Wednesday, October 26, 2005


And finally, the hobo gloves I made for Chris. I have to go buy size 4 needles to make the mitten tops for these.

Your gloves are great! Do you ever sleep? I don't know how you get so much done. I want to thank you so much for the knitting needles for my class. A few of the needles always seem to migrate to a student's home rather than back to the classroom so I appreciate having more. Also having larger sizes is really helpful. They always want to knit very tight. Thank you for thinking of my class.

Woo Hoo!!! They look great!
yay glittens!!! and here I was thinking i was so clever by coming up with a cute term...I bet I read it on your blog at some point in time and subconsciously remembered it!

Hmm, I was actually going to rip it all out and just do plain mittens for the time being. The pattern has utterly confused me (i just transfered the added thumb stitches on to a holder) it's not making any sense to me, the pattern makes no mention of the stitches on the holder, and I have a big gaping hole :( very confused. I haven't actually made mittens before, so I'm sure it's something simple that's confusing me :(

ah well, your hobo gloves do look great!
hi kristine!

well, a gaping hole would make sense, but it doesn't look like a thumb-gaping-hole....I can't even visualize how it's supposed to work, and how it'll all come together! It looks like numerous holes..the instructions right after you transfer the stitches onto the holder confuse me (completely!) I'm ripping it out b/c despite of stitch-count modifications to make it smaller, it's still big! hmm, maybe when I have time I'll go back to it and pick your brain a little more, since you're the glitten-pro! :D
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