Fingerless Mitts for My Entire Body

By Ann Shayne
March 23, 2017

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  • Ah…the Pile of Greatness. I am so stealing this phrase…I have piles of greatness scattered everywhere! Thanks, Ann!

  • A ventilated sweater is just what a woman of a certain age needs in central Virginia. What will you wear under it? My fingering solids are dedicated to another Ann Weaver design, the Rothko Sweater…)

  • What a beautiful sweater! Makes me want to drop the 3 sweaters currently on the needle, order yarn, and cast on.

    • Ha ha, same here! Why finish a sweater when I could start another one?

  • I love this!

  • I love the colors and the texture. Another project for my queue!

  • What a great idea for sock yarn. The sweater is lovely and a style which will look great on you, Ann. Can’t wait to see the finished product!

  • Stunning!

  • There’s no denying that it’s fingerless! C’mon Terrywinkle!

  • This is not just a little bit nice!

  • Carpino has been on my favorites list since it first came out. I’ve only not purchased it yet because I’ve got a pattern stash to match my SABLE – a PABLE!

  • Gorgeous. I need to go fav that pattern in ravelry. Thanks!!!

  • A ventilated sweater – now THAT is an idea I haven’t come across before! Yarn from this year’s sweater has also become a scarf – all I need to add is a hat and some mittens for a complete ensemble.

  • The blue in the grey is one of the first things I fell in love with on my mitts.

  • Well done! I used three of the leftovers from my Squad Mitts to make Veera Valimaki’s Color Affection Shawl. Lots of fun! And yes, I was surprised to notice the light blue in the charcoal gray as well.

  • “Four 400-yard skeins of fingering weight yarn is plenty for a pullover.” I’ve never knit a pullover with yarn finer than DK, so I hadn’t thought about this. You are *such* an enaler!