Bobble Mittens Crochet Pattern

It’s that weird time of year where we’re hoping for spring but still freezing cold… We have more snow outside right now than i’ve seen in years, so it’s definitely not too late in the season for this Bobble Mittens crochet pattern! They’re so fun and super cute, bobbles just cheer up everything don’t they?

Bobble Mittens Crochet Pattern

Made in aran yarn they’re cozy but not chunky, and means there’s lots more yarn options you can use.

I personally love the toastiness of a full mitten but I know you love a fingerless version too because they’re some of my best sellers. So i’ve written this pattern with an option for fingerless mitts too, like in the photo below.

Bobble Mittens Crochet Pattern

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What you’ll need

<70g of aran weight yarn for base colour
<20g of aran or DK yarn for bobbles
4.5mm hook
Scissors and needle for finishing

Bobble Mittens Crochet Pattern

I used James C Brett Aztec aran for the grey, which is a lovely snuggly alpaca mix yarn with a fluffy, fuzzy texture. The black was leftovers in my stash.

For the green fingerless mittens I went for Paintbox Simply Aran in racing green and used a mixture of stash colours for the bobbles that I had left from my temperature blanket!

Concentration Level

The bobble mittens crochet pattern is beginner friendly and uses simple stitches that look beautiful together! There is some counting involved for the bobble placement, but there are minimal decreases. These work up really quickly too!

Bobble Mittens Crochet Pattern

You can find the ad-free, PDF download of the Bobble Mittens crochet pattern in your favourite store below.

You’ll get the complete pattern to make the full length mittens, as well as a fingerless gloves version.

They work up super quickly, and are a great way to use up the tiniest of scraps from your stash that you never thought you’d get to use. The fingerless versions are perfect for making up winter inventory for product sellers, Etsy stores or market stalls. Mine never last for long because my family are always asking for them!..