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Monday, September 20, 2010

One down one to go

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So I have made some progress on Pink Aurora.  I worked on it during my children's soccer games on Saturday.  So I have completed one and will make a second... I guess that is to be expected with out me saying so.  I like the lace work on these I also like the weight of them not to heavy but warm enough for spring and early fall to keep my wrists and hands warm.  In the future I will make some with longer fingers but all things in time.  I will also make some with complete fingers to of course in different colors and patterns.
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My sister Danica is being kind and helping me try and get some gloves made before fall sets in as the cold already makes my hands hurt and slows me down.  I am hopeful to make a lot of gloves, mittens, fingerless gloves, wrist warmers and gauntlets this fall winter season.  Don't know if it will happen but hopeful.  The more I have the better I can keep my hands from hurting and the better they will match more outfits and not look so weird I hope.  Lots of hope in this text silly isn't it.  On a side note I liked the crochet edging the pattern called for stopped the cuff from rolling without a ribbing being there.
palmdetail of fingers

3 comments:

  1. Just wanted to say that I'm loving this. I've always like fingerless gloves and whatnot. But, most of what I find in stores are not cute. These are not only cute, they are also adorable.

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  2. These fingerless gloves are beautiful. I have always wanted a pair of fingerless gloves, I might just have to make my own. :) I am a new knitter and have yet to go beyond making washclothes of different patterns. I have been itching to use that sort of knitting needle, I believe I have heard it called the magic needle? I might just have to give this pattern a go. They are elegant but tastefull and will go with jeans or a skirt. Thankyou for sharing.

    Sincerely,
    Jo

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  3. i think it is called the magic loop method but I am not sure I just use my tool how ever they will work to get the job done. I have lots of double points but have learned I do not like them for cotton only wool as they seem to ladder on other things for me

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