Since we last spoke, I completed my second Wanda mitten.
As you can see, they are mirror image of each other.
And there a couple of little fishies on the thumb.
To recap, I used The Loopy Ewe Solid Series in the “Tangerine” and “Caribbean” colorways and my ubiquitous size 2 (2.75mm) needle. Because you need only about 150 yards of each color, you only need one 2-ounce skein of each color.
The pattern is available in my Ravelry store.
Speaking of patterns available in my Ravelry store, the pattern for Super Slouch is available there as well.
I have, of course, started a new project. Yes, another pair of mittens.
As you can see, these are starting out in a slightly different manner. I started with a picot edge, some colorwork, and now I’m about to do a bit of ribbing.
I am once again using The Loopy Ewe Solid Series, this time in the “Grape” and “Kiwi” colorways. (Thinking about that makes me hungry.) This yearn is perfect for colorwork mittens. Because it is sold in 2-ounce skeins, and you only need one skein for each color, it is much more cost-effective than using a yarn that is put up in 4-ounce skeins since you are using less than half of one of those skeins. And it comes in 90 different colors!
While I am knitting away on my mitten, Lucy is hanging out with friends.