Fingerless Flower Mitts {Free Crochet Pattern}


Free Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern!

Though it feels like summer has just arrived here in Colorado, the crafter inside me knows it’s time to start thinking about crochet projects for the Fall!  This free crochet fingerless gloves pattern is a perfect project to have on hand for Fall.  The stunning flower accent really sets off these fingerless gloves, and makes them a fun and unique design.

Thank you to Kristin Wilson of Kristin in Stitches for contributing this adorable free crochet fingerless gloves pattern as part of my Guest Contributor Program!  Be sure to stop by her shop and check out the matching Flower Headband Pattern she designed.



Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

In Order to Get This Pattern, Please Pay With “Like” and A Share:

1. Give Kristin in Stitches a “like” on Facebook!  Simply hit the “like” button below:

2. Head over to Ravelry, add this pattern to your favorites and queue the pattern listing.  This is a great way to help designers connect with new customers, and we always super appreciate you taking that extra moment!

You’ll find the Ravelry listing here.

3. Share this blog post with your crafty friends.  Please use the handy social sharing buttons at the bottom of this post so your crafty friends can take advantage of this free pattern too.

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Crochet Fingerless Gloves – Free Pattern

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Download the pattern by clicking here.





Kristin Wilson of Kristin in Stitches

Kristin is from New Zealand, a homeschooling mama of four, and a brand new designer. Her inspirations are from her friends, family and her own quirky imagination. Her shop is a little bare at the moment, but she assures me that she has plenty of new designs on the way. She may not have much free time, but almost all of it is dedicated to crochet!


Connect with Kristin Wilson now:

Find her on Ravelry by clicking here.

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15 Comments On “Fingerless Flower Mitts {Free Crochet Pattern}”

  1. Heidi Higginbotham

    I am really enjoying the Guest Contributor program. These are different from most: love the flower. Thx so much!

  2. Very, very, VERY cute. Love them, will be making them soon!

  3. The fingerless gloves are so pretty

  4. Oh how I wish there was a KNIT pattern for these!!!

    • I know! Most of my Guest Contributors haven’t been knitters….I have a few freebies coming up with both versions, and I’m hoping to connect with more knit designers in the future as well. Sorry to disappoint though!

  5. Love the mittens!

  6. Virginia LaMountain

    Trying to get fingerless gloves free pattern. Thank you! also this will be the 4th time I am sending you my name and email address below.

    • Hi Virginia! You don’t have to send me your name and e-mail to get the pattern. Be sure to read the instructions thoroughly and then click on the red text that says “Click here to download.”

  7. Carolyn M. Steadham

    This didn’t download after I liked and shared!
    Bout par!

  8. I’m taking the pattern to my vacation.
    It’s really gorgeous and my daughter loves them.
    Thank you so much

  9. I have been looking for some fingerless mitts for awhile now and these just fit the bill. I really like them and want to thank you for letting me give you beautiful pattern a try.

  10. I can’t wait to make these. A few more weeks recovery should have me up and going again. Had a scope and arthoscopic shoulder surgery on Monday to remove bone spurs and arthritis off the end of my shoulder. 3 days and I’m sneaking a tablet holder crochet in.Shhh.?…I am looking at further surgery down the road to make more room for my muscles to move more freely in my shoulder but the pain relief is amazing so far, even though it still hurts.Lol

  11. I have followed the directions to get the free pattern in ravelry but it just keeps bringing me back to the directions…. am i doing something wrong?

    • You have to input your information into the form at the bottom of the page, and the pattern will be emailed to you 🙂

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