Finishing up some WIPs from last winter -- I really want to be able to gift them this year!
These are the fiddlehead mitten pattern
, I was struggling with getting the lining to fit nicely inside the mitten as the original instructions weren't working for me. So I got frustrated (after finishing two other pairs last year) and cast them aside in disgust! But I love them, so they must be finished. The best part?
That there is a Brushed Suri lining. It feels like you are wearing little baby bunnies on your hand. Sadly, nay, outrageously, my friend who works at the LYS tells me that Brushed Suri has been discontinued - sad, sad face. Fortunately, I have enough stash to last for a few more pairs.
Which is good, because I just started another pair for the DaddyO.
In case you thought there was no sewing content in this post - I would hate to disappoint you, so I whipped these up!
Halloween trick-or-treat bags, reversible with squared bottoms.
And lastly, do you remember this guy
He is about to make his return ... Everybody get out of the water!!
Linking up with WIP Wednesday
. Hope you're having a grand week, thanks for visiting!
wow, those mittens are awesome! I couldn't imagine the trouble of doing them inside & out! Great job! They are beautiful! I have never worn a bunny on my hand. Must try it one day! bwahahhahahReplyDelete
Love those mittens... they look so warm and cosy!ReplyDelete
What stunning mittens. They look so snuggly.ReplyDelete
Back again cos I keep seeing your thumbnail & am just loving it! beautiful mittens!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous mittens and those halloween bags are sooo cute!ReplyDelete
Love the Mittens. I must get on and make some halloween loot bags too.ReplyDelete
Your mittens are beautiful! I'm sure the recipients will love them!ReplyDelete
Love your fiddlehead mittens! I could sure use them here today!ReplyDelete
Wow! Those mittens are so beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Your mittens look like the coziest things ever! Love them.ReplyDelete
Not to sound like a broken record player, but those Mittens are absolutely gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Those mittens are so pretty. Keep at them, they will be so worth it once they are finished.ReplyDelete
fabulous mittens! they make me wish I could knit myself a pair, but after several attempts to learn knitting, I think I should stick to sewing :)ReplyDelete
Lovely Mittens!!! I really should learn to knit :)ReplyDelete
Such cute mittens! And what a great idea to have trick or treat bags, just what is needed to collect all that 'candy!' :-)ReplyDelete
Wow, I love those mittens. I recently finished a pair of socks that I kept casting aside, but I am so pleased I persevered.ReplyDelete
Those mittens are gorgeous and what a great idea to make treat bags!ReplyDelete
LOVE LOVE the mittens! SO need to make some for myself!ReplyDelete
those mittens are beautiful and oh SO impressive!ReplyDelete