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Fingerless gloves are the current trend in autumn and winter, although they will not keep your fingers warm. Son more a fashion statement than a luxury accessory. We have 20+ incredible crochet fingerless gloves with which you can work and join in a new sensation. The normal ganchillo gloves son last year, so do not use your fingers and you will not regret them. You can even wear these elegant gloves on the inside and make the palms sweat. The sea you are making has a pair of goose gloves for the boys for the adult, the patterns in this collection are those that earn you the freshest, why they have more reasons to break them.

Easy Crochet Fingerless Gloves Pattern


Yarn: Red Heart Colorscape, (Worsted 4), 1 skein Montreal

Hooks: US Size J (6.00mm) and K (6.50mm)

Notions: Yarn needle, scissors


Finished Size: Approximately 8″ circumference, fits average woman’s hand

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Easiest Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern


Yarn: Lion Brand Color Made Easy, (Bulky Yarn #5), 1 skein Mineral Yellow

Knitting Needles: US Sizes 9 (5.5mm) and 10 (6.0mm) either double pointed or circular. Sample was made using the magic loop method with one circular needle.

Notions: Tapestry needle, scissors

Finished Size: Approximately 8″ hand circumference to fit average woman’s hand

Gauge: 15 sts and 20 rows = 4″ (10cm) in St st with larger needles

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Malia Wrist Warmers Fingerless Gloves Pattern


Finished Sizes: 3.5″ wide x 7″ tall

Hook: I (5.50 mm) or whichever hook is needed to obtain correct gauge, as well as one size smaller (in my case, an H (5mm))

Yarn: 120 yards (total for a pair of wrist warmers) of #4 aran weight. If you choose to do your wrist warmers two-toned like I did, you’ll need about 80 yards of COLOR A for the main part of the design, and 40 yards of COLOR B for the ribbing. Yarn used in sample photos is Yarn Bee’s Rustic Romantic in “Red Roads” and “Sugared Oats”.

Gauge: The gauge for all Malia patterns is a 16 stitch x 16 row swatch, but because this particular pattern is also based on 16 stitches, it makes more sense to simply start following the pattern. So, to make sure your gauge is on the right track, after you’ve finished the first 8 rows, measure them; they should measure 2″. (The height should be about 4″.) Adjust your hook accordingly and begin again if necessary.

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Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Skill levelEasy


Hook: U.S. 4.5mm
Light size 3 Weight Yarn (approx. 140 yards) – Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly used in photos
Darning Needle & Scissors

This crochet pattern is worked in two sections, the ribbed cuff and then secondly the hand portion. To finish it off, the sides are seamed together.

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Chunky Fingerless Gloves Pattern


Worsted weight yarn. I used Lion brand cotton-ease yarn in taupe. (I absolutely love this yarn, it wears well, holds it’s shape and has a great thick feel to it. If you scroll back through my projects you’ll see I use it all the time.)
H hook crochet (5.0 mm)
yarn needle

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Delicate Fingerless Crochet Pattern


G (4.00mm) crochet hook
sport weight yarn, I used Bernat baby sport yarn in white
yarn needle


st: stitch
sl st: slip stitch
ch: chain stitches
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet

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Lily Lemon Peel Mittens Pattern


<100g of an aran or worsted weight yarn
4.5mm hook
Scissors and needle for finishing

Abbreviations (US TERMS)
Single Crochet Back Loop Only (SCBL)
Single Crochet (SC)
Double Crochet (DC)
Slip Stitch (SS)
Chain (CH)
Stitch count is in brackets at the end of each round.

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50-minute fingerless crochet gloves


One skein of worsted weight yarn. I recommend Bernat Super Value. Shop all 73 shades HERE at Yarnspirations.com.
Size H Crochet Hook
Tapestry Needle


Ch = Chain

Sl St = Slip Stitch

SC = Single Crochet

DC = Double Crochet

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Puff Stitch Fingerless Gloves Pattern


5mm crochet hook – if you’d like a larger glove (or for it to be a bit more roomy), then you can use a 6.5mm hook

Worsted weight yarn (I used Caron Cakes %100 acrylic)


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Crochet Shell N chains Fingerless Gloves


Sport yarn (16 WPI / approx: 150 yards)

I used 1 Skein 50g High Quality Natural Silk Cotton Baby Sweater Soft Yarn Knitting Hot Watermelon Red
5mm crochet hook
(You can use DK / worsted weight yarns and crochet hook obtain the gauge)

Gauge 18 dc, 7 rows = 4” with 5mm crochet hook.

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Textured Fingerless Gloves Pattern


*Worsted Weight yarn ( I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby)
*H Hook -You can use larger hook if you have bigger hands.
*Stitch Markers
*Measures 7 inches around x 6 1⁄2 length or longer
*Stitches and Terms used:
(sl st) slip stitch
(sc) single crochet
(hdc) half double crochet (dc) double crochet
(sk) skip

*note– I have small hands and crochet tight so you may want to crochet looser or go up to an I hook.

