This makes for 3 FOs in 3 days. (Do I get a turkey, like in bowling?!) I don’t know how this happened. Well, yes, I do–I knit only really small things!
Pattern: Fetching, this time for me.
Yarn: I honestly have no idea. I’m sure it’s 100% Merino, but that’s all I know. I made myself my hat out of this years and years ago (maybe 3?), and I had started a few pairs of gloves with the rest of the yarn, but always stopped at a certain point for whatever reason. I don’t especially love the hat, but it’s the best one I have for myself that I’m happy to wear in public.
Needles: US 6 wooden dpns that I hardly knew I owned
Started: 7:30am today Hang on, stupid. You knit one of the mitts (sans thumb) last night!
Finished: 8:30pm today; I think they took just over 2 hours total 3 hours. Maybe Definitely less than 4. My commute is more than half an hour each way, so I got themthe second one mostly done on the bus, and then I just had to deal with the thumbs and the sewing in of ends for both when I got home.
Modifications: As I said, I have no idea what this yarn is, and so I don’t know how much I used. But I have plenty leftover–I actually think I could get another pair out of what remains–and so I was able to make proper-sized thumbs. Well, I only did 3 rows instead of 4, because I wanted them short.
I’m wearing them now to type. It’s bitterly cold out there, as many of you on the East Coast know, so I’m not going to be wearing them out and about for a while, but I can wear them while typing or knitting.
The pair for Tamar was sent off today, and I have to admit I was quite sad to see them go. Now I have a pair for me!