Monday, December 29, 2008

bella's mittens - updated pattern!

bella's mittens

bella's mittens

bella's mittens

with help from my mom, i finally had the opportunity to take some decent photos of bella's mittens. i've also fixed a couple of typos in the original pattern. you can download the new version here.

252 comments:

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Maguro said...

@california lucky: I used wool-ease chunky and it's the perfect weight. Couldn't find the same grey but they look (and feel) great in charcoal!

indra said...

Simply, admirable what you have done here. It is pleasing to look you express from the heart and your clarity on this significant content can be easily looked.

Tas Batik Murah said...

Nice patterns..

Hearts and Flowers said...

I'm sorry, but I can't find the actual pattern on this website.

What am I doing wrong?

borelist said...

Simply, admirable what you have done here. It is pleasing to look you express from the heart and your clarity on this significant content can be easily looked.

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Debbie Evans said...

I have a granddaughter who is twilight mad. so will dig out yarn from my stash and get these knitted for her for Christmas. Thank you for posting the pattern its so kind of you.

kamagra said...

Really only a deep thinker like you could come out with such wonderful ideas. Great analysis and in-depth thinking. The accuracy and detailed explanation is something which differentiates your piece of work from others.

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nice gloves, you mistress of all trades:)

bisnis internet said...

Thank

Anonymous said...

Those are lovely!! Is it just me or the photos are arranged to look like from "Twilight"? :)

Tina from cheap flowers and flower shop

Jennifer said...

What is the weight of the yarn used for purposes of substitution? I am a relatively new knitter and cannot figure these things out on my own yet- thank you!!

Colorado Spring said...

simple! but its cool and amazing....

careprost said...

Great
loved it, will be waiting for your future posts

Warnock said...

I was looking for a post on growing tomato's from seed. This site came up in the results but it was not quite the idea I had in mind. Worth a read though.

Annette said...

those mittens look warm and snuggly - the problem is always when it starts to snow though - knit objects arent waterproof!

Greta said...

Cool Pics. Really like that Blog! I want gloves like on the picture they look warm and cozy :)

Ann H. said...

Love, love, love these! What a great pattern! Thank you so much.
Ann

Knitcrazy said...

Can the mittens be done in worsted ???

Nicolas said...

Really nice pictures, and excellent blog!!

Congratss

Corporate Logo Design said...

I was going to make my own pattern, but I saw yours and it is really close to the ones in the movie. They are perfect.

Lizzie said...

I adore these. This was THE pattern that finally made me expand my knitting techniques. Thank you so much. I linked it on my blog too. http://www.aworkinprogress.net/2011/10/shhhhh.html

Christel Trulson said...

First, beautiful mittens, I have never done the magic circle method of knitting, off to You Tube I go to find out how to do it. Second, there are TONS! of off posts comments here, commerical ones, you really should go through and delete them and have some way for you to moderate them before they are posted. I have a blog, gotten away from posting for the summer, but I have had that problem also. Love these mittens in any case and I have a couple of Twilight friends who want me to make these now!! Thanks for the work!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, I can't open the file or page with the knitting pattern, is there anything wrong with it or is my computer that's acting up? - awesome mittens, btw, loved them since I first saw them!

Anonymous said...

Hey, since I can't open the file, I was wondering if you could send to me via e-mail? - really cute mittens, would love to make multiples in different colours!

- e-mail: tudseborg_ann@hotmail.com

Ms. Crooker said...

Thank you for the pattern! This is motivationt to get my 'other' work done today, so I can start knitting these mittens!

Anonymous said...

Hi there! I think that these mittens are fantastic! However, the link to download the pattern will not open for me. It opens to a blank page. Would you please e-mail me the pattern? I would love to make these for my mom for Christmas! E-mail is Racegirl2452@yahoo.com Thanks!!

MNknitter said...

I am unable to download the pattern and am desperately trying to make these for a special Twilight fan before Christmas. Could you possibly email it to me?

Anonymous said...

i'm also having problems downloading the pattern. i'd love to make them! could you send me a quick email with the pattern? thanks!

lauren.n.saunders@gmail.com

Olivia said...

i cant access the pattern PLEASE help

Anonymous said...

I love these mittens and want to try making them. However, I have never used the magic loop method. I have researched it and I am having a difficult time finding instructions on the magic loop method for left handed knitters (I am left handed). Do you have an alternate way of knitting these vs. using the magic loop method??

Caratunk Girl said...

I am unable to download the pattern...please help! I want to make these! Thanks!

twirlietracy said...

Hi!

how do I download your pattern?!
many thanks!

♥Cari♥ said...

The pattern link doesn't work :(

MusicChick said...

for some reason, i can't get the link to open.....it takes me to a blank page. Help! (-: I really want to make some of your gorgeous mittens!!

Berita Terkini said...

Awesome!!I very love them.

PSD to WordPress said...

This is so cute! I can’t wait to try it out.Thanks for sharing this inspirstional post.

Jeannine said...

Hey! I don't seem to be able to download the pattern. I'm wondering if you moved it or if there's something going on on my end... I'd love to make these

Anonymous said...

I love these mittens! I cannot find the pattern to make them, are you still posting it? Love to hear from you. mapayoakum@aol.com

Lolita said...

Hi,dear.I'm having trouble downloading the pattern. Would you be able to email it to me at lolitayanchuk@yahoo.com? Thank you so much! They look fantastic!

Anonymous said...

Going to add you to my google reader, awsome stuff. Keep it up and u have a loyal reader.

Anonymous said...

exceptional post! I hate commenting and i dont usually do it but since i enjoyed this, what the heck! Thanks alot!:)

Anonymous said...

A loyal fan is born. well which is what i really feel after reading your post.

Anonymous said...

Made my day once again, wonderful post..two thumbs up!:)

Unknown said...

Thank you so much!!!
I have searched for these gloves in all the web and I just found here.
You saved my life ...
=)

Unknown said...

i like this pattern over there.
these collection are too good to see.

Unknown said...

very nice collection for winter season.
i must these are truly good.

Anonymous said...

I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to split the stitches up on each needle using the magic loop method and how to follow the arm length pattern if you are splitting the stitches

pastelita said...

alguien tendrá este patrón en español plisss están bellisimos :)

tGadget said...

Thank you SO much for posting this awesome pattern for free! I just finished my first pair this weekend and I can't wait for it to get cold again so I can show them off!

Elizabeth J. said...

I'd like to make these for my mom but I don't think she would like them to go that far up the arm. Is there a row that would be a good starting point that's just below the wrist bones? They're gorgeous! Thanks!!

Clairette said...

Thank you so very much for this pattern, I found it on ravelry, it is really pretty!

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