Mittens are not only the perfect stash busters, but they make great one skein projects. Every mittens pattern I’ve ever tried always turns out pretty enough to gift though I usually keep the mittens I make for myself (because they’re so cute I have a hard time giving them away). Besides my scarves, I use them more than anything else I make in the winter!
That’s why I’ve put together this list of 30 cozy crochet mittens for winter that I think you’re going to go crazy for. Below you’ll find everything from simple to super stylish gloves, for yourself or anyone in your family. So, if you’re anything like me, get to work and get your winter mitten accessories ready for the cold, or if you’re looking for something of value to give as a gift, these patterns will do!
Be cozy in these simple and fun mittens all winter long. These go great with any of the other items in the Diana Line by Divine Debris and are so easy to customize, you could make a different pair each time you pick up the pattern.
Via Divine Debris
Baby Moss Stitch Mittens
If you’re looking for a soft, cozy pattern to warm up your winter, make these baby mittens. These crochet mittens are adorable and easy to work up.
Chunky Yarn Crochet Mittens
Stay warm this winter and make these super soft mittens using the Chunky Yarn Crochet Mittens Pattern. These amazingly warm mittens will protect your hands and fingers from bitter cold winds and falling snowflakes, and their unique marbled color scheme may even remind you of a more tropical atmosphere!
Don’t you just love how cozy and snuggly gloves and mittens are? They’re the perfect accessory for chilly winter days. And as adults, we aren’t the only ones who love crochet mittens. Babies love a good pair of baby mittens too! This mitten pattern is one of the sweetest free crochet baby patterns you’ll find. And it’s so easy too.
Snow Day Crochet Mittens
These mittens are so fun to make and feature the split single crochet stitch. It’s a very pretty stitch that give the mittens a knit style look. Add a pop of color and you have a gorgeous pair of snow day crochet mittens!
The Velvet Mittens pattern is an easy to crochet pattern using Bernat Velvet that includes a full video tutorial.
Via Love Life Yarn
Moss Stitch Mittens
If you’re looking for something cozy and have ever wanted to try the moss stitch in crochet, make a pair of these mitt gloves. These moss stitch crochet mittens are so easy to put together. The pattern is really easy to follow and you’ll end up with a snuggly pair of gloves. Each glove has decorative ribbed cuffs on the bottom of the moss stitch sections.
Bulky mittens are one-sized mittens that will keep your hands warm all winter long. You’ll easily stitch them up in just a couple of hours, as you’ll use thick yarn & a big hook. If you decide to felt them on the inside, the natural holes of the stitching will go away & your hands will be even warmer.
Noelle “Knit Look” Mittens
Do you live in the desert or in a warm-all-year-long location, but love mittens? Don’t worry, this pattern is perfect for you! They are designed to appear “knitted” because who doesn’t love the knit look!?
Crochet Scato Mittens
The Scato Mittens crochet pattern is a pattern for a pair of really warm mittens. They have a beautiful textured stitch pattern that makes them thick & perfect for winter.
Mixed Stripe Mittens
These striped mittens are perfect for a day spent in a winter wonderland. Make a snowman or have a snowball fight with your family. Whatever you do, these will keep you warm and cozy while you smile all day long.
Crochet Cable Twist Mittens
Have you tried Daisy Farm Craft’s simple cable baby sweater? If so, you’ve got to make these fun cable twist mittens to go along with it!
3 Hour Chunky Crochet Mittens
These classic chunky crochet mittens will keep your fingers super warm whether you’re chopping firewood or walking across campus. Maybe they’ll remind you of the knit mittens your grandma used to make or maybe of the pair you bought at LL Bean a few seasons ago. Either way, these mitts are the real cozy deal.
Via Make & Do Crew
Chunky Crochet Mittens
Keep warm this winter with crochet chunky mittens! This pattern is simple enough for beginners, and they create the cutest mittens! With the classic mittens shape, these gloves will take you down memory lane and bring those old nostalgic memories to life again!
Via Pattern Center
Color Pop Mittens
These Color Pop Crochet Mittens are just what you need to brighten up the colder days of Autumn. They’re thick and cozy so you could wear them in Winter, too. And they’re the perfect blend of colors.
Via Ideal Me
Wavy Shells Mittens
Keep your fingers warm and toasty this winter with a pair of these beautiful mittens! This pattern is easy and they work up quickly. You have the option to crochet in the round or to end each row with a slip stitch.
Convertible Crochet Mittens
These Convertible Crochet Mittens are not as difficult as they seem, but they do require some experience with ribbing and decreasing.
Via Bu Banana
The Mustard Mitts
Get set for a chilly winter with these versatile and on trend mitts! Made from soft 4ply yarn, the soft ribbing and texture stitch body are just the thing you’ve been looking for. They are practical too – a toggle holds back the finger cover when you need your fingers free and then it pops over when you want to be warm all over. A great project to keep, give and make again!
Via Hanjan Crochet
Sprig Stitch Mittens
These Sprig Stitch Mittens are so easy to put together and you can make two of them fast. Start with the ribbing at the wrist and then the sprig stitch, and end by gathering the top. You’ll love what you create!
Hello Gnome Mittens
For this pattern I used Lion Brand Woolspun, which is thick, warm, squishy, and easy to care for. I hope you enjoy making this free crochet mitten pattern, and that the Hello Gnomes wave their greetings on hands everywhere this winter!
Crochet Plaid Mittens
These crochet plaid mittens are a classic staple to your fall and winter wardrobe! Made with chunky #5 yarn, they work up quick. The free crochet pattern includes sizing for kids and adults!
Via Whistle & Ivy
Bernat Blanket Crochet Mittens
I completed both of these mittens in about 30 minutes. They are child size (they fit my 4 year old and 6 year old), but you can make them bigger by adding in another increase round!
Snowfall Crochet Mittens
This pattern is so much fun to make. The colored stitches look knitted, and I love it. I have more plans with this design, and I hope you enjoy what else comes from it!
Via Whistle & Ivy
Crochet Cabled Mittens
If you’re a lover of classic mittens, 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
Winter Garden Mittens
Super cute mittens for the holiday season! With one pattern you can make mittens for your whole family.
Via Mon Petit Violon
Tulip Fingerless Mittens
Fingerless mittens are my favorite projects to make! I love them because they are easy, fast, super cute and actually practical.
Via Nomad Stitches
Crochet dragon gloves have been a huge hit for the last few years and I don’t see that trend changing anytime soon. Let’s face it, dragons never go out of style. This free pattern is sure to be a hit with all the geeky loves in your life.
Fantail Shell Stitch Fingerless Mittens
This is a simple Fingerless Mittens pattern that is easily adjusted – rounds of dc for the wrists then fantail shell stitch pattern for the hands.
Via Hooked By Robin
Crochet Bow Mitts
Need a last-minute handmade stocking filler? Set aside a couple of hours this weekend and you could be wrapping a pair of crochet wrist warmers for someone to snuggle their paws into. These wrist warmers by Hannah Cross of HanJan Crochet comes with pretty bows to top them off – so kawaii! If you’re making a pair of mitts for him though, simply fasten off and weave in the ends before you reach the scalloped trim part of the pattern.
Via Mollie Makes
Crochet Faux Fur Mittens
These crochet mittens are such a fun project, and a neat way to work with faux fur yarn.
Via All About Ami
Mittens are the best accessory one can have in the winter. Nothing is worse than cold hands that become stiff and practically unusable. These mitten patterns will warm your hands up and keep them ready for use throughout the season.
Hoping you’ve found something special here for you. Happy crocheting!