Erin Medley

7 Essential Mitten Patterns for Winter

Winter is coming! Here in Michigan, our weather is known to change in the blink of an eye. I love having a nice pair of mittens in my car at all times, because you never know when you will need them! These 7 mitten patterns will have you all set for when the temperatures drop.

Essential Mitten Patterns for Winter (Blog)

 

 

Big Bold Cabled Mittens & Fingerless Gloves by A Crocheted Simplicity

Big Bold Cabled Mittens & Fingerless Gloves by A Crocheted Simplicity

Add some flare to your mittens with cables! Get this pattern here.

 

Dylan Mittens by Sincerely Pam

Dylan Mittens - Sincerely Pam

Easily match any Winter coat with the Dylan Mittens. Get this pattern here.

 

Mystic Mittens by Danyel Pink Designs

Mystic Mittens by Danyel Pink Designs

These textured mittens will keep your hands cozy! They are perfect for anyone too! Get this pattern here.

 

Sleepy Mouse Mittens by Luz Patterns

Sleepy mouse mittens 230 by Luz Pattern

 

If you need your fingers free, these cuties are perfect for you! Get this pattern here.

 

Un’bear’ably Cute Mittens by Sincerely Pam

Unbearably Cute Mittens - Sincerely Pam

A great chunky mitten perfect for fighting the cold winds of winter! Get this pattern here.

 

Winter Poms Reversible Mittens by A Crocheted Simplicity

Winter Poms bReversible Mittens by A Crocheted Simplicity

These knit look mittens are reversible! The little poms are adorable. Get this pattern here.

 

Wonderland Mittens by Charmed by Ewe

Wonderland Mittens by Charmed by Ewe

The Wonderland Mittens are so unique! Get this pattern here.

 

I hope you enjoyed these must have mitten patterns! It is never too early to start your Winter gear projects, and mittens are perfect for craft shows and gifts too!

Happy crocheting,

Erin

Erin Medley

Erin is the owner of Crochet Medley, and the Publishing Assistant at Happily Hooked Magazine. A born and raised Michigander, she’s a military wife, and mother of two. Some of her favorite things to crochet are hats, cowls, and amigurumi. Crochet was introduced to her as a pre-teen, but became an obsession in 2008 when her son was born, so she opened a little shop to bring others joy! When she isn’t working with yarn, Erin enjoys her two fur babies, hockey, scrapbooking, coloring with the kids, baking, Star Wars, beading, reading, and watching true crime books or shows.

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