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  • Is there really an Ann?

  • What mom could compete with a fab handknit teacher
    gift? Looks like you have thrown down the knit gauntlet!

  • …fondly remembering my VQ cappuccino…so not Ultra…pass me lo zucchero…

  • I’m way jealous.

  • That is one beautiful Clap! I had a Clapotis sighting the other night and it made me all nostalgic. Running down those rows was really satisfying.

  • I have been knitting Maine Morning Mitts like crazy — they are the perfect knit-while-watching-HGTV last-minute gift, and it’s fun to experiment with colors if the yarn doesn’t do that for you (as Silk Garden does).
    Happy holidays to you and yours!

  • Ditto SallyA:: where is Ann?

  • Love all the mitts, especially the ones for the boys!
    Thanks for passing on the tip about the bind off. I was not happy with my picot bindoff…

  • Love all the mitts, especially the ones for the boys!
    Thanks for passing on the tip about the bind off. I was not happy with my picot bindoff…

  • I do believe I’VE been to that coffee shop too. Except when I went I didn’t get to see anyone famous. ;(

  • Hey wait a minute thats my HAIR that Orna has on, way to go! I’ve had older people tell me to cut my hair but I’m not going to its good to see someone that has the same. Great scarf never did make a Clapotis. Maybe I should!

  • Please tell Orna I LOVE seeing her hair down. Her hair + your scarf — very elegant.

  • yes, those Maine Morning Mitts are a great gift for teachers pattern. I’ve made two pairs in Noro Kureyon, one in Noro Kochoran, one in Berroco Foliage so far. I was wondering if Fetching was a quicker knit but you answered my question!

  • I really need to finish my Fetching mitts. I only have to do the thumbs, so I really have no excuse (I put them aside sometime in the early spring). Maybe tonight!

  • Kay, could you give a tad more detail as to the placement of those three K2tog on the fetching mits? I completed a pair this week and was not too hip on the way the Picot BO turned out. Thanks!

  • Okay, a dumb question. I can’t tell from the pattern if one holds the two yarns together as one or alternates the yarns on alternate rows. Having pre-Christmas brain fatigue.

  • Yes, of course. I now see that there are two different mitts in the photo, not mention her references to “Mitt A” and “Mitt B”. Duh.