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Another pattern / Un altro schema

Hello everyone! Thanks a lot for your appreciation of my new neckwarmer, I'm so glad you liked it! I published its FREE pattern on Ravelry if you're interested (both in English and Italian translation), in case you decided to try it out please tell me what you think, and if you're a Ravelry user I'd be glad if you'd rate it, too! : )

Since we've still got a few cold weeks ahead I thought I'd share with you another pattern, for a project I made while most of you were not my readers yet, a pair of fingerless gloves with mitts for my boyfriend (here's the link to the original post). 
This one's on Ravelry too (click here), with the others I've already told you about; it's a pretty quick project, worked with a 5.5 mm hook (US I) and worsted yarn, so there's still plenty of time left to hook and wear them!

Ciao a tutte! Per cominciare grazie davvero per i vostri commenti sul mio nuovo scaldacollo, sono contenta che vi sia piaciuto! Ho pubblicato lo schema per realizzarlo su Ravelry, è GRATUITO ed è disponibile anche in italiano, se decidete di provarlo fatemi sapere cosa ne pensate, e se siete iscritte a Ravelry sarei felice se voleste valutarlo! : )

Siccome ci restano ancora un po' di settimane fredde ho pensato di condividere con voi un altro schema, di un progetto che ho realizzato quando la maggior parte di voi ancora non mi leggeva, un paio di guanti senza dita con muffole richiudibili per il mio fidanzato (qui il link post originale). Anche questo è su Ravelry (clickare qui), insieme agli altri di cui vi ho già parlato. Si tratta di un progetto piuttosto rapido, da lavorare con uncinetto da 5.5 mm e lana worsted, quindi c'è ancora tutto il tempo per farli e indossarli!


I wish you all a nice weekend, and happy hooking and knitting, of course! ; )

Vi auguro un sereno weekend, e buon uncinetto e sferruzzamento, naturalmente! ; )

Comments

  1. Super!! Well done, my friend. Those mittens are very versatile and the pretty yarn is perfect for men:-)
    Happy weekend! Nata xxx

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  2. They are beautiful and still needed !!!
    Have a great week !
    Anna

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  3. I love these. I will have to give them a go,as I know my partner, would love them too !
    Jacqui xx

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  4. Ciaooo devo specializzarmi un po con Ravelry e poi vengo a trovarti anche li...ma che belli i guanti ad uncinetto!!Brava brava!!!buona settimana!!

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  5. belli , ancora utili, chissà che una sera di queste non riesca a iniziarli perchè sarebbero utili, ma con il mio cervello ancora in modalità bradipo li potrei finire per il prox inverno!
    Annamaria

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  6. gorgeous! Thanks for sharing :) My man is a complete freak and only wears scarfs/gloves/hats when it's icy and snowing so I will queue these up for next year - I think he'd really like them!! xx

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  7. Thnaks for sharing your patterns, that's very nice !!!! I wish you a very creative and lovely day ...

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