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5 Fabulous, Free Fingerless Mitts Knitting Patterns to Sweep Warmth into Autumn

Want to make hands warm while keeping fingers free? Here are 7 fantastic free patterns for fingerless gloves and mitts

free fingerless knitting patterns

I love fingerless glove knitting patterns!

Before I became a knitter, I had no idea how useful fingerless gloves could be. I love that they keep your hands warm while allowing your fingers to do important tasks like knitting (of course!), typing, driving, digging money or a credit card out of your wallet, making phone calls, or sending text messages.

I’ve even been known to cook while wearing fingerless gloves!

Lately I’ve been on a mission to find the most popular knitting patterns available online. So, because autumn is finally arriving, this seems like a good time to find popular fingerless glove patterns.

Camp Out Fingerless Mitts - free pattern
Camp Out Fingerless Mitts
Photo: Tante Ehm

Popular Free Fingerless Glove Patterns

Camp Out Fingerless Mitts: This simple pattern is perfect for displaying a yarn with beautiful color variegation!

Susie Rogers Reading Mitts: It’s easy to see why these mitts are popular. They are fancy, fun, beautiful, and timeless.

Susie Rogers Reading Mitts
Susie Rogers Reading Mitts
Photo: Suzanne Rogers

Vancouver Fog Fingerless Gloves: I love the look of these cables that run the entire length of the mitt!

75-Yard Mmmalabrigo Fingerless Mitts: Do you have a tiny amount of Malabrigo (or some other luxury yarn) and no idea what to use it for? Try these tiny fingerless gloves!

Sucky Thumb Mitts - free fingerless mitt pattern
Sucky Thumb Mitts
Photo: Marianne Cant

Sucky Thumb Mitts: These are so precious for the baby in your life (keep those sweet hands warm while still allowing freedom of sucking!), but the pattern is available in an adult size, too. With just a small amount of yarn, you can make fingerless gloves for both mama and baby!

This autumn, why not whip up a bunch of fingerless mitts? They’re such a wonderful way to greet the oncoming autumn with open arms (and fingers!).