Wednesday, 8 February 2012

yarn along

Joining in with the yarn along this week.

Working really hard on the mittens now, I have had to give myself a schedule and really make myself stick to it. If I do I should hopefully finish them over the weekend.


Working on a pair of socks for my nephew, he learnt to knit over the holidays and asked for a pair of green socks, a request like this cannot be refused.

Also, I am trying to design a pair of mittens for Roghan, (3 months old), obviously he doesn't really need to be able to use his hands too much so I was thinking just a long tube of ribbing which goes to his elbows and gathers over his fingers. Any ideas?


Jo x 


7 comments:

  1. Your mitten is so pretty! I like the idea of making a schedule, maybe I will try that!
    Happy Yarn Along.

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  2. I agree on having to knit upon request. As long as they will wear the knitted item. Your knitting looks absolutely lovely :)

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  3. Thanks for coming over to my blog Jo and leaving such lovely comments. Your fair isle mittens look lovely...I hope mine come out half as good...

    I found a link here that my interest you for baby scratch mitts...

    http://www.squidoo.com/babymittensknittingpatterns

    although I'm sure you can make some up quite easily.

    Have a good day,
    Deb

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  4. the detail in those mittens makes my head spin. i have no idea how that works, but it looks so lovely!

    :)
    jen

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  5. I made one of my kiddos thumbless mittens one year. They worked well. Here is a picture http://www.ravelry.com/projects/esmerlda27/earflap-hat

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  6. your mitts look so beautiful. the pattern looks so pretty.

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