Snowdrift Mittens: Done!

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006
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Finished Project #5 for 2006 :)

Snowdrift Mittens: Done!

I had to cut into it last night and make a hole for a thumb. Yes, that’s right, I forgot the thumb hole when I was knitting the second one. I’m so embarrassed.

Snowdrift Mittens, finished April 25, 2006
Pattern: a modification of the pattern here.
Yarn: Blue and white Phentax acrylic yarn (it’s really pretty and soft, which makes up for the forced cheepnis because I couldn’t find a yarn store when I was buying it)
Needles: 4.25mm dpns
Dimensions: slightly too long, but I’ll make alterations when I can compare them to my aunt’s hands.

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5 Comments to “Snowdrift Mittens: Done!”

  1. wow eve, those look great. good for you.

    Comment by
    batman
    April 27, 2006 @ 8:28 am
  2. Thanks :)

    Comment by Eve
    April 27, 2006 @ 9:50 am
  3. I have a bit of a mitten/glove obsession and those are great! Very pretty.

    Comment by Kimberly
    April 28, 2006 @ 11:46 pm
  4. Thanks! I’m excited to give them to my aunt. As soon as I figure out how long her hands really are, I’m going to rip back and reknit the tips and line them and everything. It’s going to be great.

    Comment by Eve
    May 2, 2006 @ 8:53 am
  5. [...] There have been quite a few people getting to my site via questions about casting on and off, so that’s what I’ll be featuring this week. It’s incredible how much more professional a piece looks when it uses an appropriate cast-on; when I was knitting the Snowdrift Mittens for my aunt a few months ago, I was amazed by how a tubular cast-on transformed them. Compared to them, the other mittens I knitted looked painfully amateur; it was like my snowdrift mittens had been taken to a higher plane of mitten existence. [...]

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    July 23, 2006 @ 9:16 pm

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