Wow, I don’t know about where you live, but it sure has gotten cold real fast here!!! Even if it’s not cold now (or ever) in your part of the world, you can always make some gloves or mittens for someone else or to prepare for when the cold hits. So here are 7 free crochet patterns to keep your phalanges warm.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Shelby Mittens by Sincerely, Pam
“This pattern is written in sizes Child Small to Adult Medium and includes both Mitten and Fingerless Glove options.”
2) Easy-On Mittens by Oombawka Design Crochet
“When Red Heart Yarns sent me their newest bulky weight yarn I immediately knew it was the perfect yarn for these mittens. It reminds me of a thicker version of Red Heart Soft Yarn”
3) Jersey Gloves by Crochet Kim
This glove pattern also includes some videos to help and a link to how they can be made with just partial fingers.
4) Winter’s Cerise Crochet Fingerless Gloves Pattern by Crochet For You
“You can finish this pair of fingerless gloves in an hour. It’s easily adjustable to any size.”
5) Crochet Cookies and Cream Mittens by Left in Knots
“Who has tried crocheted mittens before? Well if you haven’t, have I got the mitten patterns for you! These Cookies and Cream Mittens are the 11th free crochet mitten pattern I’ve published.”
6) Wave Your Hands Mitts by Jessie At Home
“The Wave Your Hand Mitts feature a chevron stitch in the round. The point in the back of the hand comes up higher and has a ring to wrap around your middle finger. This stripy accessory can be made in 3 sizes.”
7) Autumn Amore Mittens by Moogly
“The final pattern for the Autumn Amore Crochet Along is the Autumn Amore Mittens! These moss stitch crochet mittens are quick, cozy, and the pattern includes 3 sizes to fit your family!”
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