There’s something so cozy about a warm pair of gloves or mittens on a cold winter day. After all, does anyone really like cold fingers? I searched around and found some free crochet patterns for gloves and mittens of various sizes for you. Many of the patterns found here were part of the Crochet Mitten Drive Blog Hop.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Shelby Shell Mittens~Crochet for a Cause by Kaleidoscope Art & Gifts
“Join the 2015 #crochetmittendrive, crochet these sassy Shelby Shell Mittens and warm the hearts and hands of those in need.”
2) Two Tone Baby Mittens by Tangled Happy
“Keep tiny fingers warm and cozy in a pair of Two Tone Baby Mittens. Crochet a pair of these thumbless mitts for baby in less than an hour!”
3) Hello Gnome Mittens by Tamara Kelly
“I’ve always had a soft spot for gnomes, and marrying into a Scandinavian family meant learning all about nisses! So when Sonya of Blackstone Designs asked me to participate in the Crochet Mitten Drive Blog Hop, I took my inspiration from their iconic look!”
4) Wonderland Mittens by Charmed by Ewe
“Not only do these mittens look amazing, but the wool also lends a lot warmth to the fabric, making them perfect for a chilly outing in a winter wonderland.”
5) Jersey Gloves by Kim Guzman
These two toned gloves would be super fun with a different color for each finger!
6) Star Mittens by KatiDCreations
“when I heard about a Facebook group called: Crochet Mitten Drive where crocheters would make pairs of mittens to donate to those in need; I knew it was time for me to conquer the ‘fear’ and design a pair of Mittens…. and so I give you the Star Mittens.”
7) Shark Mittens by Annette Hynes
“I designed these mittens last fall for my 4-year-old nephew, but I might have to make them for myself! The body is done in Tunisian simple stitch, but you can easily use regular single crochet if you get the right gauge.”
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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