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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Where Are You, Joanne!?

Joanne,

I tried to email you when I got home to thank you for the gorgeous and comfy hand cozies you gifted to me this week in PA while on my journey!

I must be really bad at reading other people’s hand writing because what I sent bounced back as undeliverable. 

So I’m leaving this note for you here to find ---I LOVE THESE!

I love the color, the softness, and even the ability to keep my thimble on while warming my hands if need be.

I think these yummy hand cozies will be just the ticket this winter!

Thank you so much for your sweetness and your consideration in this lovely gift!

14 comments:

Nanna said...

These are pretty! I've been looking for a pattern for them. Do you think if you find Joanne that she would share the pattern?

Joanne said...

Joanne here - not the one you are looking for - but Joanne nonetheless. Sorry Bonnie; I just coudn't resist. :-)

Kim said...

How divine.....I'm lusting after these:0)

Not Joanne and sadly not a knitter

Happy Sewing

Helen said...

Oooooh, those look fabulously cozy. I used to have a pair (not hand knit, however) and loved them. I'm not a very good knitter. I have made an afghan in a previous life and sometimes knit those dish cloths while I'm watching television with the hubby. That the extent of my ability!!

Enjoy your cozies.

Valerie said...

Kim, if you google "fingerless gloves from socks" you will find tutorials on how to make your own without knitting. Some are made simply by cutting the foot off socks, then cutting a little slit for your thumb, some involve sewing to finish edges. Good luck!

Anita said...

They're beautiful and I have something similar I bought on etsy. I like warm hands in winter, but need my fingers to work. =)

JaneB said...

I need these for work where I am always cold and working on a computer keyboard all day. Reminds me of Bob Cratchet from Scrooge working in his under-heated office.

Misha said...

My SIL got me some upcycled ones...they were sleeves to a cashmere sweater in a former life, and now they're fingerless gloves. So useful when trying to type and it's cold in the room!

Glady said...

I love these gloves too. If Joanne shows up, I hope she will share the pattern. I have not knitted for awhile, but I would pick up the needles and try it again for these gloves.

45th Parallel Quilter said...

There is a great website to find free knitting/crochet patterns at. I've seen these on their website before. The link is https://www.ravelry.com/account/login

45th Parallel Quilter said...

They're beauties ... and VERY practical! A very nice gift.

Scrappy/Cindy said...

Those look perfect for sewing!

gmp said...

They are so pretty. Love the colors in the yarn. You will be able to wear them with so many different colors. I bet they are toasty warm.

quiltmom05 said...

I am interested in getting the pattern too. Hope she posts it.