Sunday, 25 March 2012

The pattern for the mittens I have been knitting with the skein of Marfil Yarns Sock that Mar sent me is ready.

The mittens are knitted in the round using double pointed needles, for the hooded version stitches are picked up along the inner side of the mitten to make some ribbing for the fingers. When the hood is off, fold the ribbed portion at it’s bottom to keep it in place.
The pattern contains directions to make 3 versions: mittens, convertible mittens and fingerless gloves. The cable pattern is given as a chart.
You’ll also need:
  • darning needle
  • stitch holders
  • cable needle
  • stitch marker

The files are available in english and spanish, and they are hosted in Ravelry because it's the easiest way. The pattern is free.
You can buy the yarn I used in Tejo lo que hilo.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Peeled magrana

Without the shell

Knitted with marfil yarns sock from tejo lo que hilo.

One skein has been enough to make the convertible mittens and these fingerless gloves.

Saturday, 17 March 2012

Hard desicions

Should I continue knitting, hoping against hope that it will fit? Or should I face the hard truth and unravel it?

(sorry for the bad picture)
Pattern is swirled pentagon pullover by Norah Gaughan.

Monday, 5 March 2012


Now that the weather is getting better I have finished these cozy hooded mittens

The yarn is Marfil yarns sock, hand dyed by Mar in lovely shades of red that as always I've failed to photograph properly.

It's spanish superwash merino, lovely to handle and work with, and besides it has a gorgeous rustic feel to it.

The pattern will be available soon, but it still needs some tweaks.