Newest Free Crochet Gloves Ideas Winter Season- 2021
Fresh preparations for winter? Try these crochet gloves ideas for next winter. These ideas of the upper hook gloves are so great that you can not resist the test. Go find some colorful threads and start applying your crochet skills. It is definitely time to play with threads and make great articles. What does it look like to hold a cup of coffee with your precious knit or crochet gloves?
Horizon Fingerless Gloves Pattern
You like the idea of a little pop but you don’t want the whole pig to go away? These gloves are the answer. With four rows of colorful bobble seams, these gloves add just the right touch of fascination to your fingerless gloves.
Rumpelstiltskin Hand Warmers Pattern
The Rumpelstiltskin design is everything you’d expect in a fingerless glove.
It is suitable for beginners, but still beautiful and voluminous. The extra buttons add a real finishing touch that is worth buying in any store or market. But that’s not necessary – you just have to buy some yarn to make these beauties yourself.
Victoria’s Winter Crochet Fingerless Gloves Free Pattern
Skill level: Easy
#4 – Medium / Worsted weight yarns (Approx: 80 yards)
1 skein of Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted – Cream (Amazon affiliate)
I-9, 5.5mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle for weaving ends.
Gauge: 12 sc x 15 rows = 4” with 5.5mm crochet hook.
Shell Wristwarmers Pattern
Skill level: Intermediate
The great thing about fingerless gloves is that they are just as useful as an accessory. If you want to add some style to your hands in winter, try this gorgeous shell wrist warmer.
While they may seem a little advanced, they are relatively easy to do – so beginners can take up this challenge and come up with a nice set of fingerless gloves.
Plaid Fingerless Gloves Pattern
Note: The sample uses Lion Brand Wool Ease in Black, Fisherman, & Oxford Grey. Wool Ease is a category 4 yarn, however it is on the thinner side. If you are using a different worsted weight yarn, be sure to check gauge to ensure proper fit and sizing.
60 yards of worsted weight yarn in Black (B)
12 yards of worsted weight yarn in White (W)
30 yards of worsted weight yarn in Grey (G)
4 mm hook (or larger/smaller for larger/smaller size gloves)
Yarn bobbins, if desired (you can also use simple wooden clothes pins)
Celtic Weave Fingerless Gloves- Free Pattern
These women’s gloves are small to medium in size depending on the tension. For a larger size, you can increase the hook size or add stitches to the side HDC section. The top of the glove is embroidered in rows by turning and then sewing together from the back. I love working in these apartments but of course you can get in and come back while you work. In fact, people had a really strong feeling that they didn’t have their backs. Do what you feel comfortable with!
All My Exes Fingerless Mittens Pattern
I created this pattern with my office work history in mind. Even in the midst of a heat wave, I found myself frozen at my desk, fingers too stiff and numb from the cold to type at any speed. The short cuffs and breathable pattern make these gloves a sensible choice for any time of the year in the office, while the texture adds a little flair to any outfit.
Fox Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern
Worsted weight yarn in orange, white, black, and a background color. I used:
Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Terracotta*, in White*, and in Black*
Patons Classic Wool in Dark Grey Mix
7 (4.5 mm) and G (4.0mm) hook – Clover Amour Hooks*.
(The hook size, thread, and load level during construction will all determine the size of your finished hand warmer. You can see the difference in these pictures – both used the same hook size but I felt more comfortable doing it right handed. It came out a little tight for my left hand, so that when working with my right hand I deliberately kept my tail a little looser.
Millbrook Chunky Mittens
1 skein of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick in Graphite
1 skein of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick in Fishermen
Size J/6.0mm Clover USA Amour crochet hook
Cabled Wrist Warmers
I actually used yarn from a project that didn’t work out a few years ago. I didn’t have the label anymore, I used “Vanna’s Choice” from Lion Brand (I think the color was “linen”). When I first looked at the pattern, it looked a little complicated with so many different stitches, but in the end it was very simple. The beginning consisted of half double crochet, front double crochet (which gives the stitches a heightened effect) and back double crochet. Be sure to check out the tutorials on how to do these stitches for a quick overview and to make sure you are placing your crochet hook in the right places!