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Winter is upon us, and what better way to stay warm and stylish than with fingerless gloves and mittens that free up your fingers for all your daily tasks?

Whether you’re a knitting enthusiast or a beginner looking for a new project, we’ve rounded up some of the best free mittens and fingerless knitting pattern choices  that are sure to keep your hands toasty. Let’s dive into the world of cozy creations! Release your inner Scrooge, and have fun with fingerless mittens you make for yourself.

1. Fetching Mittens

Cheryl Niamath’s “Fetching”  mittens are a classic favorite. The cable detailing adds a touch of sophistication to these fingerless gloves, making them both stylish and practical. After all, who doesn’t like a classic design with a spruced-up, modern feel?

A pair of knitted fingerless mitts with the text pecching fingerless knitting pattern.

The pattern is featured on Knitty.

2. Circle Mitts

Sybil R’s “Circle Mitts” pattern, combines simplicity with elegance. The circular design sets these mitts apart, providing a unique and eye-catching accessory for colder days. Moreover, they are not difficult to knit, and thus something of a rite of passage for a beginner.

Circle mitts fingerless knitting patterns.

This pattern is available on the author blog here.

3. The World’s Simplest Mittens

For those who prefer traditional mittens, “The World’s Simplest Mittens” by tincanknits lives up to its name. This pattern is perfect for beginners or anyone looking for a quick and straightforward project. It’s perfect for the veteran, who finds herself or a family member short of mits for the next day.

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The free pattern is available on Ravelry.

4. Bella’s Mittens

Inspired by the Twilight series, Marielle Henault’s “Bella’s Mittens” on Ravelry are stylish and functional. The chunky cable design adds a cozy touch, making them ideal for chilly winter days. I love the fact that they’re inspired by a movie series, but are beautiful in their own right.

Bella's fingerless mittens free knitting pattern.

The free pattern is available on Ravlery.

5. Susie Rogers’ Reading Mitts

Susie Rogers’ “Reading Mitts” pattern is a delicate and versatile option. The lace detailing gives these mitts a feminine touch, making them suitable for both casual and dressier occasions. And, of course, there are presents to be given in the near future.

Susse Rogers fingerless mitts free knitting pattern.

The free pattern is available on Ravlery.

6. Maize Mitts

Tincanknits strikes again with “Maize” on Ravelry, a fingerless mitts pattern that combines simplicity with a bit of texture. These mitts are perfect for showcasing your favorite yarn or experimenting with color.  However, like their namesake, warm yellows and greens are perfect for this project.

Free fingerless knitting pattern for maze mitts.

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The free pattern is available on  Ravlery.

7. Camp Out Fingerless Mitts

Tante ehm’s “Camp Out Fingerless Mitts” offer a playful and textured design. The pattern provides an opportunity to experiment with different stitch patterns and colors. Moreover, the texture is highly pleasant visually and to the touch.

Camp out fingerless knitting patterns.

You can download a free pattern from Ravelry.

8. Pioneer Gloves

A pair of fingerless gloves with the words "pioneer gloves", perfect for your knitting patterns.

Kelly McClure’s “Pioneer Gloves” on Ravelry bring a rustic and timeless feel to fingerless gloves. The textured pattern adds warmth and interest to these cozy accessories. These definitely have a Scrooge-y vibe.

This free pattern is available on Ravelry.

9. Traveling Cable Hand Warmers

Purl Soho’s “Traveling Cable Hand Warmers” pattern introduces a cable twist to keep your hands snug. The classic design ensures these hand warmers will never go out of style. I like cable twists, because they give the project a bit of “sproing” that’s more form-fitting.

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Free fingerless knitting patterns for traveling cable hand warmers.

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This pattern is available on the Purl Soho blog

10. Cloudburst Mittens

Arienne Grey’s “Cloudburst” pattern on Ravelry captures the essence of a cozy winter day. The intricate lacework makes these fingerless gloves a stunning accessory for any outfit. They are so beautifully delicate and fine.

Cloudburst fingerless.

This free pattern is available on Ravlery

11. Nalu Mitts by Leila Raven – Ravelry

Leila Raven’s “Nalu Mitts” bring a touch of the beach to winter fashion. The wave-like pattern adds a playful element to these fingerless mitts. That said, they are still an eminently wearable pattern.

Nalw fingerless mitts free knitting pattern.

The free knitting pattern is on Ravlery

12. Vancouver Fog Fingerless

Jen Balfour’s “Vancouver Fog”  reflects the misty beauty of the Pacific Northwest. These fingerless gloves feature a unique stitch pattern that sets them apart from the ordinary. There is something just so eminently appealing and nostalgic about woody, forested mountains with mist curling around the trees. And these gloves render it so beautifully.

Vancouver fog fingerless knitting pattern.

The free knitting pattern is on Ravlery.

13. Dashing Fingerless Knitting Pattern

Cheryl Niamath’s “Dashing” pattern provides a stylish alternative to traditional mittens. The cable detailing and button closure make these fingerless gloves a trendy selection. Again, the cabling is such a gorgeous touch! 

Dashing free knitting pattern for fingerless gloves.

The free knitting pattern is on Knitty

14. Basic Children’s Mittens 

Elizabeth Durand’s “Basic Children’s Mittens” is perfect for crafting cozy mittens for the little ones. The straightforward design ensures a quick and enjoyable knitting experience. The small size, which you can increase as needed, makes them a quick answer to “Mom, where are my gloves?!”

Basic children's mittens fingerless knitting pattern.

The free pattern can be found on the Afghans for Afghans blog.

15. Knit Perfect Thumb Gussets for Fingerless Mitts 

Learn how to make stylish fingerless mitts with this easy knitting tutorial featuring fingerless knitting patterns.

Suzanne Bryan’s tutorial on YouTube provides valuable guidance on creating the perfect thumb gussets for fingerless mitts. This tutorial is a great resource for those looking to enhance their knitting skills. For those looking for a written pattern, it is also available on Ravelry.

The tutorial is available on Youtube. Free written pattern you can find on Ravelry

These fingerless knitting patterns offer a wide range of options for keeping your hands warm while allowing the freedom to use your fingers. Whether for a cell phone, car keys or small change, the fingerless mitt is super fun and versatile. Whether you’re into intricate lacework, classic cables, or playful designs, there’s a pattern to suit every style. So, grab your favorite yarn and needles, and let the cozy crafting begin!

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