Recognize these moments that I will look back on one day and miss dearly.
Breathe them in today.
Don’t rush them.
Sometimes when I pause to savor a moment, the hardest thing to do is not trip over the sadness of knowing it will not last.
I vow to enjoy them while they last.
On the creative front…these side-way-garter, jazz/swing-knitting gloves knit up quickly and require very little finishing.
I avoided grafting the sides of each finger together, simply by doing the 3-needle bind-off method.
They fit nicely and are not bulky to wear!
Since I like mine to fit snugly, I would use smaller needles and cast on more stitches to start the horizontal piece.
They’re perfect all-year-round “walking–the-dog” or “tail-gating” gloves.
It is in Zitron Trekking XXL (Green Hues and Purple Heather) and Zitron Trekking Undyed.
Super fabulous light-fingering yarn to work with, nice squishy fabric.
Wish I see it worn…
My approach to fiber art honors the connection I feel between my mind, body, and spirit. These aspects are inseparable and must all be activated in order to support the creative flow. This type of short-row, color knitting is my happy, favorite projects. It brings me joy and makes my soul feel alive. What’s yours?
Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!
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