December 2, 2011

Finished Knit: Foliage Mitts in Green


All my finished knitting posts are severly out of order and my normal I'm-so-anal-everything-must-be-in-chronological-order self would be abhorred.

If I had time to be abhorred. And if I had pictures of the stuff that comes before these. But I don't.

So oh well!


Aren't these cute? I love the way they turned out. This pair was for a customer and I just love how she asked for two different colors. Makes me want to do a bunch more with different colors!


Pattern: Foliage Mitts (the first, prototype version)

Yarn: Knit Picks Palette in "Whirlpool" and "Edamame" - 27 grams / 125 yards total

Needles: US 2/2.75 mm Harmony wood DPNs

Knitline: November 21st - November 23rd

YTD Mileage: 4.72 yards. Ooooh, I might have 5 miles if I add the other projects I've finished.

Happy Knitting,
Meg

6 comments:

Allison said...

Those ARE adorable. What a great idea - I never would have thought of it. So retro!

William said...

You should teach a knitting class or something. Seriously, masterful work.

Sue said...

An absolutely beautiful job, love the colors.

Farm Girl said...

very nice and I do love the look and the colors.

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Wow! The colors are spectacular together and they are just beautiful.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

These fingerless gloves are beautiful. The two tone idea has endless possibilities.Wonderful job as usual Meg!

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