Chunky Warm Crochet Mittens

Chunky Warm Crochet Mittens
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Keep warm this winter with Chunky Crochet Mittens. These easy to make projects will come in handy in cold days, and they are simple enough to be made by beginners.

Classic shape with one thumb evoke days spent having fun in the snow and walking through snow-covered parks. Chunky yarn works up really fast, so you can easily pull this project off in one weekend. Think about this year’s holidays and plan for gifts early – maybe this will be a good idea? Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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Fingerless Granny Square Mitts Free Crochet Pattern

Those amazing mitts are very easily adjustable, so you can make a pair for the whole family. They have a beautiful design, that resembles stained glass. Works up fast and will keep you very warm!

  • DESIGNED by: Lullaby Melodia
  • PROJECT TYPE: mittens
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Fingerless Granny Square Mitts Free Crochet Pattern_1

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Fingerless Granny Square Mitts see more here


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Quick Gift Mittens Free Crochet Pattern

If you like to stay warm at cold winter days, those mittens will guarantee you that for sure. They are really easy to make and work up very fast, so you can make these in just one afternoon (or even less).

  • DESIGNED by: fiber flux
  • PROJECT TYPE: mittens
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Quick Gift Mittens Free Crochet Pattern

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Quick Gift Mittens


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Mixed Stripe Mittens Free Crochet Pattern

If you like striped pattern, give this one a try! It’s very feminine, delicate and very warm at the same time. But if you’re not the greatest fan of stripes, just make these one in any color you like!

  • DESIGNED by: Stitch11
  • PROJECT TYPE: mittens
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Mixed Stripe Mittens Free Crochet Pattern

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Mixed Striped Mittens see more here


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Colorblock Mittens

Simple color-blocking is always a good idea. Pair vibrant colors with each other or go for classic monochrome. It’s easy to change them when working in rows, and simple shape of the mitten looks great in any palette.

  • DESIGNED by: Megan Meyer
  • PROJECT TYPE: mittens
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Colorblock Mittens Free Crochet Patterns

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Snow Drops Mittens

Star stitch in the round? Yes! These classic mittens have unusual and unexpected detail. Rows of little stars look dreamy and adorable. Add ribbing in the wrist part, pair it with blue hues and go for it!

  • DESIGNED by: Megan Meyer
  • PROJECT TYPE: mittens
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Snow Drops Mittens Free Crochet Pattern

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Snow Drops Mittens

Celtic Winters Mittens

Warm and comfy mittens are a necessity, especially when it’s getting cold outside. Check out these beautiful gloves by Megan Meyer. They look absolutely amazing and will keep your hands warm and cosy. The best part is, that you only need to know basic stitches to make this project. 

  • DESIGNED by Megan Meyer
  • PROJECT TYPE mittens
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Celtic Winters Mittens

photo by Megan Meyer / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on leftinknots.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Wonderland Mittens

These mittens by 2015 – Charmed By Ewe are truly wonderful! I’m pretty sure I’ll make a pair for myself. What’s more, they look super cute and feel really warm and cosy on your hands. Feel free to change the colors to your liking and remember, that they will look great in any combination. Amazing gift idea as well!

  • DESIGNED by 2015 – Charmed By Ewe
  • PROJECT TYPE mittens
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Wonderland Mittens

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photo by 2015 – Charmed By Ewe / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on lilikecrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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