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The Best Crochet Mitten Pattern Ideas [Free Crochet Patterns!]

The winter is coming, so brace yourselves with the best crochet mitten pattern ideas. I hope that the projects I gathered will suit both beginners and advanced crocheters. Some of them are so easy, they take as little as three hours to make. Other projects will exercise your knowledge of stitches and techniques.

No matter if you’re familiar with basic double crochet stitches and slip stitches only – try these patterns to learn and grow. Advanced crocheters can create fantastic last-minute Christmas gifts, cherished for years to come.

Free Crochet Mittens Pattern Ideas

In this article, you will find my subjective selection of the best easy crochet mitten patterns. Most of them are available as free crochet patterns, but there are projects that you have to pay for, as well. Look at the projects below and choose the ones you like the most!

3 Hour Mittens by Jess Coppom

Let’s start with one of my favorites – a quick crochet project from our favorite Jess Coppom. As the name suggests, it will take about three hours for these mittens to come to life, thanks to chunky yarn and a big crochet hook. What I love about them the most is the imitation of the classic knitted stockinette stitch but with a crochet technique. Add this versatile winter accessory to your wardrobe ASAP!

Two pictures of crochet mittens in neutral yarn

photos by Jess Coppom from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on makeanddocrew.com.

Celtic Winters Mittens by Stephanie Jessica Lau

A pair of chunky crocheted mitts is the epitome of winter, so is there a better way to celebrate this snowy season than to make them? This project is the beginner’s dream. You don’t need any special skills, the stitches are big and nicely visible, and there are tiny hearts all over it. Use Stephanie’s instructions to make a pair for yourself or someone you love.

a woman wearing chunky crochet mittens

photos by Stephanie Jessica Lau from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on allaboutami.com.

Country Cottage Mittens by The Turtle Trunk

If you’re craving texture, there’s no better technique than the alpine stitch – easy to crochet and utterly beautiful. Ali chose neutral colors, and a medium-weight yarn for her project, and conjured a pair of mittens you can use for years to come. As you can see, not only is this an elegant and timeless design, but also a proper winter accessory to keep your hands cozy.

Two pictures of alpine stitch crochet mittens on a tray.

photos by The Turtle Trunk from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on theturtletrunk.com.

Celtic Winters Mittens by Megan Meyer

The elegance of the design lies in its balance, and this project is a great example of it. The Celtic weave stitch is very decorative, so Megan decided to switch a classic ribbing to this textural technique. This way it doesn’t overwhelm the mitten design and allows the yarn to showcase its stunning colorway.

A pair of crochet mittens and a pair of scissors.

photos by Megan Meyer from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on leftinknots.com.

Modish Mosaic Mittens by MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

Looking for a challenge to expand your skills? If so, I’ve got something super cool for you – a pair of mittens, but with mosaic crochet. These crochet stitches require some patience in learning, but the result is stunning. All you need is two contrasting colors of worsted-weight yarn, a 5 mm crochet hook, and the pattern from MJ.

Mosaic crochet mittens with crochet hooks and yarn.

photos by MJ’s Off The Hook Designs from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on mjsoffthehookdesigns.com.

Hygge Arrow Gloves by Raffaella Tassoni

Have you ever found the glove design you like, simply to wish it was a mitten (or the other way around)? Now you don’t have to choose because Raffaella’s crochet pattern will show you how to make both. Her project has a stunning arrow texture that looks exquisite in rustic yarn. Grab a skein of Aran-weight yarn, a crochet hook, and a yarn needle for weaving in ends.

A pair of crochet mittens with texture

photos by Raffaella Tassoni from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on raffamusadesigns.com.

Heavenly Herringbone Mittens by MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

Welcome to the Candyland of pastel crochet mittens! As you can see in the photos, there’s one for each family member – no matter how big or small. MJ’s crochet mitten pattern is available in many sizes, and there’s a video tutorial to follow for extra guidance. The focus point of this project is definitely the single crochet herringbone stitch – a gem among easy crochet techniques.

Crocheted mittens in various sizes with yarn and crochet hooks.

photos by MJ’s Off The Hook Designs from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on mjsoffthehookdesigns.com.

Traditional Fair Isle Crochet Mittens by Briana K Designs

Although I love modern designs, there’s a special place in my heart for the truly classic, traditional ways of crochet. One such way is definitely Fair Isle Crochet, which produces stunning colorwork and mimics the shape of knitted stitches. Following Briana’s mittens pattern may be a fantastic way for you to get familiar with this technique.

Two pictures of crochet fair isle mittens on a table.

photos by Briana K Designs from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on brianakdesigns.com.

Faux Fur Mittens by Stephanie Jessica Lau

What if I tell you that you can crochet such fantastic furry mitts like the ones in the photos? Stephanie’s pattern may be simple, but the yarn is far from the usual! What you see is furry yarn, a member of the novelty yarn category – soft, warm, and very fluffy. Working with such yarn may be a challenge (it’s not easy to see the stitches), but the effect is worth it!

Two pictures of pink furry crochet mittens with a woman holding them up.

photos by Stephanie Jessica Lau from ravelry.com

Find this free crochet pattern on allaboutami.com.

Paid Crochet Mitten Patterns

Fairytale Mittens by Adinda’s World

This project is so special, that I couldn’t resist including it in this collection. Adinda let her imagination flow loose and created the best fairytale-inspired mittens I’ve ever seen. We’ve got dotty mushrooms, pink cuffs, colorful flowers, and vines. This magical landscape came to life with the use of appliques, surface crochet, and embroidery.

Crocheted mittens with polka dots and mushrooms.

photos by Adinda’s World from adindasworld.com

Buy this pattern on adindasworld.com.

That’s all for today, but I’ll be back with much more inspiring projects and free patterns. Like, share, and subscribe if you like what you see.

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