Learn how to make fingerless gloves with a simple sewing pattern. This beginner sewing project keeps your hands warm but leaves your fingers free.
Do you want your fingers to stay warm, but you also need to use them? These fingerless gloves are a great solution when it's not too cold. The main part of the hand and thumb is covered in a warm fleece-like fabric, but the fingertips are free to use a phone, hold a cup, or push a stroller.
Fingerless gloves are family-friendly since this style has sizes for kids, teens, and adults, making them a great handmade gift!
I designed the fingerless gloves sewing pattern work for everyone. It's a simple hemmed style with room for fingers to curl inside if you need a little extra warmth. I also made the cuff very high to help keep it inside the sleeves.
- Make matching mittens for your family or friends
- Have warm hands while being able to use your fingers
- Your children and teenagers no longer complain about having cold hands
- Use these pieces of fleece fabric for warm gifts
- Love sewing and finishing a fun sewing project
These fingerless gloves are quick to sew and keep hands warm for all your loved ones.
Fingerless Gloves Sewing Pattern
Fingerless Gloves Sewing Pattern Features:
- Available in toddler, child, teen and adult sizes. There are 8 sizes in total
- Uses a stable knitted fabric like fleece, fleece or French Terry, making it easier to sew.
- Long lapel that can stay inside a coat or jacket sleeve
- Uses a small amount of fabric so you can use scraps or make a lot from one piece of fabric.
Get the fingerless gloves sewing pattern in my shop today. This is a downloadable and printable PDF template in full size. The pattern is filled with photos and detailed instructions as well as pattern pieces.
What fabric is suitable for this mitten sewing pattern?
These fingerless gloves are designed for use with stable knitted fabric. A stable knitted fabric stretches horizontally, but it does not stretch vertically. Stable knitted fabrics are fleece, sweat fleece, French Terry, etc. Check the stretch before sewing.
Fingerless gloves should be cut so that the stretch extends around the hand to make them comfortable.
For the reverse, use a ribbed knit to get a stretchy fabric that has good recovery.
Every time I go out in winter, I have to wear gloves. I always end up taking them off to use my phone, use my keys, give my dog a training treat, etc. I sometimes have to take them off to get something out of my pocket. It's almost like I shouldn't even wear gloves. BUT my hands are cold!
These fingerless gloves can give my hands some warmth, but keep my fingers free to use them.
If you need more heat, you can prepare these instead:
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Instead, you can get only the fingerless gloves sewing pattern in my store today. This is a downloadable and printable PDF template in full size. The pattern is filled with photos and detailed instructions as well as the pattern piece.
I can't wait to see what you do! If you make anything using this sewing project, I'd love to see! Please share it on social media with the hashtag #heatherhandmade and identify me!