Fingerless Knitted Mitts

23 Fingerless Knitted Mitts Patterns to Keep Your Hands Warm

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When colder days are coming, knitted mitts will be your saviors! It is really important to have a couple of comfy and warm mittens, that will keep you cosy and safe from the cold. And if you’re knitting a pair for your kiddos, you can always join the mitts with a thread to make sure, they won’t loose it.

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1. Heart Story

  • Designed by Pelykh Natalie

This lovely fingerless mittens free knitting pattern is created by talented Ukrainian designer Natalie Pelykh. Check the very detailed pdf instructions to make a Valentine’s Day gift for someone or a sweet winter accessory for yourself. Enjoy!

fingerless mitts free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Pelykh Natalie / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Pretty Purple Arm Warmers

  • Designed by Wenonah Pickrell

It’s very unusual to meet such a voluminous design for hand warmers, but it looks so fresh and cute! You can try to make the same with the free knitted fingerless gloves pattern. You’ll enjoy creating this texture and wear them pridefully for your stylish look.

hand warmers free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Wenonah Pickrell / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Seamless Fingerless Mittens

  • Designed by Priscillia Uloho

Do you want to learn the seamless knitted mittens technique? Follow this free knitting pattern, and you will create a pair for yourself. You can leave this lovely design with bears or choose your colors, but it still is useful and warm fingerless mittens that you made.

free knitted fingerless mittens pattern

PHOTOS by Priscillia Uloho / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on ericaandeleanor.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Choco Mitts

  • Designed by Comfort Zone Knits

The classic cable design of these knitted fingerless mittens makes them universal to most looks. You’ll work them in rounds without seams and learn the technique with the free knitted mitts pattern. It includes a chart and written instructions, so grab your gear and warm your hands.

fingerless mitts free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Comfort Zone Knits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. Umbrella Weather

  • Designed by Gillian Hagemann

The lace block of this free knitted fingerless mittens pattern represents raindrops, cute umbrellas save you from rain, and the mittens care about you when its a sweater weather. This is a relatively easy and fast project. Try it and stay in comfort in mid-season times.

knitted fingerless gloves free pattern

PHOTOS by Gillian Hagemann / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Big V Little Mitts

  • Designed by Vivian Goffart

I like this beautiful traveling cable on these knit fingerless mittens, and what about you? The free knitting pattern considers two different hands, which is why the cable is mirrored on the right and left. It comes in one size, but you can always learn how to knit the principal elements and adjust the pattern.

knitted fingerless mittens free pattern

PHOTOS by Vivian Goffart / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

7. Mitt Envy Knitted Mitts

  • Designed by weezalana

These fun, knitted mitts are super cool and very comfy. They should fit hands about ~6¾”- 8¼” around. The finished length is 5½” from cuff to cuff. The best part is how comfy and beautiful they look, you’ll love them!

Mitt Envy

PHOTOS by weezalana / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knittywhipped.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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8. Warm Brew Mittens

  • Designed by Joanne Bint

If you like to feel warm and cosy during late fall and winter time, you will definitely need some mittens. These amazing mittens will keep your hands warm, but you will be still able to use your phone or do anything else!

Warm Brew Mittens

PHOTOS by SnowyThistleKnits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.com, or read more about this version on Ravelry.

9. Camp Out Fingerless Mitts

  • Designed by tante ehm

This classic mitts design is truly one in a kind. Why? Well, because these mittens are super elegant and simply timeless. In other words, make sure to knit these as soon as you can, surely before the colder days come!

Camp Out Fingerless Mitts

PHOTOS by Kazyuk / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.com, or read more about this version on Ravelry.

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10. Nalu Knitted Mitts

  • Designed by Leila Raven

These amazing mitts are fingerless, so they are super useful if you want to use your phone on a colder day. Moreover, you can make them in all the colors of the rainbow and with yarn scraps. In other words, it’s a great way to get rid of leftover yarn.

Nalu Mitts

PHOTOS by Leila Raven / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on quinceandco.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

11. Want not Knitted Mitts

  • Designed by Valentina Georgieva

I absolutely love the amazing braided design of these mitts. They are an absolutely amazing last-minute gift that will last forever and be surely used very often. You can gift it for Christmas or a birthday. It’s going to be amazing!

Want not

PHOTOS by twoknitwit / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on valknitting.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

12. Ujiji

  • Designed by Kirsten Kaae

Do you love autumn as much as I do? Well, it’s pretty sure that it’s an amazing time of the year. However, it can be cold and windy as well, so it’s better to always have a warm pair of knitted, fingerless mittens in your purse. They are super stretchy and with a tight fit, so don’t worry, they will fit you perfectly!

Ujiji

PHOTOS by Kirsten Kaae / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

13. Snowy Mountains

  • Designed by Sanne Kalmbacher

If you want to make a fun and cute pair of gloves, these adorable ones by Sanne Kalmbacher will make you fall in love with fingerless mitts all over again! What’s more, they make an amazing birthday or Christmas gift, because they are super comfy and made with love. There are three different sizes available.