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Ombre Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Skill LevelEasy


Small: 3 inches wide by 8 inches length, 6 inches around
Medium: 3.5 inches wide by 8 inches length, 7 inches around
Large: 4 inches wide by 8 inches length, 8 inches around
X-Large: 4.5 inches wide by 8 inches length, 9 inches around

Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre: Color – Baja Blue
Hook: 5.00 mm [US H / 8] Stitch Markers (1)
Yarn Needle

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Lemon Peel Fingerless Glove Pattern


Materials Needed:
Hook: H/8 (5.00mm)
Yarn: Red Heart Soft, charcoal, or any worsted weight yarn in color of choice
needle row counter, or way to count rows

Stitches Used:

ch= chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
Fpdc = front post double crochet

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Polly Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern


170 yards of aran/worsted (4) weight yarn. I used Red Heart with Love (7oz (198 g) , 370yds (338m), 100% acrylic) in the Iced Aqua colorway.
Crochet hook US size H (5.00 mm)
Tapestry needle
Tape measure

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Adeline Fingerless Mitts or Arm Warmers

1. Worsted weight size 4 medium yarn.

2. Hook H (5 mm).

3. Sewing needle to weave in the tails.

14 dc st = 3 ½ inches

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Chrissy’s Cabled Fingerless Gloves

Hook: H/8 5mm

Yarn: Any Worsted
Gauge: 13 sts, 9 rows = 4” in HDC
Notions: Yarn needle, 1” button

Notes: It was examined from bottom to top in one piece. By alternately working the back and front loops, a striped pattern is created on the cuff. The creation and weaving of loops on the glove creates a “cable knit” look. The loop and button on the open cuff add visual interest to the design. This design should fit an average sized hand. 7 ½ ”along the joints if crocheted loosely.

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Primrose and Proper Fingerless Gloves


Materials Needed:
5mm (H) hook, or hook needed to obtain gauge
80-100 yards Red Heart Super Saver in Aran or color of your choice
Yarn needle

Stitches Used:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet

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The Mustard Mitts Pattern


Along with the yarn you will also need:

A 4mm/G crochet hook



2 small toggle buttons (1-2cm long)

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Crochet wrist warmers

In the colder and darker seasons, it’s nice to wear a double crochet wrist warmer. For these wrist warmers you need 29 g of thread and 8 g of thread with a 3.5 mm crochet hook.

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Up North Crochet Fingerless Gloves


Any medium worsted weight yarn. I used Loops & Threads Chameleon (4) yarn (for the multi-color fingerless mittens)
Size I hook, if you like a snug fit use an H hook
Blunt needle

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Sie stimmen mir zu, dass, wenn Sie online nach Handschuhen suchen, die Anzahl der Beiträge, die Sie über fingerlose Häkelhandschuhe finden, weit über der der regulären Beiträge liegt. Auch Muster für fingerlose Handschuhe sind viel im Vergleich zu ihren Gegenstücken. Nun, wenn Sie diesen Trend gesehen haben, lassen Sie mich darauf aufmerksam machen, dass es kein Zufall oder Unfall ist. Das liegt an folgenden Gründen.

Niemand genießt es, Finger zu stricken

Wenn Sie Stricker fragen, werden sie Ihnen sagen, dass die Finger klein sind, aber sie zu stricken ist ein Ärger. Als sich herausstellte, dass Handschuhe auch ohne die Finger noch ihren Zweck erfüllen können, erkannten Hersteller und Einzelpersonen in der Strickindustrie, dass es angebracht war, so viele fingerlose Häkelhandschuhe wie möglich herzustellen. Immerhin ist es immer noch stilvoll, Handschuhe ohne Finger zu haben.

Menschen mögen es nicht, Handschuhe zu entfernen, wenn sie ihre Handys benutzen wollen

Nun, dies ist ein digitales Zeitalter und jedes Mal, wenn Sie Leute finden, die mit ihren Handys chatten, surfen oder andere Dinge tun. Mit Handschuhen ist es immer anstrengend und langweilig, die Handschuhe jedes Mal auszuziehen. Daher bevorzugen viele Menschen die Verwendung von fingerlosen Handschuhen, da sie nicht jedes Mal, wenn sie ein Telefon benutzen, das Gerät ausziehen müssen. Deshalb gibt es morgens und abends Männer, die es vorziehen, fingerlose Häkelhandschuhe zu verwenden als die normalen.

Viele andere Gründe sind für den Trend verantwortlich. Wenn du deine Freunde das nächste Mal triffst, musst du ihnen nie viele Fragen stellen. Sie haben die Optionen abgewogen und wissen, dass dies die Handschuhe des 21. Jahrhunderts sind.