13 Cute and Stylish Gloves Crochet Patters
Dear friends. Today I will share with you 13 glove patterns, each more beautiful and flashy. First of all, the winter season in the northern hemisphere is about to end, but our content is generally in English, so it is addressed all over the world. That’s why we have to share these types of gloves. Please let me know in the comments whether you like the gloves or not. I hope you liked these beautiful patterns.
#Evanesce Mittens Free Pattern
I love fades, and they always make me think of things dissipating or disaperating, especially with speckled yarn. Hence the name Evanesce (to dissipate into vapor).
If you are anything like me, you buy beautiful mini-skeins (like Hedgehog Fibres sock minis) for “someday” and have extra sock weight yarn around “just in case”. This stash-busting pattern allows you to use them and look good while doing it!
You will be holding two sock yarns together at all times, and will end up switching one out every seven rows. If your leftovers are a little over or under – Never Fear! You will still be able to get the same effect by switching 1/2-1 rows early or late. Just be sure the document what you do on one mitten to match the other!
#Winter Leaves mittens Free Pattern
“Winter Leaves” mittens are worked in round from the cuff.
Mittens in photos are knitted in a 100% cashmere yarn,
they’re super light and warm.
The mittens are seamless.
They feature a long hem, the same for both mittens, embellished with a simple lace stitch.
The central part instead differs between right and left mitten to allow the leaves motif to be symmetrical between the two hands.
“Small” by Cardiff Cashmere (112 m in 25 gr):
1 X 25 gr ball
Color in photo= Cameo COD 548
Circular meedles (cable 25 cm) or 4DPNs, size 3.5 mm/US 4
#mimmit mitts Free Pattern
The world needs more love, hope and joy. I wish these ladies will give you some of those.
You will knit one fingerless mitt at a time with magic loop. Two identical mitts make one pair. The pattern has been written for magic loop but you could also knit it with double pointed needles if you prefer DPNs.
Novita Merino 4 ply Natural Collection: 50 g = 230 m / 251 yd or any fingering weight merino yarn: 100 g = 400 – 460 m / 437–502 yd
You will need six colors. Solids and semi-solids work the best. Use scraps and leftovers and get creative.
#Simple Sideways Fingerless Gloves Free Pattern
This free pattern on my blog is for fingerless mitts/gloves knit flat using two needles and seamed to create a thumb opening.
I originally designed this to show off a skein of handspun yarn I had spun from a textured batt, but any worsted weight yarn will do! I think something with some fun texture or variation would be lovely.
220 yd / 200 m worsted weight yarn.
One pair of straight needles in size US 9 / 5.5 mm, or a size that lets you meet the prescribed gauge.
A tape measure, 2 stitch markers, 4 locking stitch markers or safety pins, and a tapestry/yarn needle for seaming and weaving in ends.
#Birthday sweets Free Pattern
The pattern starts at 68 stitches and goes up to 80. I like to have a lot of stitches so that I can fit in many things in my pattern. If you knit loose, you need to knit with knitting needles 2.0. The pattern includes photo lessons.
One skein of each color is enough.
The downloaded PDF file includes English and Swedish.
#Colwith Mittens Free Pattern
Colwith Force in the Lake District is one of my favorite spots. The Beck winds its way through magnificent woodland, forming a series of beautiful (and very loud) waterfalls. Colwith Mittens’ design was inspired by this waterfall, a trickle that surrounds a strong cable. If you are ever near Little Langdale, visit it.
The mittens are knitted from bottom to top in a circle, starting with a twisted rib, and then moving into a fairly simple and repeatable pattern of cables. Adding a row of scraps of yarn allows you to open up the mitten and add fingers at the end if you prefer a transformable option.
This template is free, but I’m asking for a favor. I would be extremely grateful if you would donate how much you think this pattern is worth (my testers agreed somewhere around £ 3-5). I would appreciate a donation to one of these three charities – The National Trust, which cares for such a large part of the UK, keeping it green and affordable, the Lake District Mountain Rescue Team (or your local team if you like) or North-West Air Ambulance. These three charities rely heavily on donations and are all wonderful causes doing a great job in the Lake District and in the UK. If you are based outside the UK, feel free to donate to a similar charity wherever you are. Nature should be accessible to everyone, and these charities do just that.
