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So cool; when they're off, they look like skeleton hands, with ribs for bones and cables for knuckles!
Cables really set them off. Nice job.
hey, i'm joining in the fun.but you said no word. ;-)
I'm not quite sure how I arrived at your blog, it may have been though tut-tut, however I love all the stuff you write about and I'm definitely gonna try making the baby hat with the green leaves and stem, not that I have any babies to put a hat onto, but one day I might have some grandbabies, all I have at the moment are grandhorses and grandkitties.... I don't suppose you have any neat hat patterns for grandhorses do you?Hmmm, I thought not....
heh.I've edited the original post to say "few words".
Oooh, lovely. I want some of them!
These are so awfully very lovely that I ooh-ed and aah-ed and thought longingly of knitting a pair for myself despite the seasonal difference and the fact that I've been wilting in the heat all day.
I am LOVING that green. Green is my favourite colour, but it has to be the right shade, and those, while I just don't get the whole fingerless glove thing, are the green.
My goodness, so much posting.Do you have another paper due?(am so bogan).
Why, how did you guess?(Two actually).
those are lovely! great color, fun details
Those turned out really nice! Well done!God bless.Terri
i've said it before and I'll say it again (and probably again and again and again): you have SUCH pretty hands. (The wristies are cute too)
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