Monday, March 8, 2010

A bunch of felted mittens

These mittens have been done for a while, I just haven't bloged them yet ;) I've been going through my wip's lately, and have some that are done. I'm just waiting for better weather to take pictures. It's snowing and windy today, so there won't be a photoshot today... I've also frogged a couple of projects - better than getting resentfull each time I see them in my basket.


These are mine :)
Pattern: Nr 179-30 Tovete votter by Bjørg Bertelsen.
Yarn: 100 g Heilo and 30 G Popcorn, both from Dalegarn.
Needles: 4,5 mm.


These are Endre's :)
Pattern: From the book Krymp.
Yarn: Leftovers of finull and pt2. The rib is knitted in superwash so it won't felt.
Needles: 3,5 and 6 mm.


Purple - has to be Eirin's ;)
Pattern: Same as the blue.
Yarn: Hifa 2 ullgarn and Mor Aase superwash.
Needles: 3,5 and 6 mm.


These are Erlend's.
Pattern: Same as my red.
Yarn: The homespun yarn I got in a swap a while ago.
Needles: 4 mm.


I've also knited Endre a pair of woolsocks. I needed something mindless to knit on while I watched tv this weekend ;) I didn't manage to take a picture before he used them, so they look a bit sloppy ;)
Pattern: 48 st, k2, p2.
Yarn: 32 g Jamieson & Smith 2 Ply Jumper Weight.
Needles: 2,75 mm.
These are my 24th pair since I joined the 52ppiii. And with just 12 weeks left, I don't think I'll manage to knit up 28 more pairs... Ad I'm not going to try to do it either!


We went skiing yesterday. And as you can see Endre had a great time.

View towards rossfjord

Snow fantasy snimal

The snow was a bit wet, so we managed to make some snow sculptures too :) I'm not sure what this is - a reindeer, a moose or a horse with antlers *lol* Anyway, we had a great time for hours outdoors yesterday, and you can read and see more pictures here.

Yelly beans in easter colours :)

And the easter coloured yellybeans I got last week was yummy :)


  1. Great work! Your mittens are wonderful!

  2. Lovely mittens! I love the snow sculpture. I vote that it is a reindeer. Or a horse with antlers :o)

  3. Beautiful mittens. If they don't keep your hands warm, nothing will.

  4. Your mittens look great! Felted mittens are the best for keeping little fingers warm! I love the little pompoms on the red pair- so cute!

  5. Love your felted mittens, especially the pair with pompoms and the one with stripes. I've never attempted to knit mittens, but maybe this year I will.

    The skiing looks fantastic!

  6. The mittens are adorable! And I love your snowmoose. I'll have to make one of my own next winter ^_^

  7. Great knits! Looks like you've been having some fun, too!

  8. Looks like you will need them in that snow ~ it's beautiful. x

  9. Nice mittens. I like how the top one looks like it has chocolate chips all over it. yummy.


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