mitts

Little knits finished and on the needles, too

So, for the Sukkasato  knitalong there's finally something finished to show in - the children's lace socks (which I call Pretty socks - you can see what I mean) plus a teeny weeny pair of preemie socks for the German ongoing charity project at www.fruehchenstricken.de. I have to say that ball of Regia has been plentiful - three pairs of socks from one ball!

 

Next, some things I'm working on for Christmas and birthday presents for my family. So if you are family - don't look!

 

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Perheenjäsenet! Älkää katsoko "read more:n" taakse! Pilaatte jouluyllätyksenne! Muut - katsokaa ihmeessä!

 

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My first pattern: The Infringing Mitt (formerly known as something else)

Mitt

The idea or more accurately the need for this fingerless glove came from Nick, who needed something to replace a mouse mat with. Behold - a design!

 

Let me present the Infringing Mitt (formerly known as something else - see the comments about the name change (and quite rude corporate pressure.

 

Note: I offer this mitten pattern for no fee for your own personal use - you may not sell this pattern or the mitts you knit using it (ask me about charity).

 

Please if you like this pattern do concider taking a look at the products I advertise here on my website and use my links for your Amazon & co purchases - it earns me a small fee to be able to cover the costs of running this blog!

 

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Noro yarn is lovely

I finished a pair of beautiful Fetchings in Noro Kureyon yarn couple of days ago. The funny thing is, just started them a couple of days ago! These were so quick! And they are gorgeous. I have been wearing them every day since they were finished. Here they are posing in Dun Laoghaire, where we had a little day trip today.


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