Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Speedy Tweedy




After winding my skein of Brooklyn Tweed last night, these fingerless gloves simply had to be hooked up.


I used some of my left over variegated sock yarn and some of my mustard tweedy Rowan yarn to add some interest to the fingerless gloves.


I am loving the colours and am hoping the recipient (a very special friend) will too.

What have you been making or enjoying this week?
I have to face sewing up my finished knitted cardigan, the bit I don't look forward to, but I know it will be worth it once it's done!
Happy days everyone
xox 
Penny

11 comments:

  1. Lovely colors and mitts. Your special friend will love them I know. What is not to love about them?

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  2. They're gorgeous the colours remind me of the hillsides here in autumn. Sarah x

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  3. Oh yes, I do indeed love those colours, Penny! I have some Rowan Tweed in the same hue ready for autumn...

    I too am the proud owner of Brooklyn Tweed and I am a little curious to know whether you have found it has a tendency to break easily when knitting/crocheting?

    Warmest wishes from very sunny France,

    St├ęphanie

    ps Aren't those light, long evenings a joy to behold?

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  4. I'm crocheting a granny square scarf like the lady in the BBC2 sewing programme wore. I didn't watch it but read a blog post with a link to pictures of her... Granny Annie was she called? Anyway, loved the scarf so I am doing one for a friend in bright primary colours mostly as that is what she wears and prefers. And I shall make a more muted one for me in autumnal shades, later. Also knitting bedsocks... I know it's not the time of year but I am limited as to how much craft work I can do these days so things take a lot longer than I am used to, or like!

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  5. Love that gold, just gorgeous, your friend will love them....you didn't hang about with the winding, if it were me I'd still be staring at th skein.

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  6. I love the colours of these :)

    On the knitting front I've been working on a shawl design ... it will be a gift for my sister to wear at her wedding.

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  7. Deeee-lish yarn, you've certainly picked my fave colours! Hope you are well - I'm silly busy at the moment, wondering when I'll get the chance to blog ever again!! I'm just having to settle on a few snatched moments of visiting to get the blog fix I need ;)
    Em xx

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  8. Good morning Penny,

    I'm just popping in to say THANK YOU for getting back to me about the Brooklyn Tweed :-) I was totally smitten by their colourways, purchased three skeins in autumnal jewel colours (in autumn) and then froze like a rabbit in the headlights of a car when I saw how easily it broke. I WILL use it one day, but when I'm feeling calm :-)

    Happy Friday to you, lovely Penny,

    Stephanie

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  9. Did you seriously just make those this week? They are absolutely gorgeous. I want to make something similar - I've been toying with the idea of making mitts for a while. If I start now they might be ready for autumn... x

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