What’s the one thing you can’t leave the house without when it’s freezing outside? Right, mittens! These seemingly inconsequential articles of clothing are absolutely important if you don’t want to freeze your fingers off.
These mitten patterns are really great for helping you understand crochet basics and understanding how to shape the mittens to fit around a hand. These are great crochet patterns for beginners who are wanting to learn some more advanced crochet techniqes.
Luckily for crafty people like us, we can crochet oodles of these, not just for our own use but for people around us, too! Here, we’ve gathered our top 15 crochet mittens that you can make real quick!
Warm Wool-ish Mittens
This crochet mitten pattern is a two-for-one skein project! That means it only uses half of a skein of yarn so that you'll have plenty left over yarn to crochet another pair or mittens for your bestie!
Via Left in Knots
This crochet pattern uses slip stitch ribbing for the cuff and single crochet for the body that can be done “Waistcoat” style, or traditional single crochet if preferred, though it will look SUPER different. There is an opening for your index finger, so you can easily snap away even during the cold winter months.
These are super easy and fast to make chunky mittens. Something you can whip up in no time during winter.
These mittens have a wrist closure option which allows you to open and close the mitten at the wrist. These mittens open at the wrist so you can easily pop the hand into the mitten itself (not getting stuck on the narrower cuff part) and once the hand is inside you can button up the wrist closure and the hand stays inside the mitten
Via Oombawka Design
Color Block Mittens
Lovely color-blocked mittens with a different but logical and seamless take in making the thumb hole.
Via Whistle & Ivy
Tree Hugger Mittens
Mittens made for hugging trees? This pattern is worked in continuous rounds without joining. Elastics are used around the wrists to help the mittens fit more snug.
Via Gleeful Things
Sleigh Ride Mittens
The Sleigh Ride Mittens are lofty, colorful and quick to work up. Chunky yarn in fun colors makes these crochet mittens super warm too! The cuff is ribbed and the main part of the mitten is worked up in an all-over colorful woven stitch pattern. Part of the fun is selecting the colors!
Via Fiber Flux
Twisted Mittens Crochet Pattern
These are very simple crochet mittens, done using mostly single crochet. The body of the mitten is worked in spiral rounds and comes together very quickly. The cuff is made with cables that “twist” on the wrist for fun.
Via Mad Mad Me
Snowfall Crochet Mittens
This pattern is so much fun to make. The colored stitches look knitted. To make the different colored stitches, you will be working using the tapestry crochet technique. This snowfall technique is a bit different, however, because you will be finishing the stitch with the first color.
Via Whistle & Ivy
Cozy Crochet Mittens
These cozy crochet mittens have a fuzziness to them that adds to its rustic charm. Not only that, they're easy to crochet too.
Via All About Ami
Men, women, boys & girls alike can rock these mitts. Alternate colors of yarn or just keep them all one color, either way, you’re going to love the texture!
Via I’m Frayed Knot
Caron Hands Full Crochet Mittens
Warm mittens are the perfect crochet pattern to make for those in need. Easily stitched in Caron One Pound yarn, one ball makes up to eight pairs of mittens!
Hello Gnome Mittens
Enjoy making these – and the way they seem to wave hello at you while you wear them! One skein of each of the colors listed in the pattern should make 2 pairs of any size.
Crochet Cabled Mittens
If you’ve been looking for a mittens pattern, I hope you’ll try out these cabled ones! They work up quickly and the result is so beautiful! Who doesn’t love one skein projects?
Via All About Ami
Millbrook Chunky Crochet Mittens
These mittens consist of a tube, cut in half so the top folds away, and holes for thumbs.
Via One Dog Woof
These squishy crochet mittens are just what you need this winter to keep your hands warm and snug. Grab a ball of your favorite yarn and get crocheting today!