Here is another pair of fingerless mits knit up for Christmas !
The misty color combo is lavender and grey, a soft wintery colorway for one who has been very good and hoping for her first and very own iphone from Santa in a week, and from whom I’ll anticipate a lot of action on the Twittery front.
Look here, can you even see where the pin-stripes join?
A little tug at the switching of colors is all it took, and there it is… jogless !
I am dizzy from pin-stripes !!! Will there be no stopping me? Will I be pin-striping at Christmas eve into the wee hours of the night? Will I bridge Christmas with the New Year doing nothing but more, more, more pin-striped fingerless mits , rationalizing still another recipient who might need a pair? There’s no way to really know, but to watch this space as they say.
Details on Ravelry here
You are so prolific with your knitting. And everything is so beautiful. Merry Christmas, Jen!!!!!
Hi Debbie !!! Thank you so much, I’m lucky you know, to have people who will accept my knitting gifts 😉 . I am really looking forward to having the 3 spinners up to my house by the way, hopefully in early January, when Susan is available. Happy Christmas to you !
I love love love them.
Thanks ! 🙂
Yes, Jen, you are lucky that you have willing recipients. I am such a yarn snob but my recipients would need a label as to how to machine wash anything that I knit them – these are lovely mitts that anyone would be proud to own.
I whole-heartedly agree about ‘care of garment’ and all.. but so far, the only recipients of garments I’ve made is for my nieces and I just buy the superwash Merino wool… no fuss ! But yeah, when I start making seriously nice yarn garments, I’ll have to consider such a label.
I love these mitts! Fingerless gloves. These and the parfait ones too! They look addictive and I know if I start a pair, I’ll start many a pair and not get anything else done! Its that time of year, when I start going mad with knitting. I love these stripes. They are so cute, darling. I would love a pair 🙂 lol.
Hmmm…. maybe I ought to do a give-away 😉 Martha, thank you for your praise, they are addictive becaue they’re so easy to make ; just a tube with a thumb gusset and ribbing ! 🙂