Welcome to a new link-up party for your Friday Finished Object posts! In an effort to connect everyone who creates and blogs about it here on the web, I thought providing a place to link up and share your freshly finished creations would be a great way to see what everyone is working on. Please feel free to share ANY of your finished crafty pursuits from knitting and crocheting to sewing and scrapbooking.
You guessed it! This is three weeks in a row! I finished another project! Woohoo!! Exclamation Points!
Those are the Prolix Mitts by Laura Nelkin in her Knockout Knits book. I. Love. These. Mitts!!
Left & Right. They turned out a little different with the colors. I was hoping to end them both with reds, but it wasn’t in the cards. I used Zitron’s Opus 1. It’s 100% Merino infused with Aloe Vera & Jojoba oil. Mmmmm. Luxurious!
To join in the fun, click the link up below to see all the others participating in a Freshly Finished Friday! It will take you away from this page, but don’t worry, you will always be able to find your way back. It’s especially helpful if the linked up blog has a link back here. Please add your specific blog post link and remember to link back here in your blog so we can all be connected 🙂
Until next time!
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12 thoughts on “Freshly Finished Friday #3”
Those looks lovely warm and toasty, especially on the wrist and going up the arm 🙂
Those are fabulous! The yarn sounds yummy!
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What fun mitts! I am so OCD about color matching my stripes I end up driving myself crazy! LOL
I was super worried i wouldn’t have enough yarn left for the second one so i went with it 🙂 i did shorten one of the dark brown sections because i wanted it to be more colorful!!
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I have that book, but haven’t knit anything from it yet. I met Laura at Vogue Knitting in Chicago, and she is the sweetest person!
Personally, I like mismatched knitted socks and mitts.
3 in a row, very impressive! Love the mittens, that gradient yarn is lovely.
Very cozy 🙂 I’ve never knit mitts before, but I think I’d actually wear long ones like that.
Thank you!! I love them and they are like wearing extra sleeves!
Love the mitts, and awesome work finishing three projects three weeks in a row! I’m not sure I’ve quite worked out how to join in the link up but sounds like a great idea!
Thanks!! I added your link into the link up…just click on the little blue button at the bottom of the post and it will take you there. I’m hoping to make a change with hosting so I can have the little pictures show at the post and you won’t have to go off site. We shall see.