Monday, January 28, 2013

Little Red Gloves

 My older daughter requested a pair of red gloves for the chilly mornings at school. She was very particular about the details. She wanted a simple pair in red with a tiny cuff. The only red yarn I had was worsted weight, so I picked out a pattern in that size, on ravelry and got to work. These went incredibly fast especially when they come at the end of a cardigan. The pattern is a no-brainer and goes really fast. I used up less than half a ball of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Worsted (Red Fox).

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  1. They look so cozy and warm! Your daughter is lucky to have a mother who can create exactly the gloves she dreamed of :)

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  2. Hi! My name is Sara and I'm from Italy.
    I found your beautiful Crocheted Moccasin free pattern on Raverly.
    they are very original, so I've translated the pattern in italian and I've published it on my blog http://ferri-e-uncini.blogspot.it/
    of course I've linked your raverly account and your personal blog, but if you want i delete my translation you just tell me!
    Nice to meet you!
    Sara

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    1. I am fine with the translation, thanks.

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  3. Hello again - thank you so much for visiting my little blog and leaving a comment! I am very new to being a blogger and am not sure the best place to reply, but I wanted to be sure you would see my response :)
    Yes, those baby goats make napping look very appealing, don't they? But with goats, ten minutes later they are up and bouncing around like mad creatures! No one can watch baby goats without laughing :)

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  4. You are most welcome. I think they are one of the cutest animal babies.

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