Emergency Mittens

Poor little man lost his gloves and went to school this am without anything covering his tiny hands so when he got home from school he picked out some yarn and asked me to make him some mittens in time for his morning bus ride. How could I say no??? Of course they are green and they had to be simple nothing fancy for the little man and this is what I came up with. He requested a hat as well so I’ll see what I can do but he does already have one so it’s not as important as the mittens were. Well I need to cast on a hat! 🙂 Happy knitting!

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7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. moonlightfrogger
    Dec 05, 2006 @ 02:58:13

    What a sweet Mom! And how nice to have your knitting so thoroughly appreciated!


  2. kat
    Dec 05, 2006 @ 11:03:42

    how great that you can just make mittens on request liek that…they will always remember that!


  3. brandilion
    Dec 05, 2006 @ 12:46:50

    Wow, lovely on such short notice. What a good mommy! I prolly would have run to walmart on that short notice 🙂


  4. Dipsy D.
    Dec 06, 2006 @ 06:22:16

    Now, that was definitely a speed knit – and oh, these mitts turned out so great, they look every bit as soft and warm and cozy as they have to be to warm your little one’s hands! Great job!


  5. MODD!5JrU4QOlH6
    Jan 06, 2007 @ 10:50:54

    The Elitist Superstructure approves of these and finds them to be tasteful


  6. Sachiko
    Jan 06, 2007 @ 21:10:27

    I second that…the Elitist Superstructure also finds these to be beautiful mittens


  7. ⊂二二二( ^ω^)二二二⊃
    Mar 25, 2007 @ 05:55:38

    ( ゚ ヮ゚) I like mittens!


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