Ridged Fingerless Gloves Pattern For Stylish Winters Coverage

Crochet Ridged Fingerless Gloves

You won’t believe how delightfully simple and satisfying it is to create magical crochet mittens using the Ridged Fingerless Gloves Pattern. With just a few easy steps and the help of a comprehensive pattern guide, astonishingly warm and stylish mittens can be delightfully crafted by your hands. The pattern not only gives you coverage for your hands but is also long enough to cover your wrists and arms. Suitable for beginners or expert crochet enthusiasts alike, this pattern provides sizes from baby to adult, enriching anyone’s winter wardrobe with a personalized touch. So why wait? Bring out your creativity and warm those hands with your unique crochet gloves.

Ridged Fingerless Gloves

Making Your Ridged Fingerless Gloves

Skill level

  • Easy / Beginner

Finished Size

  • Length: 8″ (20 cm)
  • Width of the assembled glove (small size): 3″ (7.5cm)
  • To find out your glove size: Measure around the widest part of your hand (excluding the thumb) with a tape measure.
  • Small = 7″ (18cm)
  • Medium = 8″ (20cm)
  • Large = 9″ (23cm)
  • Make the width approx 1.5″ (4cm) less than your actual hand measurement. E.g. if your hand measures 8″ around (excluding the thumb) until you reach 6.5″ before you stitch the sides together.


  • 17 Sts x 19 rows in pattern = 4″ (10cm)


  • Yarn: I used Comfy Worsted (75% Pima Cotton, 25% Acrylic, 109yds/99m, 50g). Colors: Ivory and Copper
  • Amount: 1 skein. I recommend getting 2 skeins in case you want to make them longer and/or larger.
  • Alternatively, you can use any medium worsted #4 yarn.
  • Crochet hooks: 5.5mm (I-9) for the foundation chain and 4.5mm (7) for the rest of the glove.
  • Scissors, yarn needle.

Abbreviations (US Terms)

  • Ch = chain
  • St(s) = stitch(es)
  • SC = single crochet
  • BLO = back loop only

Crochet Pattern Notes

  • The gloves are worked flat lengthwise in back-and-forth rows, then sewn together on the side of the thumb.
  • You’ll need to use a 5.5mm hook for the foundation chain and a 4.5mm hook for the rest of the glove
  • The Ch 1 at the beginning of a row does not count as a stitch.
  • You can make shorter or longer gloves by chaining less or more for your foundation chain.
  • You can make wider or narrower gloves by working more or fewer rows.

Step by step Pattern

  • Ch 35 with your 5.5mm (I/9) hook. Chain more for longer gloves and less for shorter gloves.
  • Row 1: Change to a 4.5mm crochet hook. Working on the back bumps of the chain, SC in second Ch from hook and across the row (34). Ch 1, turn.
  • Row 2: SC in BLO of first St and every St across the row. (34) Ch 1, turn.
  • Repeat row 2 until you reach: 5.5″ (small), 6.5″ (medium), and 7.5″ (large).


  • Sew the two sides together with the yarn needle, leaving a hole for your thumb.
  • Start by stitching 2″ from the top, then leave approx. 1.5″ for your thumb and stitch the rest together. When making the hole for the thumb, stitch on one side only so you don’t have to cut the yarn.


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