Crochet Fingerless Gloves & Beanie Set

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This crochet fingerless gloves and beanie set is super simple and quick to make! It’s the perfect project for a beginner looking to improve their crochet skills or crochet a gift for a friend!

Crochet fingerless gloves and beanie set

This set only takes a few hours to make and the results are some super cozy accessories to keep you warm in the colder seasons! Both the gloves and the beanie are basically rectangles where you repeat a single row, so it’s a very simple design that still looks great!

If you just want a beanie, you can follow along with just the beanie part or you can check out this other ribbed beanie pattern that uses half double crochets instead of the camel stitch. It also goes into detail on how to make the brim have a cleaner and more finished look!

Crochet fingerless gloves and beanie set

Whether you’re an absolute beginner or a more seasoned crocheter, this is the project for you! The repetitive stitches and rows are not only easy to do, but they allow you to practice your tension and make the next row better than the last. If you are an absolute beginner and prefer an even easier project, I would recommend this cat ear beanie, which does not have the slip stitches on the end. This set also makes for a great Christmas gift or winter birthday present to keep a loved one warm and cozy in winter!

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The beanie is a little more complex because it’s not actually a rectangle, it’s slightly tapered at the end. This is so the top of the beanie fits well and doesn’t have a lot of fabric bunching up at the crown of your head, which is a problem I noticed with many crochet ribbed beanies.

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Video Tutorial

You can follow along with my YouTube video to crochet your fingerless gloves and beanie set! I have timestamps included to section the video and help you jump to any point you need to!

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Project Level

This is a great project for a beginner! It uses the camel stitch, which is basically a modified half double crochet. The rows are very simple and repetitive and both the gloves and the beanie are rectangles that we sew to form different shapes.


Notes and Tips

  • This pattern is written using US crochet terms
  • The chain 1 at the beginning of each row does NOT count as a half double crochet
  • Leave a long loose end at the beginning and end of the glove to use for sewing
  • Every row should have the same number of stitches — don’t miss the ones at the start and end of each row!


ch = chain

hdc = half double crochet

sl st = slip stitch

flo = front loop only

st = stitch


Foundation: Slipknot with extra long tail end, ch35 (this will be the length from the base of your fingers to however far down the wrist you want your gloves)

Row 1: ch1, hdc34

Row 2-24: ch1, turn, hdc34 in 3rd loop

Fasten off and leave and extra long tail end.

Sewing: With the 2 tail ends, sew the ends together, leaving space for thumb (one for the length from the base of fingers to the top of the thumb and the other for the length from the bottom of thumb past to where the glove ends on the wrist)

Tie knots with each tail end once you’re happy with the spacing for your thumb.

Weave in Loose Ends: Hide the loose ends by pulling them inside the glove and weaving them under a few stitches using the yarn needle. Trim any excess yarn.

Make an identical glove for your other hand and you have a set of fingerless gloves!

Crochet fingerless gloves or wrist warmers


Foundation: Slipknot, ch61 (this will be the length from your eyebrows up to the crown of your head + the brim that will fold up)

Row 1: ch1, hdc50, sl st10

Row 2: ch1, turn, sl st10 in flo, hdc50 in 3rd loop

Row 3: ch1, turn, hdc50 in 3rd loop, sl st10 in flo

Rows 4 – 72: Repeat rows 2-3 until it can wrap around your head without stretching

Seam the Beanie: ch1, turn, fold the piece in half, sl st the ends together

Close the Top: Fasten off, weave the yarn through the top stitches to gather the rows and close the hole.

Weave in Loose Ends: Hide the loose ends by pulling them inside the hat and weaving them under a few stitches using the yarn needle. Trim any excess yarn.

Turn the beanie inside out and fold up the brim and now you have a super warm beanie!

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  1. These instructions should be 10 sl st correct?
    This is what it reads on your pattern…
    Row 3: ch1, turn, hdc50 in 3rd loop, sl st5 in flo

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