Snowy Mountains

PHOTOS by Sanne Kalmbacher / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

14. Hand in Hand

  • Designed by Pia Thadani

You can make your pair look exactly the same, or go for a different color with each glove! This pattern is an amazing idea to make matching gloves for you and your significant other. What’s more, they are reversible and fingerless, as you can see on the pictures below, so you can still use your fingers. Pia Thadani did a great job with this pattern!

Hand in Hand

PHOTOS by Pia Thadani / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on StitchesnScraps.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

15. Mittenes “Mei”

  • Designed by Eiko Sashihara

A knitted pair of beautiful mitts is exactly what you need when it’s cold and gloomy outside. Like for instance this fantastic pair in the pictures below, that’s made by Eiko Sashihara and it’s a wonderful, delicate project that is simply timeless!

Mittenes Mei

PHOTOS by Eiko Sashihara / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

16. Glacier fingerless gloves

  • Designed by Mirella Moments

These simple, knitted gloves in the pictures below were made by Mirella Moments and they are simply timeless, don’t you think? I’m pretty sure they will look just as good in 20 years as they do now! Just remember to use a durable material, like cotton or wool.

Glacier fingerless gloves

PHOTOS by Mirella Moments / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on mirellamoments.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. Norland Park Mitts

  • Designed by Craig Rosenfeld

These adorable knitted mitts below are super easy to make and memorize. They begin in the round, are knit flat to make the thumb opening, and will make your hands really warm this winter! What’s more, 1 skein will give you 2 pairs of mitts!

Norland Park Mitts

PHOTOS by Craig Rosenfeld / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on loopyarn.com.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

18. Gullregn – Fingerless Mittens

  • Designed by Agnes Brandels

Järbo, a trusted Swedish brand with a heritage dating back to 1896, presents a delightful collection of fingerless mittens. These meticulously crafted, Nordic-inspired hand warmers showcase the essence of cozy style. Explore this stunning range of fingerless mittens that effortlessly blend fashion and function. With carefully selected yarns and accessories, Järbo ensures that each pair is a work of art. Enhance your winter wardrobe with the step-by-step knitting patterns.

A pair of fingerless mitts with knitted designs.

PHOTOS by Agnes Brandels / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on jarbo.se, or read more about it on Ravelry.

19. Fine Lines Knitted Fingerless Mittens

  • Designed by Isabel Baumgardt

Unveil elegance with knitted fingerless gloves! Crafted for comfort, these gloves have a practical design that makes them ideal for any occasion. The finesse of this accessory is a perfect blend of style and functionality. The gloves are beginner-friendly and easy to make, ensuring your hands stay cozy in any weather. Elevate your fashion with this chic addition that enhances your look with fine lines and unparalleled grace. The fingerless mittens pattern is free.

Knitted fingerless mitts.

PHOTOS by Isabel Baumgardt / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

20. Semplice Light Mitts

  • Designed by Stacey Winklepleck

This cozy accessory pattern allows you to make easy-to-knit fingerless mittens. Ideal for a chilly office or to add a touch of warmth in winter, these mittens are a quick project that can be finished in hours! Decorated with twisted ribbed cuffs for a snug fit, they show off all the beauty of yarn. Experience comfort and style in one handy accessory! With an easy-to-follow pattern, it’s really fun to work.

A knitted pair of fingerless mitts.

PHOTOS by Knit Picks / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knitpicks.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

21. Bauble Mitts

  • Designed by The Lamb & Kid Designs

These fingerless mittens are a compromise between warmth and functionality. If you’re looking for a fashion-forward accessory to enhance your winter style, this one should be first on your to-do list. They’re quick to knit, and you can finish this project in an evening or two. Plus, you can easily adjust the size so these handmade mittens fit you perfectly. Follow the step-by-step knitting instructions and get started right away!

Free knitting pattern for knitted fingerless mitts.

PHOTOS by The Lamb & Kid Designs / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on thelambandkid.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

22. Casserole Mitts

  • Designed by The Lamb & Kid

This knitted mitten design is made for using scraps! Colorful and cheerful, it’s a must-have accessory to keep you warm on the coldest days. The oversized design adds to the vibe and makes this pair even more cozy. Download the free pattern and add some color to your routine today!

A woman is holding a potted plant while wearing colorful knitted fingerless mitts.

PHOTOS by The Lamb & Kid / thelambandkid.com

Find the original free pattern on thelambandkid.com.

23. Very Classic Gloves

  • Designed by Purl Soho

Classic it is. An elegant pair of knit mittens for those who find style in simplicity. Such a versatile design can easily be paired with any style of clothing. The earthy color of the yarn makes it suitable for both formal and casual outfits. The design is quite easy to work. Just follow the instructions step by step.

A pair of knitted mitts.

PHOTOS by Purl Soho / purlsoho.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com.

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2 Comments

  1. barbara Savary says:

    loking foe a childs fingerless mitten pattern

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