Friday, October 13, 2006

How did I double-row my mittens?

My Double-Rolled Mittens are done. I'm so happy with them.
... And the DH is looking for his!



I'll attempt to tell you how I did it thru pictures . . .






The fit is great!!



Now I've got a few plans for a multitude of projects in this Special Issue from Interweave Knits ... Oh when will I have the time to complete everything I have planned?



It's too cold outside for Hibiscus, so we brought the plants in a few weeks ago. And sitting in the well-lite mudroom seems to agree with it ... Such beautiful final Summer blooms!

11 comments:

Cynthia said...

Nice mittens Rhonda and quite the slide show! There are a few things in the Holiday Issue I know I want to make. That flower is such a tease given the weather outside - it's a Winnie the Pooh blustery, rainy, cold day here!

Susan said...

Wow, never seen that done before. it's amazing.

Shelley said...

Wow Rhonda...amazing slide show and mitten creating. Is that made with your hand warmers? Or is it another pair of mittens? I want to make sure you get count for them if they aren't the wrist warmer ones you have already made.

Rhonda said...

Those mitts look so toasty!

Dipsy D. said...

I really love these mittens, they look so cozy and warm - perfect!

aija said...

WOW. Thanks for the slideshow, that was amazing! I wonder how unspun superwash roving would act knit into the soles of socks... Very cool.

Dove Knits said...

Those are so cool!

Tina in Wonderland said...

Great job on those mittens!

And what a pretty Hibiscus!

Blogless Kim said...

Wow! I've never seen that technique before! Great presentation in the slide show.

Cara said...

Hi! Just wanted to let you know that this submission made it into this month's Yarnival! You can view the issue on my blog. Thanks for submitting! Have a GREAT DAY!

Kelly said...

Very interesting tutorial! Thanks!