Mysteries and Mitts



Plopped in front of an episode of Hetty Wainthropp Investigates with a big mug of milky tea by my side, I’ve been knitting a pair of fingerless mitts for the little pattern collection I’m working on. I can’t believe how quick they are to knit! Compared to the sweaters I’ve been making lately, these mitts take no time at all. I find myself wishing that I had ideas for accessories more frequently. Quick projects like this are so satisfying, but my brain seems to be stuck on sweater mode.





8 responses to “Mysteries and Mitts”

  1. Elisabet

    Fingerless mitts are the best to try out new techniques in my opinion, because I can then go and look on them and see what I like and don’t. Are you planning on showing off all your knitted sweaters in one go? They all seem very pretty and it would be cool to see the whole collection.
    Love the colours!

    1. I have something somewhat similar planned for a future post! I don’t have all of the sweater’s I’ve ever made because I’ve made a few for other people, but I do have quite a collection of cropped sweaters to show off.

  2. oh those colors – I’m already imaging mitts in these colors – tasty ๐Ÿ™‚ happy knitting! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Sweater mode is good ๐Ÿ™‚ I have not come across this series before but I do love Mrs. Bucket *bouquet*

  4. yakl

    I love the mitts…do you have the pattern posted? I would love to make these for my granddaughter in college.

    1. Sorry, these are still a work in progress! The pattern won’t be done for quite some time.

  5. I like the way those colours work together! I love making accessories, although I’m trying to challenge myself with designing bigger things just now. It’s very satisfying the way an accessory can go from idea to finished object in such a short time.

  6. Pattern collection! How exciting!!

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