10 June 2009


The new Knitty is up! And my first spin to knit pattern is up with it. :)

Verdigris fingerless mitts come in a short version,

and a long version.

I used twisted stitches, cables and lace. I wanted to make sure I covered everything. ;)

Many thanks to the lovely Olivia Foppiano for her modeling!

I used some lovely merino/tencel fiber (in Gingko) from Tactile, and some gorgeous high twist sock yarn (in Verdant) that can be found here, at the Royale Hare.


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Blogger Eden said...

I found your blog (and tutorials) via this pattern. It's the first time in a long time I've printed a Knitty pattern immediately upon reading it (I think "Fetching" or "Knucks" was the last time). It's gorgeous and I can't wait to CO (and to discover your archives).

11:21 AM  
Blogger Cookie said...


Congratulations, Romi!

1:07 PM  
Blogger Yarnhog said...

Fantastic! I am so blown away by your talent. (And your model is gorgeous!)

1:16 PM  
Blogger Monika said...

Beautiful pattern!

2:25 PM  
Blogger Rudee said...

They're absolutely gorgeous, Romi! I'm amazed all over again by your talent and eye for detail. Thank you for the pattern.

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Chicken Mama said...

Gorgeous! I love the pattern and it looks so amazing in green! Congratulations!

4:45 PM  
Blogger K. Kay said...

They are gorgeous -- I am casting on today in a lovely orange, almost vermillion color. I will post pics on Ravelry as soon as I have some progress! You're amazingly talented!

6:22 PM  
Blogger Sonya said...

Wow, what gorgeous mitts!

9:13 PM  
Blogger Walden said...

Congrats! They are beautiful, I love the stitch patterns.

9:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely! Congrats on the new pattern. Olivia does them proud.

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Maia said...

So pretty! I must figure out what I will spin to knit myself a pair. Thank you!

9:16 AM  
Blogger Laura Sue said...

Are you in the San Francisco area? (I figured that out by the text of the pattern in Knitty and Muir Woods. I should be a detective, huh?) Anyway, I'm going to be there next weekend. Any advice? Must-see? Other than Carolina Homespun, that is!

1:10 PM  
Blogger Andrea said...

Congratulations! There's something about your patterns that always makes me want to knit them. These days I was looking for some elbow lenght fingerless mitts, go figure.
I'm knitting yours right this evening :-)

2:57 PM  

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