#Lace Tree Wrist Warmers Free Pattern
Simple fingerless wrist warmers with lacy wood adorning the back of the hand. Worked using Magic Loop or DPN.
This design is great for keeping your hands and wrists warm, while still allowing you to control your phone or flip through pages in a book.
I used a total of 60g from a 100g skein of Prairie Spirit’s soft and delicate alpaca yarn, named Ashlyn, after one of the alpacas on the farm.
Someone has already noticed another thing – on page 3, in Pattern Rnd 16, after placing the thumb insert stitches on the holder, you need to increase the number of stitches to keep the number of stitches. This is due to the fact that one of the initial stitches “slips away” from the initial stitches on the gusset. I knew it was happening, but I didn’t pay attention to it specifically in the pattern, just letting it be done with a short stitch.
#Agrifoglio mittens Free Pattern
Circular knitting needles or 4 double pointed needles
sizes 4 mm / US 6 and 4.5 mm / US 7
YARN “einrum” L + 2
(92% pure Icelandic wool, 8% pure Thai silk) 50 g / 93 m
Colors in the photo:
Colore Principale: 2004 STILBÍT (white): 1 ball
Color 1: 2009 OPAL (green): 1 ball
Colore 2: 2016 JASPIS (Bordeaux): 1 ball
SIZES S (M, L)
Height: 24 (25, 26) cm; 9.4 (9.8, 10.2) ”
Arm circumference: 18 (20, 22) cm; 7 (7.8, 8.6) ”
20 stitches and 24 rows = 10 X 10 cm with 4.5mm colored needles / US 7.
#Hestur Mitts Free Pattern
I had a great opportunity to visit Iceland for several years ago. The highlight of the trip was the house trip. Nobel laureate Halldor Laxness. On Amazing tapestries are on display throughout the museum the embroidery was done by the wife of Laxness Auur. She also credited with popularizing the Icelandic lope. sweater. Inspired by Auura’s craft, I decided to decorate these mitts with a folk motif of a horse, which also reminds countless rainbows that we saw at every turn.
Included are detailed instructions for demonstrating embroidery on knitted fabrics. To enjoy knitting this pattern, familiarity with knitting small circles in a circle will be helpful.
#Carmelita Mittens Free Pattern
The flower mittens are named after my beautiful daughter Carmelita. The pattern is best for a knitter who can read charts and run aground with floats. I used washable Berroco wool, but I also made my swatches in the Knit Pick Palette (100% wool, NOT machine washable) and that worked well too.
Suitable for a woman’s average hand.
I used 126 yards of red and 58 yards of white to tie them.
#Moira’s Alpaca Mittens Free Pattern
This new pattern for 2021 is a modified version of my Potluck Wool Mittenettes. It’s meant for a lighter worsted than my other pattern.
The yarn I used is Purgatory Falls 3-ply worsted. It’s 80% alpaca and 20% blue face leicester, which is a soft and springy yarn. This yarn is hard to find, so choose any worsted that knits up at 5.5 sts per inch.
#3 in 1 Hand Warmers Free Pattern
Embark on your own crochet adventure with 3-in-1 crochet warmers that offer 3 unique designs in one pattern. This free crochet pattern lets you customize your project with three possible trims, including fingerless, removable top, or mittens. In this template, you’ll be working with a Fair Isle checkered design that’s super trendy and fun to customize! 3-in-1 warmers are made from the soft worsted yarn of Red Heart With Love. Red Heart With Love is available in a large number of solid and varied shades, which makes the possibilities for color combinations endless!
#Gallatin Mitts Free Pattern
Spring in the Rockies can indeed be very cold, so when we returned earlier than usual to our summer home to shelter during the pandemic, I realized I needed another pair of gloves to warm my hands. After choosing a quick crochet project and working through a series of simple stitches, these funny mitts appeared. Instead of stitching, I decided to finish them with cute buttons.
A great reference for beginners.
S (L): 7.5 (8.5) “19 (21.6) cm, circumference 7” (18 cm) high.