These crochet fingerless gloves patterns (they’re also called wrist warmers) are a great way to keep your hands warm when it gets cold. They also allow you to use your phone, hold your mug comfortably, and more.
When my office gets chilly, I love putting on my warm and cozy fingerless gloves. When I wear them, I’m able to keep my hands warm while typing, checking my phone, and drinking my tea or coffee.
Additionally, fingerless gloves make great handmade crochet gifts for friends, family, and secret Santa exchanges. You can also donate them to charity.
Crochet Fingerless Gloves and Wrist Warmers
In this post, I’m sharing 11 crochet fingerless gloves and wrist warmer patterns. Make a pair for yourself and a few more for gifts.
Horizon Fingerless Gloves
The pattern for these Horizon fingerless gloves is free. This pattern is a 1-2 hour project, so if you’re looking for something you can whip up quickly, you’ll want to make these gloves.
Get the pattern from Ravelry.
Christmas Fingerless Gloves
Here’s another free fingerless gloves crochet pattern. Once the holidays roll around, you’ll have so much fun creating and wearing these snowman and gingerbread man Christmas fingerless gloves.
Get the pattern from Repeat Crafter Me.
Morning Frost Fingerless Gloves
These Morning Frost gloves are warm, soft and make great gifts. The skill level for this pattern is listed as intermediate, so keep that in mind. Feel free to use different colors when making your gloves.
Get the pattern from Chabe Patterns.
It’s a Hoot Texting Gloves
I love these crochet owl fingerless gloves. As the name states, these gloves can be worn while texting, which is so convenient when you don’t feel like taking off your gloves to use your phone. The sizes given in the pattern should fit larger children, women and men.
Get the pattern from The Hook Hound.
Aren’t these fox handwarmers the cutest? If you like these fingerless gloves, I have some good news for you. There is a free pattern available for these gloves on the 1 Dog Woof blog. You can find it here.
Get the pattern from 1 Dog Woof.
Dragon Tears Fingerless Gloves
Here is a pair of creative fingerless gloves. Play around with the colors you use for your glove. I recommend using a multicolored yarn to give your gloves a fun look. The main pattern will fit medium to large adult wrists. There is an additional portion of the pattern children and XL adult size.
Get the pattern from Heart Hook Home.
Everyday Fingerless Gloves
These crochet fingerless gloves actually look knit, which I love. The skill level for this pattern is listed as beginner and intermediate. The pattern comes in the sizes baby to large adult.
Get the pattern from Two Girls Patterns.
Here’s another pair of dragon style fingerless gloves. If you’ve never done the crocodile stitch, the pattern includes easy to understand instructions as long as helpful photos to show you how to create this beautiful stitch.
Get the pattern from Ruth Brasch Design.
If you’re new to intarsia crochet, this is a great pattern to start with because fingerless gloves are a quick and project. The size of these gloves is one size fits most teens and adults.
Get the pattern from Little Doolally.
Granny Square Mitts
The first thing I learned how to crochet is the granny square, which is probably why I love creating granny square projects. Matching boot cuffs for the pattern is also available from Lullaby Lodge.
Get the pattern from Lullaby Lodge.
Pearl Fingerless Gloves
These lovely feminine fingerless gloves are stylish and perfect for the fall and winter season. The pattern includes instructions for three different sizes, small, medium, and large.
Get the pattern from The Easy Design.
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