About 5 or 6 posts ago, I wrote about knitting jags. In particular I wrote about going on a mitten knitting jag. I also prophesized that the jag wasn't over because I had a few more mail outs coming from Blueberry Pie Studio's mmMarvelious Mitten club.
Turns out I was right. Here's a pair I finished in the great colourway named Turquoise Frosting I love it so much!! I think this pair may be mine.
Since I knit these very quickly while travelling to Lab City to watch Max play in a soccer tournament, I immediately cast on for another. The great thing about these club mail outs is that the yarn comes all balled up and ready to go. This is great when you are looking for something to knit in a hurry. Since I was going to be spending six hours as a passenger driving to Lab City plus hours watching soccer and then six hours driving back I knew that I had lots of knitting time to prepare for. So I grabbed some blueberry pie studio yarns as I was going through the door.
This colour is called Farmers Market (I think). These will be for one of my lovely stepdaughters.
I wasn't done yet! I cast on for another pair in some handspun that I had recently finished. Remember that Lisa Frank batt that I had spun into a dk weight two ply? Well that yarn knit up into a beautiful fabric. It wasn't nearly as crazy looking as I thought it would be.
I love these so much. I may keep these for myself too. Hey! I live in Labrador. A girl can never have too many mittens. And these are the exact weight and fit that I like my mitts - especially for driving back and forth to work.
And I still wasn't done. This pair is for Cooper. Again the yarn is from Blueberry Pie Studios Marvelous Mitten Club. The colour is called sunny tulips.
So what do you think? I'm getting a good start on winter (which comes very quickly here in Labrador). I think I may be done with the mittens for a little while.