Archive for March 29th, 2015

I was cruising the internet after removing ice and snow from selective areas of the yard where crocus and daffodils tend to appear and found some interesting knitting pictures I wanted to share.

These hand knit wool socks are from Armenia. They can be found in the Victoria and Albert Museum. From what I have seen in the form of pictures from the museum, it is a place I would love to visit.

Armenia knitted wool socks at Victoria and Albert museum

I found these mitts on Ravelry. No pattern is available. However, a basic fingerless mitt pattern, a good stash of fingering weight yarn in many colors and something similar can be attained.

mosaic mitts

Finally, if weaving in lots of yarn ends is not your idea of fun, make it into a fashion statement instead.

don't weave in ends Source Crux and Crow Vintage.

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