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Beautiful Gloves and Arm Warmers for the Cold Season

Gloves are almost indispensable in winter, because not only do they protect the fingers from the harsh wind and cold, but they also add a little extra value to any outfit. With the matching beanie and a nice scarf, the look is thus complete in the cold season and is suitable for a stroll at the Christmas market as well as quite relaxed on the way home or in the train. But also, in autumn or the first cool days of spring gloves and cuffs can definitely still be used and offer a beautiful eye-catcher that keeps you cozy and warm. At Crazypatterns you will find many patterns and great ideas to knit your own pair of gloves by hand and own a real unique piece!

Knitting Patterns for Gloves

Even our ancestors in the Stone Age protected and warmed their hands with furs, which could be attached to the hands with the help of bone clasps. Much later, in classical antiquity, even different types of gloves were known. The Romans had finger gloves, gloves without fingers and winter gloves. Even though today, of course, the fit of gloves is much more sophisticated than it was in those days, the basic forms have remained essentially the same. The finger glove is considered both an elegant fashion accessory and a warming overcoat when the functionality of the fingers should not be completely limited. If it is bitterly cold and the hands only need to perform a simple gripping function, we use mittens. And if you can't do without your fingertip feeling and sense of touch despite the winter weather, you opt for gloves without fingers. The fourth variant today are the gauntlets and wrist warmers, which do not keep the hands themselves, but the wrist warm.

Knitting Simple Gloves with Step-by-Step Patterns

Of course, the most difficult part of knitting gloves are the fingers. But even if you're still a beginner, you can easily make women's gloves yourself. The prerequisite is that you practice a bit and don't throw in the towel at the first failed attempt. As the saying goes: practice makes perfect. To make knitting fun for both amateurs and professionals, you'll find simple patterns on our portal that explain each step in detail. And you can discover tutorials for advanced knitters, where you should know how to knit by heart, because a fancy pattern will challenge you even more. We have a manual for every level of difficulty and, of course, for every taste.

Knitting Patterns for Beginners and Advanced Knitters

Just take a look at our gallery and choose a product that you like. Among other things, you can choose between beautiful arm warmers and wrist warmers, but you can also find gloves here in different designs. The patterns that you can use for making your garments all come from members of our community and have been thoroughly tested - so if you choose a pattern, you can be sure that it will work. It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or an expert knitter, because we have patterns for every skill level, so it's easy for you to get started.

Knitting Gloves Without Fingers

Gloves without fingers may mean mittens with only the thumb separated. It may mean arm warmers that extend from about halfway down the forearm to above the knuckles of the fingers. Or it may be gloves without fingertips. Among these three types, the arm warmers are the easiest to knit. After all, they require only one thumb hole. Because the fingers are especially sensitive to the cold, you start with a cuff pattern. As soon as you reach the wrist, continue knitting in stocking stitch. And just below the knuckles to just above, you finally continue the warming cuff pattern again. If you want to make women's gloves without fingertips, as they are often worn by market women, follow the pattern for mittens, but bind off the individual fingers at about the level of the joint.

Knitting Mittens

Mittens are also no problem for the novice knitter. If you're not that experienced, continue knitting in stocking stitch after the cuff, which, by the way, should always completely cover the pulse. Knitting professionals can, of course, choose a more complicated pattern for the mitten. The mitten in particular, with its large palm, lends itself to accommodating a pretty cable stitch or Norwegian pattern. In addition to working with the needle set, you'll need to master increasing and decreasing, because the mitten widens from the wrist. When you reach the thumb joint, you have reached the maximum width of the mitten. Then take care of the thumb hole first and continue knitting straight up. Once your knitting covers the fingertip of the ring finger, you can start decreasing.

Knitting Gloves

You can make gloves in two different ways. Either you start with the fingers or with the cuff at the wrist. If you start at the fingertips, you need to make each finger separately and then knit them together. When knitting them together, be very careful to tighten the yarn so that there are no unsightly holes between the fingers. If you start the glove from the bottom, you will start with the fingers when you have already passed the thumb hole and are above the knuckles. Then, following the pattern, pick up the stitches for the index finger on two needles and cast on the additional stitches needed in the form of loops on a third needle. All the remaining stitches that you need for the remaining three fingers, you put on safety pins, so that they do not interfere with you. Which variant of knitting gloves you choose, does not matter for the final result. It is only important that you try on your knitting again and again. Because not everyone has the same size fingers and also the length of the individual fingers is different from person to person.

Knitting Arm and Pulse Warmers

Again, when knitting arm warmers, you have two ways to start your work. If you want to make pure wrist warmers that end below the thumb joint, you can start at the upper edge. As you knit, you'll then decrease stitches so that the arm warmers also fit snugly at the wrist and forearm. Or you can start with the cuff and then increase stitches to reach the hand width. For arm warmers with a thumb hole, it's best to start at the cuff as well. If you are a novice knitter, arm warmers are the perfect way to practice using the needle set. Choose a simple cuff pattern and knit the wrist warmers in stocking stitch, then you can concentrate on increasing and decreasing. If you still want to spice up the wrist warmers, use a colorful or a mottled yarn.

Buying the Right Yarn for Knitted Gloves

Which wool you use for your knitted gloves should depend on the intended use on the one hand and on the pattern on the other. If you've decided to make your own elegant gloves to go with your fancy evening dress, choose a silk yarn and go for a fine lace pattern. If you want to knit yourself potholder mittens, you should use the thickest possible cotton yarn. For arm warmers you can choose cuddly mohair wool, or you can use skin-friendly merino wool. Your mittens will be especially warm with pure sheep's wool or cashmere wool. If you are sensitive and quickly get a scratchy feeling with pure new wool, you can opt for a material mix of viscose or polyacrylic and wool. But also, pure synthetic yarns are suitable for your project. However, you should know that polyacrylic or polyester do not absorb moisture very well and therefore you may sweat on your hands. Viscose or modal are more suitable if you want to knit women's gloves that complement your wardrobe in a contemporary way. These two yarns do not have any particularly warming properties.

Selling Patterns for Knitted Gloves

If you have already successfully knitted a pair of women's gloves and would like to share your own creation with others, you can even earn a little pocket money on our portal with a self-written tutorial. All you have to do is write your manual for knitting women's gloves in an easy-to-understand text. The best way to do this is to write a simple step-by-step pattern, which you then illustrate with a few photos of the knitting process. In our guide to selling patterns, you can read about how to upload your text and what you need to keep in mind.

Tips and Tricks for Knitting Gloves - We Support You!

Even though we take great care to ensure that all our patterns are easy to understand, it can happen that you struggle with a tutorial. To help you with this, we have created a help page that offers general solutions to help you solve your problem. If you make a mistake while knitting women's gloves and you don't know what to do, we are here for you as well. We offer you the opportunity to ask a question in our forum, which will certainly be answered by a member of our helpful community. And if you are generally interested in some tips and tricks for knitting women's gloves, our YouTube channel is highly recommended. You can watch new videos on a variety of topics there on a regular basis. But also, on our Facebook page you will always find new postings on current knitting topics.

Are you also interested in other handicrafts? Perfect, because here at Crazypatterns you will not only find the right knitting patterns, but also everything about sewing, crafting, or crocheting!