More finished knitting!

There have been two FO’s since I last posted. I finished a scarf for my fiancé’s brother, and also a pair of mittens for myself. The scarf took awhile, since it was knit the long way. I knit it using the Gulp pattern (free) by Donyale Grant. Yarn was: Knit Picks Essential Kettle Dyed and Knit Picks Imagination Hand Painted Sock Yarn in Frog Prince. (rav link)


I also decided I needed mittens now that it’s getting cold and my fingers need protection. I was at the LYS on Saturday and picked up some Mirasol Sulka to make some mittens. I did some embroidery on top so I could be sure to know which glove goes on which hand. This an improvised pattern.


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13 thoughts on “More finished knitting!”

  1. You have a knack for finding out interesting patterns I hadn’t seen before! It seems like I have to queue something almost every time you post! You made it again with the Gulp scarf: it’s a simple pattern that gives interesting results. Yours looks great; thanks for the inspiration!

  2. The scarf turned out great, the yarns blended beautifully. I like the little flowers on the mittens too.

  3. I love the colors in your scarf; navy and pea green make me very happy!

    Your mittens are cute. Love the flowers!

  4. I lost my Christmas knitting mojo and I think you found it!

    Keep crankin’ out the FOs, they look great. =)

    I love the embroidery on the mittens.

  5. Thanks for mentioning Gulp – the ultimate stash buster and quick christmas pressie non?

    Love yours – those colours – sigh.

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