Downton Abbey Arm Warmers


These crochet fingerless gloves look just like something you would see on the hit TV show, Downton Abbey. The scalloped edge gives this crochet pattern a retro-chic look. Use any two colors of worsted weight yarn to crochet these Downton Abbey Arm Warmers. One size fits all, so you don't have to worry about customizing this pattern for a perfect fit. Homemade arm warmers like these are a great way to stay warm while keeping your hands free.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I never watched Downton Abbey, but I really like the vintage look of these gloves. I definitely like the buttons as it sets this piece off so nicely. I think it would look too plain without them. I saw someone mention a version with thumb holes but I didnt see any instructions or an option to make them that way. Did I miss it somewhere in the post?

Another beautiful pattern for free. I always have orders for fingerless gloves. This pattern is different that most others. I can see it in so many beautiful color combo's. I live in an area that can get pretty cold. I like to wear down vest and long sleeved shirts. Add these adorable gloves of course with the thumb whole and you have a very cute outfit.

I have made fingerless gloves before but have been searching for something that would dress-up but still keep my arms covered. This pattern is perfect! Just the touch of class I was looking for. Just looking at the picture I wondered if there were thumb holes but one of the comments said the pattern could be done both ways. Yeah!

I've now made 4 pairs of these, 3 with thumbholes and 1 without. I do prefer the version with the thumbhole, but the version without is great as well.

I love the look of these vintage inspired arm warmers. I have found this style of arm warmer to be more useful than true fingerless gloves when working in a chilly office environment. The tutorial is very easy to follow and it seems that the arm warmers would crochet up quickly. The additional of buttons is a nice touch.

This pattern may be just what Im looking for. When relaxing in my chair watching TV, reading, Crocheting or whatever it seems like a cool breeze blows across my arms. Now if I use a blanket or afghan then my hands are not free for the other activities. Im looking forward to giving this pattern a try.

This project comes in two different versionswith or without the thumbholes. I looked at each of them, and both are equally pretty and practical. The thumbhole version is slightly shorter, but I dont see why the pattern couldnt be adjusted for length. Just looking at these makes me want to brew a nice pot of Rosy Lee and curl up with a Regency novel!

With winter upon us already we need to keep ourselves warm and cosy, this nice and long arm warmer can do the trick. The pattern is easy and the nice edges add that feminine touch to them. The buttons give a nice appearance with the edging. It would not take long to make these either.

These are so elegant and feminine. Normally items of clothing that are intended to keep us warm are so bulky and chunky. These, however, are the exact opposite. And I LOVE that Bethany has made a pattern with thumb holes available too. The colours used are perfect for this pattern and add to the overall elegance.

These Downtown Abbey Arm Warmers are fit for a princess. The white edging on the sides and opening of the warmer is what gives this fingerless gloves the look of royalty. You will feel like you're the Duchess of Cambridge when you wear these warmers. The gray yarn used is very appropriate to wear at a royal function. Thanks for the free pattern.


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