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47 Free Crochet Mittens Patterns

Find crochet fingerless mittens and classic mittens for everyone in this collection.

Updated September 18, 2019
Free Crochet Mittens Patterns

Mittens are fantastic patterns to crochet. They's easier to make than gloves, and you can make them quickly and easily!

Once you've mastered some crochet basics, make any of these free crochet mitten patterns. These beautiful projects are fantastic for beginners who are looking to try a project slightly more advanced than a scarf or hat. Learn how to shape the mittens so they fit neatly around your hand. A person should have a pair of mittens in the pocket of every jacket in my opinion, and you can stockpile mittens by making any of these free patterns.

Below, you'll find beginner-friendly mittens that include a pattern for crochet mittens in one piece. You'll see a bunch of crochet fingerless mitten patterns which are even easier than regular crochet mittens. We even have a pattern for crochet mittens with flap (or glittens as I affectionately call them) which are great for texting and other activities.

Crocheted mittens make fantastic gifts, and they'll be a great project for holiday season and for those loved ones with winter birthdays. Of course, customize them by color and size to the recipient, and enjoy! These free crochet patterns for mittens will be your latest obsession.

The Best Crochet Mittens for Beginners

Beginner Mittens for All

Start with the Beginner Mittens for All! This popular crochet pattern is the perfect mittens pattern for beginners. It is a pattern for crochet mittens in one piece, perfect for beginners and great if you're new to crochet!

Free Crochet Mitten Patterns for Adults

  • Easy Crochet Mittens

    This straightforward pattern is cozy and cute! You can use a thick yarn to make these wonderfully warm mittens.

  • Mommy And Me Crochet Mitten Pattern

    This is a super cute idea for making a mitten that you can hold your child's hand with. Normally it's hard to hold your child's hand when you're both wearing mittens, so this is the perfect solution!

  • Warm Up Chunky Crochet Mittens

    This wonderful pattern was designed for Warm Up America and is a quick and easy pattern for beginners!

  • Snow Day Crochet Mittens

    These sweet mittens are embroidered with little hearts so you can celebrate snow days with loving cheer!

  • Crochet Velvet Mittens

    Aren't these mittens just delicious? Use velvet yarn to achieve this lush look.

  • Mixed Stripe Mittens Crochet Pattern

    If you love the look of color blocking, give this stellar pattern a try. 

  • Moss Stitch Mittens Crochet Pattern

    Try the moss stitch and don't forget to make the cuff in a different color to make it pop.

  • Rasta Mittens

    If you want to work up some mittens in a hurry, be sure to give this super bulky pattern a try!

  • Bulky Mittens

    Speaking of bulky mittens, this stitch is almost too pretty to pass up! Go bold with a bright color so your mittens stand out and don't get lost.

  • Basic Men's Mittens

    Need a gift idea for the man who seems to have it all? These basic mittens are perfect for keeping his hands warm.

  • Hygge Mittens

    Look at how fuzzy these are! If you're all about the Nordic lifestyle of coziness and closeness, give this pattern a try.

  • Crochet Scato Mittens

    Have fun changing colors so you have a uniquely color blocked design.

  • Family Mitten

    This is the one size fits all mitten pattern you need, no matter who you're making a project for!

  • Color Pop Mittens Crochet Pattern

    Look at that pop of red! You could make versions of these mittens in a variety of colors for everyone on your gift list.

  • Autumn Amore Mittens Pattern

    I love the color changing pattern on these mittens! The stitches are really gorgeous and the shades of gray and white and lovely.

  • Aspen Tweed Mittens

    Tweed is just one of the best looks out there for a cozy winter ensemble, and this pattern works up in a hurry!

  • Basic Crochet Mittens

    How pretty are these? Find a beautiful red yarn you can't resist and then get to work on this pattern.

  • Snowflake Mittens

    These guys are perfect for those January blues! Experiment with colorwork when you make these accessories.

  • Wavy Shells Mittens

    Make a basic pair of mittens with a twist! Practice the shell stitch when you work up the cuff.

  • Chunky Crochet Mittens and Scarf

    If you're looking for a pattern set to wear all winter, this is the project for you!

Free Crochet Baby Mitten Patterns

Free Crochet Patterns for Children's Mittens

Crochet Mittens with Flap

  • Flip Top Mittens

    These mittens are my personal favorites! I love flip top mittens (or glittens as I like to call them!) because you can easily tap screens or do anything else with your fingers without taking off the whole glove.

Crochet Fingerless Mittens

  • Netties Simple Mitts Crochet Pattern

    These mitts aren't just for winter! In fact, they'd make an adorable spring accessory since they're worked up in bright colors with a mesh texture.

  • Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Crochet

    These stunning mits feature a unique stitch pattern that is dense and super warm.

  • Crochet Shell Fingerless Gloves

    Say hello to elegance! This beautiful project has a vintage feel that pairs nicely with formal clothing or casual dress.

  • Artistic Dreams Crocheted Mitts

    This project is titled so aptly! The beautiful colors of yarn used make one think of a painter's palette! 

  • Brooklyn Crochet Fingerless Gloves

    When the weather is cooler but not quite freezing, these wintry mitts are the perfect option. The green yarn is so nature-inspired and lovely!

  • Catherine Wrist Warmers

    Make a pair of fingerless gloves that are bright and vivacious! Practice a pretty stitch and alternate between shades of red and pink. These are perfect for February!

  • Minion Fingerless Gloves

    Calling all Despicable Me fans! These minion mitts are too cute to pass up.

  • Sparkler Crochet Fingerless Mittens

    The colors in this crochet fingerless mitts pattern are so bright and pretty! The gray contrasts beautifully with the rainbow hues throughout, and the stitch pattern really highlights the great colors.

  • Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers

    Take these to tea at a high tea service this winter! Gather the girls and make sure you bring with you your elegant accessories.

  • Fun Bear Hoodie and Paw Print Mitten

    This is an adorable project that polar bear lovers will have so much fun with. Those big pom poms on the hat are a fantastic finishing touch!

  • Striped Fingerless Gloves

    Hello there, variegated yarn! This is an easy pattern for beginners that works up fast!

  • Mesh Stitch Crochet Gloves

    The mesh stitch is perfect for working up these gloves for those in-between seasons!

  • Stripey Arm Warmers

    Maybe the idea of working up a ripple afghan is intimidating, because what if you lose count! Well the risk is much lower when you work up a smaller project like these cute arm warmers.

  • Flower Fingerless Mitts

    Flowers really do make everything better! Dress up a pair of fingerless gloves with a cute floral embellishment that will remind you of spring even during the colder months.

  • New England Crocheted Hand Warmers

    Mix textures with this elegant crochet pattern! This is perfect for those days when you want to be cozy and classy at the same time.

  • Prairie Winds Fingerless Mitts

    Don't these mitts pair just beautifully with a poncho? This is a classic and simple pattern that will look lovely with any outfit.

  • Octavo Fingerless Gloves

    Swirls and swirls and swirls, oh my! This is a gorgeous pattern you need to try. It's a wonderful skill to learn how to crochet mittens in so many lovely twists and turns!

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