Sunday, September 27, 2009
Just a quick post to share with you the tipless gloves I made for my oldest niece (wow, can't believe she's going to be 20! I remember rushing to see her when she was born and holding her when she was just a few hours old...).
One of the nicest things about these gloves is that Christine and I were together when she picked out this yarn (Wisdom Yarns San Diego) this past summer. While we were in the yarn shop, I also helped (cough:enabled:cough) her pick out some grey Lamb's Pride and needles, and then I helped her knit a hat (London Beanie, for those who know the pattern) for her boyfriend. She did a beautiful job!
Anyway, these tipless gloves will be on their way to Christine in another week or so. Nice for a change to be finished with something a little before deadline. Right now, I'm working on a hat for a friend of Liat's.
Oh, and the pattern for these gloves is just a slightly modified version of the gloves from Ann Budd's book, The Knitter's Handy Book of Patterns.
I have some exciting news (well, it is to me, anyway!) that I am looking forward to sharing with you very soon. Stay tuned....
Posted by AmyS at Sunday, September 27, 2009
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I love the gloves. I may have to knit a pair of those to use on cool days when I want to do outside photography.
Exciting news and no clue(s)....no fair....lol.
They look great! Congrats on the finish and beating your deadline :D
They are very pretty. You must be a wonderful person to do so much for your family. I read your post frequently. Take care !!!
Love the fingerless mitts color.
Now what in the world is the surprise ???????/
Love the gloves! They're beautiful!
I have all I can do not to run and get my book out and start those gloves! What fun.
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