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sunflowerfairy

I'm soooo going to copy these mittens. I **love** them. :)

PumpkinMama

You already know I love the red mitts. But now I'm lusting after that purple shade you're using for Kate's - what is it?

Danielle

If all of your mittens go missing in the night, don't come looking at me. Nope, I will have had nothing to do with any missing mittens. Nosiree Bob, I'm no mitten snatcher. But, if I was, I'd certainly be stealing all of your mittens. I've already stirred the stash a bit to see what surfaces for Kate's mittens. Love them! (I just need some white ... I seem to have no light colored wools right now...)

Amy

That organge on the wheel is awesome.

Kathy

Scream, it is. I'm also going to spin up some yarn for mittens. Mittens are the new socks, you know!

Lucia

Having been privileged to try on those mittens, I can testify to their coziness. No, I haven't ordered the books yet, but I'm working up to it.

That yarn does look pretty rustic -- it's the first thing I've ever seen you spin that wasn't perfectly smooth and even. That's a compliment, you understand. I've never been perfectly smooth or even myself, and I prefer to think of it as character.

sara l

pretty, pretty and soon to be prettiest.

Kim

Those mittens are beautiful as are Kate's!

Laurie

Those mittens scream ETHERKNITTER, KNIT ME!

I like the idea of rustic handspun for rustic handspun FOs.

Ruth

Love the red mittens. Will you be publishing the pattern?

sunflowerfairy

OOOHH!! I didn't even think of stealing them...you better watch that girl Danielle. lol

And where did you say you lived again?

Tonia

The mittens turned out wonderful! What a great pattern.

Oooo the deep purple in the socks is so pretty.

The hand spun looks very nice. I hope it turns out the way that you want it to.

Juno

I used the everyday china and it was fantastic. Spode shmode. LOVE the mittens. Genius.

Manise

You already know my love of your red mittens! Perfect shape and feel. Love your handspun.

Susan

Are the red mittens your own pattern? Because wow, I'd like to make those.

And that purple is just stunning.

Deborah C.

The red mittens are awesome. Pattern, pretty please? The Mister was absolutely right.

Kris

I love the mittens. The cables are fantastic. Awesome.

denny (now wants blue swearter) mcmillan

I have already spun the yarn and the mittens are almost done. I'm up here in the cold land of no Thanksgiving holiday to harsh on my mellow Xmas knitting.Mittens are for family,(so they can wait) now it's time for teacher knitting. ON OUR MARKS ..... GET READY...... KNIT EVERYONE!!!
Oh nice mittens there cupcake. Keep going. love your dennyx0x0x0

denny (now wants blue swearter) mcmillan

I have already spun the yarn and the mittens are almost done. I'm up here in the cold land of no Thanksgiving holiday to harsh on my mellow Xmas knitting.Mittens are for family,(so they can wait) now it's time for teacher knitting. ON OUR MARKS ..... GET READY...... KNIT EVERYONE!!!
Oh nice mittens there cupcake. Keep going. love your dennyx0x0x0

kelli ann

cable mittens are gorGEOUS!

Beth S.

Those mittens are just too cool. I agree that your should try to publish them! :-)

And hooray for "rustic" handspun! I'm working on some of that myself, and it's harder to do than it appears.

Marcy

Want. Want red mittenz. WANT!

CateK

I'm knitting up my first pair of mittens as we speak (or at least in between working the mouse and typing). I really like these better than knitting socks. For some reason, socks seem to take me forever but in two days I've knitted one and a half mittens. I can see a new knitting binge coming...

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