If you’re looking for cozy crochet mittens patterns, look no further! All of these patterns are simply gorgeous.
Most of these patterns use a variety of basic crochet stitches, so make sure that you know how to work a single crochet stitch, double crochet stitch, and slip stitch (sl st). Since these great patterns won’t take a long time to complete, your crochet mittens are just a few steps away!
These Goose Mittens by Carrie Streb Designs are way too fun not to share. I really love the idea of a fun pair of mittens for a white elephant gift, don’t you?
I absolutely love the texture of the Wintertide Mittens pattern by Ruby Webbs. The vertical strands are so cute and they make simply beautiful mittens. There’s also a video tutorial available on YouTube!
Not only is this knit-looking stitch simply beautiful, but this chunky crochet mittens pattern by Make and Do Crew can be completed in about three hours! If you need a last-minute handmade gift, these mittens would be perfect for anyone short on time.
This crochet mitten pattern by Jackie Vissers Crochet is perfect for beginners and uses only basic stitches which are all listed in the item’s description.
The Alpine Mittens by Canoe Mountain Designs Co are super cute. I really love the stripes of color on this pattern. This would be an awesome crochet pattern if you want to try to make some adorable cozy crochet mittens but you’re still looking for a relatively easy pattern.
I love the stitching on this Cadence Mitten Pattern by Ruby Webbs and the little mitten cuffs are just so cute. This pattern can also be made in a variety of sizes, all the way from toddler size to Women’s Large.
If you’re looking for the perfect warm mittens, this pattern by Hooked On Patterns is super adorable! I love the different cuff colors, it really sets these mittens apart in my opinion. This is also made using worsted-weight yarn, so the cuff color could be a good stash buster!
I love the modern look of these Heath Herringbone Crochet Mittens by Lakeside Loops. Plus, they’re made out of super bulky yarn, so your hands are sure to stay warm through the cold winter months. Also, if you need it, there is a video tutorial to help you along the way.
I love the texture of this gorgeous pair of crochet mittens by Nella’s Cottage. There are also pictures showing this as fingerless mittens which are super cute as well. The cuff length is perfect on this pattern making it just a bit longer to keep your wrists warm.
If you are looking for the perfect pair of crochet mittens, this pattern by Kirsten Holloway Design is beautiful. Honestly, sometimes you just need a cozy crochet mittens pattern to have on hand, right?
The Snow Drop mittens by Left in Knots are super cute. I really love that the left mitten is all one color while the right mitten is the beginning of the change, which is really cool looking.
I really like these crochet cable mittens by Lakeside Loops. This pattern is available for both right-handed crocheters and left-handed crocheters which is pretty cool!
Plus, there’s a complete video tutorial available upon request if you need any more assistance outside of the photo tutorial. Also, if you want mittens for baby, there is a pattern size for that too!
The Chroma Mittens by Left in Knots are a gorgeous and cozy pair of mittens that I absolutely adore. I really love the way that the Lion Brand Mandala yarn looks with this pattern. Plus, there’s a matching pattern for a Chroma Hat and a Chroma Scarf.
The hearts on the Bulky Thrummed Mittens by All About Ami are absolutely adorable. They would make such a cute crochet gift, especially as a Valentine’s Day gift!
I love the Deer Fair Isle Crochet Mitten Pattern by Briana K Designs. If you’re an intermediate crocheter, this pattern is going to be perfect for you to try!
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