I’ve been a bad blogger lately. I’ve been working a ton, and blogging has taken a bit of a back seat. However I’ve been much more consistent about posting photos to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, so you can always follow me there!
I’ve been so busy that I published a new pattern a couple weeks ago and I’m just now finally writing about it! Presenting to you, finally: Two Hands Make A Star
This pattern is the final pattern in the Two Hands series. All of these hand coverings feature different charts, but all the charts are the same size, and thus interchangeable! Want fingerless mitts with a snowflake? Or starts on the mittens? You can do that! Just swap out charts.
Here are the previous patterns in the series:
The original, Two Hands Make A Heart
These are traditional mittens. This pattern was a reject from Knitty. Their loss if you ask me!
Two Hands Make A Snowflake, these are flip top convertible mitts! Perfect for those addicted to their smart phones.
I originally finished the Two Hands Make A Star mitts last winter, but by the time they were photographed it was already March, and I thought “Who wants to knit mitts in March?” So I sat on the pattern until it was seasonally appropriate. I suppose I could have published them in September… Oh well, the wait is finally over!
I also have thought about releasing some other additional charts. Do you have any requests? Let me know!