Beginner Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

I’m still here and kicking and sharing my most recent free pattern for beginner fingerless gloves. I’ve been experimenting with all of this planned pooling with yarn…how about you???  If you are a person that has to do good and do right like me then stay away from this pooling crap!  So far I have completed 1 scarf project that came out right!!!!  YAY for me!!!!  If you have tried this then you definitely know what I mean.  Maybe in a few weeks I will have some of these projects to share with you.  But I wouldn’t hold my breathe…not just yet. 

My new creation is my beginner fingerless gloves.  My biggest fan of these gloves is my daughter , Chase.  This is 1 of the most easiest patterns I think there is available anywhere.  I have been playing with these as you can see above and below.  The 1st gloves I made were short ones with no extra bling.  Well then you all know me by now I must have Bling!!!  So I started experimenting with adding flowers and embroidery.  Some I just add some buttons to.

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These variegated ones are so cute too!  So as you can see you can change up colors, types and textures of yarns.  I think I’m making some with fur around the wrist…what do you think?

If you would like to check out another free pattern for gloves here’s my newest  Woodlander Fingerless Gloves 



I/9 5.50 MM


Hobby Lobby “Yarn Bee Soft Secret” 4-medium weight (100% acrylic, 6 oz/170 gms, 300 yds, 275 m) 

Hobby Lobby “Homespun” 5-bulky weight (88% acrylic, 12% polyester, 6 oz/170 gms, 185 yds, 169 m)


sl st:  slip stitch

sc:  single crochet

ch:  chain

sp:  space

st:  stitch

beg:  beginning

rep:  repeat


Pattern is worked in the round

Glove body is created using the Soft Secret yarn

Trim is created using the Homespun yarn


ch 24, sl st to beg ch without twisting to join in the round 

Rnd 1:  ch 1, sc in same ch as ch 1, sc in every ch around, sl st to beg sc (24 sc

Rnd 2-9:  Rep  rnd 1 (24 sc)

Rnd 10:  This row is when you will add thumb hole follow the instructions below for each hand

Right Hand:

ch  1,  sc in same sc as ch 1, sc in next sc, ch 4, skip 4 sc, sc in every sc around, continue to rnd 11(20 sc, 4 ch)

Left hand:

ch 1,  sc in same sc as ch 1, sc in next 17 sc, ch 4, skip 4, sc in last 2 sc, continue to rnd 11 (20 sc, 4 ch)

Rnd 11-16: rep rnd 1, fasten off (24 sc)


Rnd 1:  sl st into same sp where you fastened off main color, ch 1, sc in same sp as ch 1, sc in every sc around (24 sc)

Rnd 2-3:  rep rnd 1, fasten off, weave in ends, (24 sc)

You can add flower, button, pearls, or whatever type of extra bling you would like or leave them basic.  


Please as always I hope you enjoy this pattern!

Let me know what you think

Chrissy <3

I am a wife, mother and grandma all rolled into one women's body. I have a PASSION for creating through Crochet with LOVE!!!!

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