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February 22, 2021
Bernie’s Mittens from Monas Creativity

 Pattern: Bernie mittens by Maries ideer/Sandnes garn.
Scrap yarn: one thread of Rauma Finull and one thread of Smart/Per Gynt/diverse.
Needles:5 mm
Very good, thick mittens, but small in size.

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January 6, 2020
Sock Knitting from Pippas Patch

If you don't follow me on Instagram or Facebook you might not know what my greatest crafting achievement of 2019 was. I learnt how to knit socks !!!! I've always wanted to be able to knit socks, never been really bothered about knitting anything else but have always been jealous of my friends that have knitted socks, one even sent me a pair which I love to wear, especially when I'm wearing pink. Back in February a knitting guru was very patient with me and I have become addicted to sock knitting.

In 2019 I managed 17 pairs ...

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November 6, 2019
Rutevotter from Monas Creativity

Two new mittens are off the needles, "Rutevotter", men and womens versions.
Yarn: Fjord from Hillesvåg
Pattern in the book "Inspirerende norske strikkemønstre"
The mittens will be a prize in a christmas lottery.

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October 31, 2019
Going a Little Mitten Crazy With a New Pattern! from Telling Stories Through the Needle's Eye

Shorter nights and cooler temperatures are sure signs that winter is just around the corner and winter coats, boots, and mittens are being dusted off in anticipation. Long winters can make me a little crazy, and I (Kara) would rather stitch mittens than wear them. For my upcoming USO class, I decided to create a mitten ornament with a few crazy quilt stitches as embellishment. Then I thought if one mitten was great, why not five, and a new pattern was born! I like having decorations that can stay up after Christmas is over, so this little panel can brighten ...

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August 12, 2017
Four FOs and Two WIPs from Sew Simple Life

I have been knitting every chance I get, which isn't often since I have four kids and work full time. I am very excited about my first finish, which is the Reyna Shawl I was working on (free pattern on Ravelry here). This was my first shawl, and it's a Christmas gift, which I am very happy that I have finished on time. The yarn is Cloudborn Superwash Merino. I love it, its soooo super soft.

Next I started and finished not one but TWO winter hats for my kids. I bought the pattern on Craftsy here, after ...

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