Saturday, June 27, 2009

Cable Glove Crazy

I am sure my obsession with gloves will pass but right now it's so bad that I look at any yarn as future gloves.
These Welig gloves by Robin Melanson are made from Cascade 220 Tweed.













I love this pattern and am sure I will make another pair soon.

On the family front, both my daughters are teachers with MA degrees and are now home owners. They live 10 min. away from each other both farther away from me! I guess I will be moving very soon.
My first born is an amazing writer and I wish she would do more of that because I know there is a best seller waiting to come out.
My last born is an awesome artist and now that she has a studio in her new house I hope she will soon have a showing of her work.
I am so proud of both and bless to have them.

13 comments:

Michelle said...

You'll be all set when winter comes! They are very pretty!

Sigrun said...

Nice to hear from you again. I could develop a passion for those kind of gloves, too--as soon as I finish a bunch of socks. My love of sock knitting has never waned. You have every right to be proud of the girls. Just wait till the "grands" come along. That's another exciting thing altogether.

Abbey said...

Your gloves are scrumptous!!! Any yarn will be so happy to become your beautiful gloves!! I'm so happy your girls are successful and happy!! Update us on how the Wii is going! We are curious!

Cybèle said...

those gloves are beautiful and look very snuggly.
Nice to see that being proud of your children continues as they grow up and leave the nest. Mine are 10 and 7 and I often find myself very proud of them, and it's such a nice feeling.

Amanda said...

You are such a good glove knitter! And blessed to have 2 such talented daughters.

lara griffiths said...

oh my. you are so talented! these look great.

Zel, The Grimm Witch said...

The gloves...the awesome black gloves...ARE MINE!
ALL MINE!
WHA-HA-HA-HA!
Love you

RiaRe said...

You are certainly the "master" in gloves. They are all so beautiful. Love them all!!!!

Tante J said...

Just gorgeous. I'm feeling the glove bug coming to get me!

Sel and Poivre said...

Oh my goodness those gloves are lovely! I don't blame you for wanting to make another pair!

lizzzknits said...

I have made lots of socks, but have yet to try gloves... any words of wisdom. Yours are fabulous.

Congrats on the girls and you should be very proud of their accomplishments.

DrChopSuey said...

You have a wonderful family, I love hearing about your adventures!

And you are so good with gloves! The yarn looks yummy and cozy. You are going to be nice a warm come wintertime! :)

Kathy said...

Okay those gloves are incredible works of art. Came from Bianca's bloglist to find you. So impressed