Friday, November 13, 2009

My 100th Post!

My Tower of Gloves!




I have given many away but still have a few.



Just finished this pair out of Cascade 220 Tweed.
I used the Blackthorn pattern from Knitting New Mittens & Gloves by Robin Melanson.
I didn't add the little vest part as I had on my first pair and I used a 1x1 Rib for the cuff. I just love tweed yarn!


These are the same pattern without the Rib cuff and made out of Noro Kureyon. I love the natural rustic look and the beautiful colorway Noro creates.



Now my venture into Fair Isle Gloves! Winter Twilight Mitts
These are for my First Born. A free pattern from Knittingdaily Winter Twilight Mitts that I am working on making gloves. I hope it works and I don't have to frog them because my daughter doesn't like them as mitts. Time will tell.



These are for my Last Born and are also a free pattern, from Interweave Norwegian Gloves
(when you go to the link scroll down to find the pattern)
They are beautiful gloves but the pattern is a little confusing for my old brain.
I was able to finish the little finger after frogging it once and have started the ring finger.



The palm and the thumb gusset are also very beautiful.


The reason for the missing pictures is because Geocity is no more. I must wait for First Born to fix it.

22 comments:

Michelle said...

Wow beautiful gloves! YOu will be ready for winter!!

Joansie said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous gloves. I've knitted just about everything except gloves. You inspire me.

Sigrun said...

Congratulations on 100posts. The gloves are neat--quite a pile of accomplishment.

Maria said...

Yeah 100th post. Your tower of gloves is amazing!!

Amanda said...

Congratulations! And your tower of gloves is awe inspiring. How do you do it?

Abbey said...

Congratulations!! You ARE inspiring!! Thank you for blogging!! xoxo

Two Cables and a Frapp said...

Happy 100th Post to Youuuu, Happy 100th... Well, you get the idea. Wow, you've outdone yourself on the gloves. I love them all. Great patterns, great yarns, great knitting...

Latisha said...

100th post! You are truly amazing - look at those beautiful gloves. I've yet to finish two small projects I started weeks ago! Congrats on your 100th post and keep up the beautiful work :)

LenaL said...

Oh, that is an impressing pile of gloves! And so beauteful, all of them!

Sel and Poivre said...

That tower of knits is thrilling! One type of knit, interpreted so many different ways, every one bringing enjoyment to you as you worked on them and then warmth in the wearing...all from needles and yarn in your hands. Congratulations on so many posts and so many fabulous knits along the way!

bev said...

Beautiful gloves. All so neatly finished. Congrats on the 100th post! Mine is just hit as well!

lunaticraft said...

Holy Moley! That's a lot of beautiful glove. I bow n envy to your glove making ability.

(And congrats on the 100th post!)

Pooch said...

You are a prolific glove maker! They look lovely. The Norwegian pattern is very pretty.
:)

SuKnitWitty said...

100 Posts and Priceless Gloves! Congrats on all! You're an amazing glove knitter...they are all so beautiful, warm and cozy! I'm just finishing my first pair of Fingerless Gloves. You are inspiring me to try ones with Fingers!

Cybèle said...

Congratulations on your 100th post!

lara griffiths said...

i am always in awe of your mittens and gloves!!!!!!

what a wonderful way to celebrate your 100th post!

Congratulations!

DrChopSuey said...

Congrats on 100!

You make glove knitting look so easy. All of your gloves look so elegant AND functional. Beautiful!

petrina said...

that's a LOT of gloves! congratuations on your 100th post!

sheldonhillyer said...

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Kate said...

Hi there! Thanks for entering my little blog contest! Your blog is wonderful- the the mittens and gloves are to die for!

Happy Knitting!

luciowbrink said...

正哦~期待您下次更新..................................................

somuchyarn said...

Your stack of gloves is AWESOME. And inspiration to us all!