
4mm (US 6) and 4.5mm (US 7) 9″ or 16″ circular needles needed for the thumb section.
I used my interchangeable circular needles on a 40cm/16′′ cable.
I did not join in the round to knit the main section of the mitt.
I did join in the round to complete the thumb section and used the magic loop technique.
You may want to use a smaller cable for this section if you have one.
Cable needle 4.5mm (US 6.5) size.

The Regency Red Drawstring Fingerless Glove Model is perfect for those who love to weave cables. Gloves are knitted with plain knit, top with cable break and underside with front satin stitch. Then part of the thumb is knitted in a circle.

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