February 7, 2011

Finished Knit: Hot Red Valentine's Mitts

I love this color. It's like a hot red lipstick. Or a not-quite-ripe cherry. Or a perfect rose. It's been such a great color to work with.

Another pair of Valentine's mitts ready for the shop. This version is in Peruvian Highland Wool. I like them, but I think the pair with silk laced yarn is my favorite so far.

Pattern: Valentine's Mitts by Meg

Yarn: Knit Picks Palette in "Serrano" - 31 grams/143 yards

Needles: US 2/2.75mm Harmony wood double points

Knitline: February 4th - February 6th

YTD Mileage: .84 miles!


Kessie said...

Now that's the kind of red hot I kept expecting these to be in! :-) Man, you crank these out fast.

Jennifer said...

These are definitely hot. Love them! And thanks for sharing your picture-taking ideas. I wish I could photograph my slings better. I think I just need a not-sucky camera. How does your camera take such a still shot without a flash? Mine always turns out blurry with no flash.

Allison said...

Cozier than the silk, but sportier... less elegant. A difficult choice to say which I like better!

Changes in the wind said...

Very, very pretty...great job.

William said...

I love the little hearts on there. I'm beginning to wonder if there's anything you can't knit.

A knit sword? Knit breastplate?

Would that make him a Knit in Shining Armor?

Meg said...

Haha Knit in Shining Armor! I could knit a sword...

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