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Topic: Wrist Warmers From Knitty.com  (Read 1098 times)
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« on: December 29, 2005 01:18:48 PM »

there were my first shot at knitting in the round.  I'd say they turned out cute.  I found the pattern at knitty.com last spring.  I'd definitely recommend it to anyone learning to use double-pointed needles.  I am pretty proud of them.

excuse the picture, it is my livejournal 'friends-only' entry.

now I am making some fingerless mitten-gloves.  They rule.  So much easier than I could have imagined.

« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2005 01:26:36 PM »

Is this the Voodoo pattern?  I'm making myself some of those--3, to be exact. Smiley  The first one is complete, but the thumb hole's too small and I bound off too tightly and now my yarn is a HUGE mess (charcoal alpaca), so I'm taking a bit of a break.
I like the 2X2 rib with your yarn a lot!

« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2005 01:45:06 PM »

heck yeah it is!  and this yarn rules.. it's called simply soft.  by caron if i'm not mistaken.  It has a bit of a shine too it, which i really like, and it is sooo soft.  $2.50/skein too!

post pictures when you're done, i'd love to see the finished masterpieces.   Cheesy

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