Ten on Tuesday ~ Ten Mittens

I’m taking a little break today from Portulaca to think about mittens, ten mittens.  The topic for TEN ON TUESDAY is timely as my numb fingers on my morning dog walk were reminding me that it is time to get busy and knit something for them.  Carole asked us to write about ten mittens we would like to knit so this morning I started with my Ravelry Favorites list and then combed through some books I have and some patterns I have purchased to compile my list.

1.   Fetching Fingerless Mittens by Cheryl Niamath

2.  Peerie Flooers Mittens by Kate Davies

3.  Selbuvotter NHM#10 by Terri Shea

4. Genmaicha by Kirsten Kapur

5. Ailbe by Kristi Gerarci

6.  Tulip Mittens by Mary Ann Stephens

7.  Reading Mitts

8. Palouse by Marjorie Walter

9. Quinaults by Marjorie Walter

10.  Endpaper Mitts by Eunny Jang

I’m glad I took time to participate this Tuesday with all the other ladies over on Carole’s blog thinking about mittens.  It was great to go through my Ravelry queue and revisit these lovely mittens which have inspired me all over again.  I guess I better get busy and cast on a pair today.

7 Comments on “Ten on Tuesday ~ Ten Mittens

  1. Is there a limit to the number of Favorites one can have in Ravelry? I feel as though I’ll be seriously testing the limits by the time I get through all of this week’s ToT posts!! Beautiful choices!

  2. I’m glad you took the time to participate in this week’s Ten on Tuesday, too! This list of mittens/mitts has left me so inspired. The Peerie Flooers are amazing. Thanks for putting this list together!

  3. Great selection of mittens. Coincidentally, I am also knitting a pair of mittens and trying to put in a knitted lining. Hope it works.

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