11 of the Best Crochet Fingerless Gloves

Everybody needs a pair of crochet fingerless gloves to stash in their pocket when the chill hits this fall and winter. Fingerless gloves are simple to crochet, thanks to the rectangular shape, and easy to wear. (Looking for knitting? Right here.)

The Best Crochet Fingerless Gloves

They’re also a great chance to try out techniques like colorwork, since they’re small and you don’t have to stress too much about messing it up. Ripping back a crochet fingerless glove is, after all, so much less painful than ripping back something like a garment!

If you have a healthy yarn stash, you probably won’t even need to buy new yarn to make these crochet fingerless gloves. They require smaller amounts of yarn, which also make them great gifts.

Check out these 11 great-to-stitch crochet fingerless gloves patterns

Fox Handwarmer Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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1. Fox Handwarmer / Fingerless Gloves

Whether you’re itching to try colorwork or are already a colorwork expert, these cute gloves could be your next fall project. The fox’s tail wraps all the way around the glove, giving you not just a cute glove but also a warm glove!

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Hi-Five Fingerless Gloves FREE Crochet Pattern

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2. Hi-Five Fingerless Gloves

If you need to adjust the size of these gloves, simply go up or down a hook size. You can even change up the weight of the yarn if you’d like. Because the stitch is so simple, it’s easy to customize these beauties.

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Victorian Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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3. Tabitha Fingerless Gloves

These gloves are a bit longer and therefore require more yarn than other fingerless gloves, but the result is worth it! The longer length is great for keeping your arms warm even as cold air sneaks up your sleeves.

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Kitty Cat Fingerless Crochet Gloves

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4. Kitty Cat Fingerless Gloves

Meeeow! These gloves are perfect for cat lovers and anyone else who loves a dose of cuteness in their accessories. The pieces of the cat’s face are crocheted separately, so be prepared to do some seaming.

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Austere Wrist Warmers Crochet Pattern

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5. Austere Wrist Warmers

This pattern has a super simple stitch that you’ll memorize quickly, making these gloves great for last-minute gifts. You’ll need to know how to work in the back loops to give the gloves a bit of texture. (Check out our tutorial all about working in the back loops if you need a reminder!)

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Shannon's Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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6. Shannon’s Fingerless Gloves with Flowers

When a pair of plain fingerless gloves just doesn’t cut it, try a little embellishment like these flowers. Scrap yarn will work just fine for the flowers and the shell border. Check out designer LittleMonkeyShop’s other patterns for a matching cowl, boot cuffs, and ear warmers.

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Fingerless Bobble Crochet Gloves Crochet Pattern

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7. Fingerless Bobble Crochet Gloves

A note to all you American crocheters: this pattern is written in U.K. crochet terms, so check out our handy chart to make sure you’re translating the terms correctly. Otherwise your gloves won’t turn out the way you expect them to!

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Stella Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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8. Stella Fingerless Gloves

Most of us have a couple of buttons we’ve been saving for a special project. This would be a great opportunity to use them. Use a light-colored yarn like the one pictured here if you really want to show off that pretty texture.

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Box Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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9. Box Stitch Fingerless Gloves

Experiment with box stitch, a gorgeous textured stitch, as you whip up a new accessory. It’s simple to customize the length of these. Plus, the lace-up sides that double as thumb holes allow you as much or as little coverage as you’d like on your hands.

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Firecracker Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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10. Firecracker Fingerless Gloves

These front-post double crochet stitches are begging for you to try out lots of different color options. Stripes, variegated colors, solids — they’re all contenders for this pretty pair of gloves. Instructions for adjusting the size are included.

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Queen of Hearts Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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11. Queen of Hearts Fingerless Gloves

These fun little hearts are easier to create than you think! If you can make a bobble stitch, then you’ll have no problems with this funky texture. The pair pictured here was worked up in a cotton, which is perfect for those milder days before the snow begins to fall.

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  1. Ivonne
    Ivonne

    Any updates on when the patterns will be loaded? I was hoping before winter ended, guess will have them ready for next winter season if the patterns are ever loaded.

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  2. Sarah Celani
    Sarah Celani

    How long does it take to upload the patterns ? I can see the sane reply since mid October ( for other patterns ) but nothing’s been uploaded as yet . Is this a joke ?

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  3. Bobbe Kinney
    Bobbe Kinney

    The first comment was on December 19th. Today is January 16th. There is still no link to the patterns. What gives 4 weeks?

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      Hello, I apologize but we are still working on loading content onto the site. If a link or download is not working for you, please attempt your access again in a few weeks. Thanks!

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    • Jessica Rozario
      Jessica Rozario

      That’s what I was wondering I had to go somewhere else to find what they were showing me 🤦🏽‍♀️

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