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Mitts & cardi March 23, 2006

Posted by merp in FOs, Knitting.
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Made these over the weekend on my trip to Chicago (for SAM):

The pattern was “a little twist wristwarmers”. Loved the pattern. Simple and a good way to get practice with cables. Also pretty and very practical. We keep the place at 60 deg., so it helps with the typing.

The yarn was knitpicks merino style in “fog.” Soft, great to knit with, inexpensive, BUT fuzzes up almost immediately. It’s hard to see in this picture, but they look like I’ve been wearing them for weeks or months instead of 2 days.

I want to make lots more, but I think I need a more durable yarn.

And here’s my progress on my cardigan–still one sleeve left to go:

sleeve

But it will have to be put aside for a while. Need to work on something else.

March 1, 2008: Where Are They Now report 

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1. merp » FOiled again - April 29, 2006

[…] So remember that green cardigan? Right. Took me, what, 6 weeks to knit the body and one sleeve? Took me 6 weeks again just to finish the second sleeve – involving 2 mid-sleeve frogs, one all the way back to the armpit. And yet Finished Object we have not: […]

2. Angelica & vest « merp - November 3, 2006

[…] My first real cable project, actually! Except for these little mitts. […]

3. Warm hands, warm feet « merp - March 12, 2007

[…] for typing a dissertation in an uninsulated apt. where we never set the thermostat over 65. Unlike last year’s mitts, being alpaca they will not pill. Sadly, these will probably not be used for […]

4. Can’t have too many warm hands « merp - April 26, 2008

[…] my 2006 Little Twist Wristwarmers. I almost never wear these – and can’t even find one of them right now. They were ugly from […]


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