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To complete the Racing Horse scarf and hat set, I also knitted a pair of fingerless mitts. Unlike the first two projects, the mitts are not double knit. They are only one layer with a smaller version of the checker-board. … Continue reading
After completing the horse scarf for my niece, I searched for a hat pattern that could be modified to match. The horse pattern from the scarf seemed to big too put on a hat. While I searched for an option, … Continue reading
My niece loves horses! I stumbled across this pattern a few years back and had been putting it off because it was double knit. Last year, I bit the bullet and tackled a new skill. I am happy the holiday’s … Continue reading
To complete the Panda ensemble, I created a scarf in coordinating colors.
To go with the Panda Bear Hat I shared last week, I created a pair of fingerless mitts for my niece.
I love knitting dishcloths. They are quick and inexpensive projects that keep my hands busy. Recently while cleaning out my camera I realized I forgot to share this great set with you. While these patterns were not originally a set, … Continue reading
Last week I shared the Glenic Hat I made for my niece. The pattern included instructions for a pair of fingerless mitts. After completing 75% of the first one I opted to frog it and create my own matching mitts.
My oldest niece, who is now 12, requested a hat and fingerless mitt set for her birthday (which was at the end of March). Now that she has received her gift, I can share it with you.
This past Christmas, my dad asked me to knit him a hat and scarf. He was very surprised when I delivered. Since Friday is the first day of spring, I thought I better post it before it got any warmer.