peerie flooers mittens

Gloves and mittens really are bloody tricky to model successfully. As soon as you stick a pair of hands inside them the trouble begins. You have to give the hands something to do, and this is difficult to accomplish without insane artifice. The leaf-throwing you have seen, but I also tried other strategies this morning,…

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harvest

At last! The mittens are complete! After the testing time they gave me, I am in the end very happy with the finished result. I worked them at a tighter gauge than the peerie flooers hat – the fabric is dense and velvety. Here are the cuffs . . which are cosily lined . .…

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mitten graveyard

Welcome to the mitten graveyard – where bad mittens meet their end. A place of misplaced thumbs . . . . . . cuffs of varying dimensions . . . . . . endless ends . . . and the same pattern repeated usque ad nauseam Sometimes things get very nasty, and scissors are involved.…

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