10 Free & Fun Crochet Gloves Patterns for Autumn!

Are you ready to dive into a new project that’s both fun and functional? Today, we’re talking about one of my all-time favorite accessories to make: crocheted gloves!

These little accessories are perfect for keeping your hands warm. Plus, they’re a stylish addition to any outfit!

Crocheted gloves are a fantastic project for crocheters of all skill levels. They’re small enough to whip up quickly, making them ideal for last-minute gifts or a satisfying weekend project. Whether you’re looking to master some new stitches, use up leftover yarn, or create something cozy for yourself, crochet gloves tick all the boxes.

Crochet gloves

In this post, I’ve created a list of 10 fabulous and free crochet patterns for gloves that you’re going to love. From simple and sleek designs to more intricate, textured patterns, there’s something here for everyone. So, grab your hooks and yarn, and let’s get started!

What You Need to Crochet Gloves

There’s no need to get any fancy tools. Here’s all the basics you will need for the crochet projects up ahead:

  • Crochet hooks – Make sure to have plenty of crochet hooks on hand! You can find the hook sizes you need listed in the ‘materials’ section of each crochet crop top pattern in this round-up!
    Pro tip: Wood and plastic hooks are great for slippery yarns and metal hooks are perfect for “sticky” yarns like acrylic!
  • Yarn – Make sure to check the pattern to see what yarn weight to use. Each pattern should list a recommended brand or weight in the “suggested yarn” section of the crochet pattern you’re following! We always recommend that you match the fiber type you’re using with the one used to make the pattern!
  • Scissors – A pair of scissors is another important tool that you will use for all of your crochet projects. You’ll need them to cut the yarn when you’re done!
  • Yarn/darning needle – You will need a yarn needle or darning needle to sew in the loose ends.
  • Stitch markers – You might need stitch markers to keep track of where you are if you’re following a stitch pattern. We recommend “removable” or “locking” style stitch markers for your projects. If you don’t have stitch markers, you can use a strand of scrap yarn—preferably in a different color so it’s easy to see.
  • Patterns for crochet gloves – Make sure to click the links below each crochet gloves pattern!

10 Cool Crochet Gloves Patterns for Autumn!

Ready to level up your cozy glove game? Check out these stylishly versatile crochet gloves patterns:

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Texting Gloves
© Coats & Clark

1. Texting Gloves

By: Sara Delaney

YARN: Fingering

SIZE: Adult

Taking your gloves off every time you use your phone defeats the purpose of wearing them! The Texting Gloves pattern takes all that hassle away with a flip-back design on your index fingers and thumbs.

Use whatever color you want to fully customize your crochet gloves to your own unique style!

Get the pattern >

Country Cottage Fingerless Gloves
© The Turtle Trunk

2. Country Cottage Fingerless Gloves

By: The Turtle Trunk

YARN: Aran

SIZE: Small – Large

Want a unique pair of gloves that you can wear with any outfit? The Country Cottage Fingerless Gloves pattern is a textured crochet gloves pattern that is both warm and stylish.

See the pattern >

Flying Hearts Gloves
© Nicki’s Homemade Crafts

3. Flying Hearts Gloves

By: Nicole Riley

YARN: Aran

SIZE: Each glove measures 24×11.5cm (9 x4 in) across palm

A perfectly fitting pair of gloves is achievable through DIY! The Flying Hearts Gloves is a straight-forward crochet gloves pattern that looks absolutely gorgeous when you use variegated and ombre yarns.

Get the pattern >

Glittens: Convertible Gloves/Mittens
© Glove mode © Andy Semler

4. Glittens: Convertible Gloves/Mittens

By: Andy Semler


SIZE: XS – Large

Glittens: Convertible Gloves/Mittens is an awesome pair of crochet gloves for frequent phone users.

Now you don’t have to sacrifice your warmth for convenience. If you need to use your phone while out and about, all you have to do is flip open the top of your crochet gloves and get to tapping!

Get the pattern >

Super Fine Weight Crochet Gloves
©  Simplicity Creative Group

5. Super Fine Weight Crochet Gloves

By: Susan Levin

YARN: Fingering

SIZE: Small – XL

Crochet fabric is naturally thicker than knit fabric. This means that lots of yarns can be way too bulky for delicate projects like gloves. That’s not the case with the Super Fine Weight Crochet Gloves! This pattern uses fingering weight yarn that is thin and light — making them the perfect pair of crochet gloves to wear in autumn.

Get the pattern >

Gloves with Ruffle
©  ABC-knitting-patterns.com

6. Gloves with Ruffle

By: Elaine Phillips

YARN: Fingering

SIZE: Adult

Are you a fan of ruffles? The Gloves with Ruffle pattern is the one for you! This adorable pair is something you can wear on your way to a classy dinner date at your favorite restaurant or to the ice skating rink!

Get the pattern >

Seaside Fingerless Gloves
©  Mary Onorati

7. Seaside Fingerless Gloves

By:  Mary Onorati

YARN: Worsted

SIZE: Women’s small – large

The Seaside Fingerless Gloves pattern is fun and unique. This simple pattern makes it easy to create waves of color using any combination you can dream of!

Get the pattern >

Layer Cake Lace Fingerless Gloves
© Kirsten Holloway

8. Layer Cake Lace Fingerless Gloves

By: Kirsten Holloway

YARN: Aran

SIZE: Adult

One of the best ways to create a truly one-of-a-kind pair of crochet gloves is to experiment with textured stitches. Yes, even the most basic of stitches can result in a never-before-seen masterpiece that you will love to use for years to come.

The Layer Cake Lace Fingerless Gloves is one good example of this! Just look at that gorgeous combination of textures. Yarn in earthy tones will give off that homey and cozy vibe that we all know and love!

Get the pattern >

Cabled Fingerless Gloves
© Alexandra Richards

9. Cabled Fingerless Gloves

By: Alexandra Richards


SIZE: Child – Adult

Not going to lie, I sometimes struggle with cables. That’s why small projects like these Cabled Fingerless Gloves are such a great way to practice your cable skills.

It’s much easier to master the art of crocheting cables on a small project and still have a gorgeous pair of crochet gloves to wear and show off in the end!

Get the pattern >

Foxy Fingerless Gloves
© One Dog Woof

10. Foxy Fingerless Gloves

By: ChiWei Ranck

YARN: Aran

SIZES: Adult

One of the best things about knowing how to crochet is that I can make whatever I want! These Foxy Fingerless Gloves is an eye-catching crochet gloves pattern that will spice up all of your fall and winter outfits.

It’s a bit on the advanced side. But trust me, learning colorwork in crochet is so worth it!

Get the pattern >

Warm and Stylish Hands through Crochet!

Gloves are essential during the colder months. No one likes the feeling of their fingers freezing off! But sometimes, gloves can look a bit…bland. I opted for patterns that have a unique texture and fun little features to level up your crochet glove game this fall.

My top favorites for this round-up are the Layer Cake Lace Fingerless Gloves, the Texting Gloves, and of course the Foxy Fingerless Gloves! Which ones are you trying out?

Let’s look and feel the season with these awesome autumn and winter-perfect patterns:

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