Thursday, September 11, 2014

Little Arrowhead Fingerless FInish


They are finished.  They are awesome. 

They were relatively easy, just required more concentration than I usually give. 
Will I make more? You bet. 

Should I block them? Will it matter? 

Love the Madelintosh Yarn…

See it wasn't meant to be that shawl after all. 
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17 comments:

Araignee said...

Love them!!!!

Wanderingcatstudio said...

They turned out great!

knitterbeader said...

Niiiiiice!!

Ingrid K. said...

Hi Kathy! They look great, well done!!!
Enjoy wearing them!
Ingrid xx
http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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Mereknits said...

Love the model, how much did he get paid?
Hugs,
Meredith

karen said...

I do not block mitts, but that's just me. Love your mitts and the colorway!!

KSD said...

So pretty --- wonderful job. I don't think they need blocking.

Katherine said...

I love them and they are clearly what they were meant to be! I love them so much that I started a pair last night. They only thing is that I am thrown by knitting with three double points (+ one) when I usually use four for socks. I am not used to the triangle thing. Guess I'm just a square. Heehee.

kathy b said...

You can do it Katherine! Each needle has two repeats so Its easy !

kathy b said...

Meredith, IM The model. I thought the pink in my flannel feminized it….guess not! Good check for me

Nancy said...

Great finish!

Judy S. said...

Nice work! I have one mitt waiting for its mate, so good for you for doing that second one! I hope you won't need them too soon......

knitterbeader said...

kathy, did you see my response to your question on my blog?

kathy b said...

Yes thanks Knitterbeader! I did wash them and they are patted nicely and drying on a towel. Already the difference is really beautiful.

Dee said...

Beautiful. I wouldn't bother blocking. Your arms block them as you wear them.

Congrats on a beautiful finish.

Gracie Saylor said...

Bravo! Bravo! kathy b!

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