Commuter Knitting

Most of my knitting these days is done on the commuter rail between Providence and Boston. (Occasionally I sneak some in during long lectures because I’m one of those people who can’t sit still and pay attention to something at the same time.) Back in September, I knit these little mitts out of a skein of Noro Kureyon that Cirilia gave to me when she moved away. It’s really nice to knit with yarn from a friend. It’s a tiny detail that makes the project much more personal.

These are from a pattern, the Camp Out Fingerless Mitts, available for free on Ravelry. I didn’t make any serious mods, but I did knit mine a little smaller than directed. Skinny wrists and skinny hands over here. I like a snug mitt.  These are really well-suited to Noro’s color changes, and they knit up in no time at all.

Oh, and happy Halloween, from the bottom of my heart and inside of my brain.

Now back to subject analysis homework…

 

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