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October 12, 2005

Comments

Jessica

for some reason fingerless gloves just make some people think of the homeless. I made my BF some, and his office actually turned the air conditioning down because they said he looked homeless hunched over his computer with his coat and fingerless gloves on.

Rise

Barbara, your Charlotte is so beautiful. The colors flow together so nicely. Most people just don't get the fingerless mitts thing until they try them themselves. I have a pair I keep on my nightstand for bedtime reading. I hate being all toasty warm under the covers but then have cold wrists and hands. This way my hands stay warm but the fingers are still free for page turning.

Lorette

I love your gauntlets! Those would make it possible to knit outside in the cooler weather!

Karen

Your technician definitely doesn't get it because they are awesome! I am sending my yarn to Zipperstop too for a match. Can't wait to see what they come up with!

Carolyn

Last week when the 4th and 5th graders in my knitting class saw my fingerless gloves that I brought for a sample project they said they were for poor people and didnt like them either. But I knit some Natalyas last winter as a sweet 16 birthday gift for my neice, she thought they were very cool. I guess it is in the eyes of the beholder, and to my eyes yours are lovely.

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WIP's

  • Dale "Gerbera"
    Started 1/25/06
  • Cellini Jacket
    Pattern designed for me at ArtFibers in San Francisco. Using their Cellini yarn, a cotton/synthetic boucle. Started October 2005. Currently on hold until warmer weather.
  • Floral Tree Skirt
    From Melanie Falick's Handknit Holidays, this design is by Michele Rose Orne. Using Manos del Uruguay assorted colors. Started 10/31/05. I missed Christmas '05, now working to finish for Christmas '06

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