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    Misti Alpaca Lace makes a fine mitten lining. It's silky soft and so light and airy, yet warm around the hand.

    Mary-Heather, StaceyM., yarnbeans, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. chelsea unfun 66 months ago | reply

      that looks amazing - i would want to keep my hands in those all day!

    2. m_soto 66 months ago | reply

      Omg omg omg, I can't wait to knit this. it is so beautiful!

    3. purlewe 66 months ago | reply

      Do you still need a test knitter? I am willing to sacrifice myself!

    4. SarahIvy 66 months ago | reply

      So deliciously cozy.

    5. The Heatherness 66 months ago | reply

      likewise throwing myself upon the test-knitter pile. also, i have an unholy love of squirrels. UNHOLY.

    6. helloyarn 66 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the offers! I have got plenty of testers.

    7. puddaholic 66 months ago | reply

      Can I just say something about the colour. That blue is so lovely. I'm going to scroll back up and look at it some more now!

    8. davidscf 66 months ago | reply

      Looks super cozy. And super sweet.

    9. javajem 66 months ago | reply

      Happy little squirrel! Love.

    10. sao.mai 66 months ago | reply

      this is perfection.

    11. throughtheloops 66 months ago | reply

      As if I didn't already love this mitten. The thought of an amazingly soft blue lining just put me over the edge.

    12. Vivren 66 months ago | reply

      What's the ETA on the pattern...enough time to make a set of these for a Christmas gift?? :)

    13. helloyarn 66 months ago | reply

      It depends on the testers and how quickly you knit. First week of December, maybe?

    14. DebbieBspinner 66 months ago | reply

      Oh! Adorable! Will the pattern be available alone, or only as a kit?

    15. helloyarn 66 months ago | reply

      Oh, gah, no kits, ever again. It'll be a PDF for sale on Ravelry and my site.

    16. DebbieBspinner 66 months ago | reply

      Good! I prefer a PDF so I can sub my own yarns - I like to use handspun. Is it ready yet? Now? How about now?????

    17. helloyarn 66 months ago | reply

      You should email David and ask if he's done testing.

    18. DebbieBspinner 66 months ago | reply

      Aha! So it's HIS fault I'm having to wait! Nagging shall commence...NOW.

    19. davidscf 66 months ago | reply

      I'm a slack tart. Should be done sometime in February ;)

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