Hello!  It has been a while since my last pattern/tutorial, so I thought I’d get one of my favorite Fall accessories out to you!  Don’t you just love Fall, the crunching of the leaves, wearing jeans and long sleeves and not sweating in the sun!  Ahhhh, Autumn is definitely one of my favorite four seasons of the year.  Fall has a particularly special place in my heart because it is the season you start seeing knit and crochet clothes again!  Yay!

Today I want to share with you a new pattern for fingerless gloves.  You may have seen this photo before, I’m pretty proud of these gloves and I have shown them off on the blog and on some of my other social media places.  I don’t know about you, but I think fingerless gloves are so cool.  They protect your hands from the elements all while freeing your fingers up to text, or take a photo, or drive without a slippery mitt on the steering wheel.  Plus, I like to wear them indoors because my hands tend to get chilly.  So without going into all the other reasons to like fingerless gloves, here is my pattern.

Free Fingerless Glove pattern a simple and elegant DIY crochet fingerless glove tutorial.

Fingerless Gloves


Loops and Threads Woolike – one skein color of your choosing

G Hook

Tapestry needle



Foundation Row:  ch 36, sl st into first ch to form ring

Row 1:  Ch 2 (does not count as st), dc in first ch and each ch around, sl st to first dc.

Row 2:  Ch 2, Fpdc in first two dc, Bpdc in second 2 dc, repeat around, sl st to first Fpdc.

Rows 3-12:  Repeat row 2

Row 13 (at top of ribbing) Ch 2, [dc in first 2 st, sk 2 st, 5 dc in next st (fan made)*, sk 2 st, 2 dc in next st} repeat, ending at *, sl st into first dc. (35 stitches)

Row 14:  [5 dc in middle of 2 dc’s, sk 2 dc, dc between the second and third st in the fan and dc between the third and fourth st in the fan] repeat, sl st in first dc of fan.

Row 15:  ch 2, [dc between the second and third st in the fan and dc between the third and fourth st in the fan, sk 2, 5 dc in the middle of the 2 dc] repeat, sl st in the first dc.

Rows 16-22:  Repeat rows 14 and 15

Row 23: Repeat row 15, sk last fan and ch 6, sl st into first dc of next fan.

Row 24: Repeat row 14, going over the chain with 7 dc,  sl st in first dc

Row 25: Repeat row 15,until over the thumb, 3 dc in between 2 dc, skip 2 dc, dc in between next, skip 1, dc in between next

Row 26: Repeat row 14, until end, 2dc in 3 dc fan, 3 dc fan in between 2 dc, sl st in first dc.

Row 27: Repeat row 15, until end, 3 dc fan in 2 dc, 3 dc fan in between 2 dc, sl st to first dc.

Row 28: Repeat row 14, until end, 2 dc in between 3 dc fan, 3 dc fan in between 2 dc, sl st in first dc.

Rows 29:and 30: Repeat rows 27 and 28

Row 31: sc around mitt top.

If you give this a go, and get confused, please feel free to comment or message me with questions.  The decreases starting with row 26, might need further explanation.  Otherwise, hope you like this pattern, and hope it keeps your hands warm!

Happy Crocheting!

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