Progress on my transition gloves! Rav link.
I keep being amazed at how quickly these knit up, but I guess knitting on 3s instead of 1s really does make a difference. (The stranding definitely helps too.) I've loosened my gauge up a bit for this second glove, which is good. They'll both still benefit from a blocking, but the first seemed a little overly stretched in places and I think this one is just more even over all.
I'm a little worried about running out of the brown, since the directions called to finish the hand 1 inch BELOW where your knuckles start. This is clearly crazy, and I knit up several inches past my knuckles. It may just mean I have to do the thumbs in teal, and that might be pretty awesome, so I'm not too worried.
Genmaicha Rav link.
I realized I never showed off these quick mitts. They're one of the very first patterns heb and I got as a companion to our yarn membership, and I've been wanting to make a pair for a couple of years. When heb wanted to get rid of this lovely shade of pink (I know, I'm horrified too you guys), I knew just who would appreciate it. These were fun, a quick waffle rib on the wrist and pretty easy cables along the hands. I had to decrease the total number of stitches to account for my loose knitting, which worked out totally fine. However, I forgot to do the same for the thumb, so they ended up being all huge. I did some k2togs to take them in a bit, but that turned out a little weird as well. They're recipient claims she likes 'em though, so I think it worked out ok.