I’m the sort of person whose hands are pretty much always cold, so I wear fingerless mitts throughout the year. If you’re in the market for some new hand warmers, check out these fingerless mitt knitting patterns from Etsy.
I love these scrappy mitts from Mumpitz Design. They’re great for using up all the little leftover bits from other projects and are sure to cheer you up on gray and cold days. They’re worked in sock yarn because every sock knitter knows there’s always that little bit left at the end!
FlynnKnit’s Homebody Fingerless Mitts use an easy slip stitch pattern to add interest. The pattern can be knit in super bulky, bulky or worsted weight yarn, depending on what you have at home, and feature a simple opening for the thumb. Great for beginners.
The honeycomb texture on these fingerless gloves from adKnits is really cute and a fun technique to learn. The pattern is worked in the round from the cuff up and includes a cute strap and button detail. They use worsted weight yarn.
Add a little lace detail to your mitts with the Fee-Bee pattern from Blue Peninsula. These cute mitts are knit flat with just a little textured stitch on the hand and a lace cuff. It’s a great way to try a little lace without committing to a huge project.
If cables are your thing, these long mitts from Tinker Creek Handknits are a great choice. They provide a lot of coverage while still leaving the fingers free. There are lots of fun skills in these so they are rated for intermediate knitters.
The Woven Together mitts from Third Vault Yarns look like a lot of fun. There’s multidirectional knitting, a little cable, and I think that’s brioche as well.