Friday, September 5, 2014

rainbow brite mitts

I was knitting faster than blogging last month, so I've got a bunch of finished projects to show off! Fingerless mittens have become one of my favorite ways to use a treasured skein of sock yarn. Who wants to hide this awesome rainbow goodness under shoes and pants? At first I wasn't totally in love with the light blue "sky" portions of this self-striper, but now I can see that it really helps set off the rainbow and make the rainbow "pop." Totally in love with these ... so comfy and slouchy! Now I have to wait for cooler temps to put them to use!

Pattern: Graffiti on the Metro, a freebie! (link to my Ravelry project page)
Yarn: White Birch Fiber Arts "Nothing Says Screw You Like a Rainbow"
Needles: Size 2.5s
Mods:  Didn’t switch to smaller needles at the gusset. Instead, followed instructions and then decreased three stitches after putting the thumb stitches on waste yarn.


  1. Just another thing to love about the impending cold weather...wearing all the things we make the rest of the year!
    Those look like they were fun to make.

  2. Those are so super cute, I love how the bright rainbow colors contrast with the cloud-like blue.

  3. These are gorgeous! What a fun colorway.

  4. I think the colours have worked out just right. Lovely.

  5. These are so adorable. I love the strips of rainbow that aren't too crazy, but still bright and happy.

  6. I love how sassy those mitts are! That yarn is rock star.