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Beaded red mittens - Lacy arrow pattern

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Lacies with beads

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Mittens and Gloves Galore taught by Marly Bird

Get a handle on knitting an array of cute and cozy handwarmers with the one and only Marly Bird!

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Fingering (4 ply)
Sizing Women
Style Romantic
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What needles did you use? US 2 / 2.75 mm / UK 12

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What materials did you use? 75 g Lane Cervinia sock yarn, approx 150 glass beads size 6.

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What are you most proud of? These were gestalt therapy, making up with a childhood experience knitting a red thumbless mitten. Yarn's been waiting for quite some time, before I got the courage. All went well, I had fun with this project and love my new red mittens, two of them and now with thumbs.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Make a little lace swatch adding the beads - 2 repeats of the pattern, block, measure and calculate how many beads you need to string on your yarn for the desired circumference of your. lace cuff. The middle ones were strung on dental floss and added directly to the stitch..

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Beautifully done! :)

01/26/2014 Flag


11/11/2014 Flag

These are beautiful!

08/04/2014 Flag

Thank you

11/11/2014 Flag

Gorgeous! They look like velevet! What yarn did you use?

10/17/2014 Flag

Thanks but the pic turned out fuzzy. This was plain sock yarn

11/11/2014 Flag

Beautiful pair of mitts, love the beading

11/05/2014 Flag

Marly's fabulous class and my small panache with the beads

11/11/2014 Flag

The beading is such a stunning modification! Really makes them something special.

12/07/2014 Flag

Thank you! New ones on the way with another cuff pattern. You can use lots of lace patterns for this.

12/15/2014 Flag

Look forward to seeing them. Thanks for the inspiration!

12/19/2014 Flag