Friday, 3 February 2012

FO Friday: Uno glove


Not a true finished item since it's only one of a pair, but it's finished all the same. 

It's freezing today and I'm actually contemplating taking my one solitary glove and alternating it between my hands to keep them intermittently warm. Yesterday, on my short walk to playgroup, my fingers got so cold that they physically hurt. 

My husband has lent me his giant fleece gloves for the school run today and I'm not exaggerating when I say the pinkie is about 2 inches too long on me, but needs must. It's a great incentive to come home and start knitting. I wonder if the small one will let me? 

 Gloves

Gloves

Gloves

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11 comments:

  1. Now that looks like a wonderfully cosy glove! Hope you finish the second one quickly so you can have fab coloured, well fitting gloves soon ;)

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  2. That looks really warm. You need to get cracking on that second one.

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  3. Lovely! I'm a bit scared of making gloves, you did a great job.

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  4. They look fantastic. love the colour!

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  5. Love the color and love that they fit you. I have short pinkies so I know how most gloves just don't fit right. Can't wait to see it's mate.

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  6. Beautiful glove! I hope you get a chance to knit today. Maybe the little one would be distracted by a toy for a bit.

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  7. Bahahahhaha!! I've been watching Stockinette Zombies, where this recent terminology has been unleashed:
    HO: A half finished object, such as one sock or mitten.
    I love your ho!!! ♥

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  8. That looks lovely and warm, especially with such a long cuff. Perfect for keeping out the cold, and it's a fab colour too.

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  9. One of a pair totally counts! good job!

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  10. The "hands so cold they physically hurt" bit of winter is one of my absolute least favourites, ugh. I'm glad you've devised such an elegant solution---this glove is gorgeous, and totally counts as its own FO! What a nice colour and some really amazing knitting. :D

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