22 September 2020

Now they're a pair!

The green glove now has a friend!!!  

I'm going to make one more pair with my new yarn and then it'll be onto something else.  Not quite sure what yet but I've a few days to make up my mind as gloves take a few days to make.  That's being pretty full on with them too.


Jane McLellan said...

Lot of work, but a great result!

God's Kid said...

Great gloves!! :)
Your hands should keep warm this winter! :)

crafty cat corner said...

Your photo has taken me back. I used to knit loads of gloves when the kids were young, we all had hand knitted gloves. That was when we didn't have a car but now we do not seem to have any use for them.

Kathy Niklewicz said...

These look great! Thanks for the link to the pattern in your former post! It will be a while for me to study. I've never made gloves at all but making the fingers first is the way to go!

Jane Eborall said...

The good thing about knitting gloves is that they never become boring, Kathy!!

Jane Eborall said...

Not my favourite colour but they’ll be warm as they’re wool.

Maureen said...

Olive green is one of my favourite colours! Amazingly, in the earlier picture, the glove on it’s own lookedaqua! Perhaps it needed it’s other half to settle into being glove- ly.

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