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Morstan again February 14, 2011

Posted by Fiona in Craftiness, Knitting, Look what I did, Lovely people, Patterns.
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First of all, happy V-day everyone, and I hope you are all good-naturedly but mutinously muttering under your breath in the same way as I am about how it’s all commercialised and you don’t believe in it anyway.  His nibs has come up to stay with me til Friday, so if it’s all a bit quiet on the Western Front over here, that’d be why.

Anyway, it’s also February, and that means that new Knitcircus is out.  I highly recommend going and having a look at it.  It also means, though, that I’ve been able to release my Morstan mittens pattern through Ravelry and this blog.

We went out and took lots of photos outside the cathedral today, even though it was absolutely freezing out – thanks to his nibs for taking all the photos, and to my lovely model Alice for being so obliging.  Also thanks to Sarah, Hayleigh, and Fearn for their general loitering and encouragement – it’s always far more fun to be doing silly things in a public place when there are more of you.

Lacy mittens still make me happy, and I think that shall be so for quite some time.

You can get the pattern now for £2.50 and frankly, if the weather where you are is anything like the weather where I am right now, I think that’s a rather good idea.

Meanwhile, the lace advances…

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1. Lucy - February 14, 2011

Yay! I even pointed a sewing blogger in the direction of these mittens on Ravelry a few days ago!

J bought me a V-day card several days early, being very sweet and the rest of it. It was only when he came to write in it this morning that he realised that it had ‘Get well soon’ integrated into its (rather pretty) design. He was absolutely mortified, but I pointed out that he was still doing better than me on having got a card at all. We both belong to the ‘Bah, humbag’ camp of Valentines anyway.

2. Jenny - February 17, 2011

Wait so there’s a fingerless pattern AND one to cover your fingers? I have some spare yarn. This may have to be done :). Xx


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