Valentine Handwarmers

Valentine Handwarmers
Handwarmers Crochet Pattern
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Step 1: Getting Started

What could be sweeter than some hand-warmers the perfect color for Valentines Day! Fingerless gloves are a popular item these days - especially for those smart phone users. This pattern crochets up in quickly and is great for Fall, Winter, and even Spring!  Change up the color for any season or holiday and you have a great handmade gift too.  

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: Yarn ( I used Red Heart – Heart & Sole Yarn, Super Fine) Hooks sized F and G crochet

Measurements: 8” long, 3” wide at cuff



Ch – Chain
Dec – Decrease
Ea – Each
FO – Fasten Off
Sc - Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St – Stitch
BLO – Back Loop Only


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Step 2: Pattern Instructions

Directions: (make 2)

Using F hook for ribbing, leave a long tail and ch 15.

Row 1
Sc in 3rd ch from hook and in ea st down to the end. (13 Sc)

Row 2-42
Ch 1, turn. Working in BLO, Sc in ea st across.
Length is approx. 6-1/4” long.

Leave yarn attached and just slip hook out of last st so you can weave closed the cuff.
Using the long tail from the beginning row, weave closed the cuff by joining row 1 to row 42.

Rnd 1
Slip the F hook back into last st of row 42. Now working into both loops, Sc evenly along end sts of cuff. (Approx. 41 Sc) Don’t join at end of round but just continue working in the round without joining or turning as you work the body of the glove.

Rnd 2-24
Using G hook now, Sc in ea st of rnd.

Rnd 25 ( Thumb opening)
Ch 10, sk 8 sts, and Sc in ea st around back to the chain for the thumb.

Rnd 26
Sc around the chain for the thumb evenly (approx 12 sts) and Sc in ea remaining st of rnd.

Rnd 27-42
Sc in ea st. On final rnd, end with Sc in ea st until the last 3 sts. Work Sl St in the last 3 sts and use tail to weave under to end with a smooth edge.  I worked the last several rounds very tightly so the finger opening was snugger on my gloves.


About The Author

Jenny Newman is a devoted wife and mother who enjoys creating new projects, patterns, and activities and crafting meaningful home-made treasures.  Her signature crafting style is simple, affordable and fun!  We hope you enjoy Jenny's crafts and patterns as much as we do.