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Going Batty Treat Bag

Going Batty Treat Bag

Trick or treat…Treat, most definitely! This fun bag is a great eleventh hour project—quick and fun to knit. It is worked seamlessly, from the bottom up in bulky wool and it just flew off the needles. I designed t as a last minute replacement for my son’s traditional, but tired trick or treat bag. For more information about this bag my original blog post about it can be found here.

Happy knitting and happy treating!

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Peggotty's Ruffle Mitts

These mitts have become my go-to gloves. They are comfy, cozy, easy to wear and made with a bit of ruffly goodness thrown in for fun. To top it all off, they are a quick and easy knit (which is a really excellent thing because, if your house is like mine, your daughter will run off with yours as soon as they are off the needles).

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Library + hibernate = libernate. These easy to wear and easy to knit mitts are completely reversible. Made in a mock cable stitch {formed without the use of a cable needle}, they sport cables on side and ribbing on the other. These mitts are very stretchy and can accommodate a range of sizes. Make yours as you like them, snug or roomy.

© Alison Stewart-Guinee.