And then there were two.

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I thought it best that I move straight onto the second of my Beira Fingerless Gloves without a gap in proceedings in the fear that one would never become two.

And what would you know? In a little over a week I polished off the second one.

Ta dah!

I had hoped to beat the daffodils with this pair. Well I didn’t but the daffs are still in flower and it is still very cold.

I had been hoping to paint my nails for the close up shot. Mollie of MollieandClaire always has beautifully painted nails in her images. Mine never last beyond half a day!

These were the Beira Fingerless Gloves by Liz Corke I found on Ravelry. It is a faultless pattern that even a cabling novice can work though (eventually). The yarn I picked up at Yarndale last year. It is from Triskelion Yarn and Fibre; The Rhodri Sock Yarn. I couldn’t find this particular one on their website when I looked but there are so many with this slightly variegated home dyed look. Soft and warm; it would make a great pair of socks.

I’m off now to do some crochet. I have missed my hook recently.

Love, Lucie x

24 comments

  1. They look lovely. since I made my fingerless gloves I have become very fond of them as an alterntive to gloves when it is not too cold. It’s got a lot colder round here lately even though the daffodils are out!

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  2. They’ve turned out beautifully! I can’t decide if they’re grey or blue as they look different in different lighting conditions. Are you going to Yarndale again this year?

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  3. Niiiiice gloves! My top tip for nice nails is CND VInylux 7 day wear. Even I who am very hard wearing on my nails can keep it on for 5 days without chipping! Mollie’s nails are normally covered in mud nail varnish 🙂

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