More Fingerless Mitts
It’s not very exciting and I fear you may be getting bored with me telling you that I am making fingerless mitts again. Unfortunately other than getting ready for Christmas that is what I am doing. I did finish my exchange gifts and get them mailed off but I can’t show you the pictures until they are received.
These are two I finished yesterday. I have four more pairs in versus stages of being made.
16 thoughts on “More Fingerless Mitts”
They are lovely Ann. I love seeing all the variations. I particularly like the stripy ones.
Thank you Marilyn. The stripes are dark green curls.
I love them. They are very fashion forward! It almost looks like there are gold flecks in the second pair and I love the flared look. Did you put in a thumb hole? Merry Christmas, Linda
the second pair have green silk throwsters waste on them. I was trying to do some Christmassy ones. No thumb hole. It is easier to text without. Mary Christmas to you too.
Lovely winter colours! I like the pair with flecks in.
Thank you Lyn.
I really like them Ann. They’re so useful – I should really make some for myself – when I get “a round tuit” – anyone got one? 🙂
Thanks Judith, they have proved to be more popular than I could have imagined. I have one of those in the house somewhere If I find it I will send it to you. LOL.
Well, fingerless mitts might be boring, but that color is anything but boring. Fantastic.
Thanks Judy, I do enjoy making them. They don’t take that long and they are fun to decorate.
I love to see them. Must have a go. Or perhaps buy some of yours? Do you have a shop? It’ll have to be after 25th! Serious cash shortage here!
Hi thank you. I have an empty etsy shop. Not much help. I hope to get some in the store after my last show. I know all about the pre and post Christmas cash shortage.
They look great, Ann, and if they sell well, even better! 🙂
I have written several comments but none posted. But I do like seeing your mitts and they aren’t boring since they are always different. Love the throwsters waste on the second pair.
Thanks Ruth. Sometimes the internet just has it in for us.