I'm making progress using the yarns that I've collected. Last week, I made these green fingerless gloves. Same pattern as I used in December. The gloves are made with Debbie Bliss Yarns. I had one skein of each of these greens, so I put them together for these gloves. These will get added to the closet with the finished things , ready for gift giving or my next sale. The blue/grey ones are made with a wool that has been in the closet for at least 7 years. I only have these two skeins so these fingerless gloves are an ideal way to use it up. I have several more single skeins of yarn that I picked up in my travels and so I'm going to continue to use it up making these fingerless gloves. I have a red Debbie Bliss Tweed that is calling out to me. I think it's going to be a regular pair of gloves hopefully with a cable stitch. I've found several patterns on Ravelry so I just need to pick one and get started.
My knitting the last few weeks has not been very focused, I seem to work on a different project every time I sit down. This makes for very slow going and not many finished projects.
I went through several pattern books the other evening, searching for the next great project but haven't found it yet.
And here's my blanket. It's now 19 inches long. That means I only knit 4 inches in the last two weeks. It's coming out beautifully. I'm still hoping to finish this one by spring.
Labels: gloves, knitting with double strand of yarn