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Night of the living mitts

So, I made another pair of fingerless mitts and sat down to take a few pictures

I’ve been experimenting with different ideas for fingerless mitts, and I finally got them looking like I envisioned.

so i just went with it

I can knock out one mitt per night of TV, which means I may actually be able to make a nice little pile of them for Christmas gifts.

but a certain someone wouldn't get out of the shot

I just need to remember next time I want to take pictures of them…

and will have to get him back later

…to do it while Neil is at work.

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12 thoughts on “Night of the living mitts

  1. Do you have a pattern you can share?

    1. I made the same way I made these, but with the following changes:

      • I used a single strand of yarn throughout, instead of a double.
      • I started from the bottom instead of the top (i.e. at the wrist side instead of the finger side)
      • At row 31, I switched to a different color yarn

      Hope that helps!

  2. Very nice! They look great and I’m loving the fun photos.

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  3. You did it! Those look GREAT! And the pix cracked me up 🙂

  4. love the mits. congrats on getting it. and why is it that the boys think it’s funny to make fun? they are just jealous aren’t they?!

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  5. cool mits!

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  6. Those mitts look great! I also love this picture set; that’s exactly what my husband would do if he caught me taking pictures of myself too. =)

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  7. Oh my goodness…it has been said that after you have been married for some time that you start to look like your spouse. And you guys look like each other. I mean of course you look your gender but you look like you could be brother and sister. You guys are too funny.

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  9. These look great – I hope i can run a few pairs up myself for Christmas presents! Thanks for the pattern
    I love your pictures KEEP NEIL IN!!!!!

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  10. Ohmygosh you make it so simple! thanks so much!! 😀

  11. Aww! Its so easy! I loveeeees it!

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