November 17, 2011

Finished Knit: Emilie Mitts in Foliage


I made a pair of fingerless mittens to try out a design, and had a ton of this yarn leftover. When I asked Ben if I should make a pair of Templetons, or a pair of Emilies, he said I should make Emilies. So I did! These will be on the table this weekend, and if they don't sell there, they're going in the shop!



I LOVE this colorway. Love, love, love. It's Knit Picks Stroll in "Foliage Tonal". I have enough for one more pair of fingerless mittens, but I don't think that will satisfy my need for this yarn. I can't get enough of it. It just breathes fall and it's gorgeous. I want to do a scarf in it, too. Maybe I should go place an order for more...


Pattern: Emilie Mitts (with a few extra repeats before the gusset)

Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll in "Foliage Tonal" - 37 grams/171 yards

Needles: US 2/2.75 mm Harmony wood dpns

Knitline: November 10th - November 13th

YTD Mileage: 4.52 miles so far!

Happy Knitting,
Meg

6 comments:

Farm Girl said...

Well I can tell you right now those babies are going home with me. I love that color too. :)

MarmePurl said...

I Love love love them with you. If only I were close enough to go to the fair to buy them. Beautiful Work!

Kessie said...

You're right, that is a fantastic color. Just photograph them with a couple of orange maple leaves and you've got a catalog photo right there.

Dawn said...

LOVE that color! (I think I almost like them more than the blue I've been eyeing!!!

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Stunning!!! The color really shows off all the hard work too. :)

Allison said...

Perfect for Thanksgiving!

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