Wednesday, April 11, 2012

WIP Wednesday: Hands and Feet

I have several of the same WIPs going on this week without much progress, so I thought I would share just my latest. I know it's springtime, but I couldn't resist doing some colorwork. It was just calling my name. I started a pair of Endpaper mitts. The colorwork makes the knitting go so fast!

I'm making this set out of Berroco Ultra Alpaca light. These are going to be perfect for work. My workplace is freezing and its nice to be able to keep my hands warm and still be able to type.

See the cute little project bag? I made it! I'm so proud of how my progress is going with the sewing. I kind of went overboard on making project bags, so I put the extras that I made in my etsy shop.

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11 comments:

  1. Love the fabric of your project bag :)

    The pattern on the mitts is gorgeous

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  2. I wish I had the yarny-stuff budget right now for one of your project bags, they're wonderful! Also wonderful: the classic pattern and high contrast and nicely-knit colourwork of your mitts. :D

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  3. Loverly mitts and the project bag is fabulous! I bought a Groupon for sewing classes, so maybe I'll be able to make myself something, sometime....

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  4. The projects bag is fabulous, but those mitts--gorgeous!

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  5. The fabric you chose for your project bag is lovely :-)

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  6. Haha same problem here! I get to sewing a certain item (like dresses for my little one) and I just keep making and making and making them!

    I found you through WIP Wednesdays. Here is my project of the week: http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2012/04/how-to-tuesday-bunnys-birthday-dress.html

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  7. I know what you mean about a colourwork project calling to you. I get that sometimes too. Love the Endpaper mitts pattern - can't wait to see yours done!

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  8. I've made two pairs of those and as long as you can get the second going, and avoid the second syndrome, they are great!

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  9. Wow - lovely colorwork! That yarn looks so soft and cozy I'll bet they feel fabulous to wear!

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  10. congrats on the sewing - the bags look great!!

    love the endpapers - they're looking gorgeous!

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  11. What a wonderful project. makes me want to whip out my autumn colours, it looks so cool!

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