I am Deborah. I am fortunate to be able to spend my days doing the things I love most in life: knitting, sewing, designing, cooking, baking, reading and writing. I am trying to learn, with an open ...
I am Deborah. I am fortunate to be able to spend my days doing the things I love most in life: knitting, sewing, designing, cooking, baking, reading and writing. I am trying to learn, with an open mind, as much as I can from this life without having to repeat my mistakes or the mistakes of my parents.
Some people see a gorgeous sunset and photograph it. Others paint it. I knit it. Fiber and fabric are my media. Knitting the sunset makes it mine.
All that I'm sayin' is...Give peace a chance. What if they gave a war and nobody came? Make love not war. If you remember any of these meaningful slogans from the 60s, this is the pattern you've been waiting for. But, even if you're too young to remember, peace never goes out of style. We all yearn for it, regardless of age. So, here you go! Now you see it--now you don't! Thesegreat-looking mitts have a secret pocket that is hidden to protect your valuables while you use your hands. Stranding adds extra wool for extra warmth. Top can be unfolded to cover fingers, or folded down to cover pocket and expose those texting fingers. Layer over gloves for extra warmth and a nifty look. So much fun to knit! Thanks Tammy Blondon for another great test-knit!
32 sts and 30 rnds = 4 inches on #3 needles