I am having fun using up odd skeins of various fibers by knitting into fingerless mitts and wristlets. I found a few skeins of a space dyed lace weight, so I doubled it to knit on size 2 (US) needles. This pair, I think, I will end right below the first row of knuckles and finish off with a scalloped edge (so it’ll will be a woman’s pair). I am thinking of doing the next pair in a sort of net lace (another woman’s pair). Tomorrow I will post a picture of the space dyed lace weight!
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