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Old 03-11-2010, 06:17 PM   #1
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I liked Slim's gloves, so I used the remainder of my maroon yarn, tried following the pattern and ended up with these.

The yarn I used was thick and the needles were bigger than those specified, so they turned out quite clunky. I bought thinner needles and I'll start knitting gloves with thoses from now on, I think.
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:50 PM   #2
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Nice!! They look so warm, and I love the color.
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Thanks for the pattern by the way. That pair, I'll be giving away at the soup kitchen, I think.

Here's attempt number two, which I started earlier today. It's turning out much better, I think.
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Very nice! Love the color, too!
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They turned out great!! I want to try these too.
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Love the black and white ones! And someone at the soup kitchen will love and use the maroon ones you made. Great job!
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I love the idea of giving your first pair away to a soup kitchen! The second ones are really cute, too!
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Okay. Finished the zebra pair. Almost done the camouflage pair. These fit much better. I found that it's also better to knit the pinky one or two rows shorter than the other fingers.
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