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January 13, 2008

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Emma

Hmm, how about muves? Glitten sounds like they should be glittery and shiny! They are gorgeous though.

Kelly

wow those are grreaT! He has great mitten/glitten taste :)

Ruth

Those are fantastic!!

kim

I'm always amazed with people who can stranded knit this awesome. Those are just completely cool.

sharon

What a fantastic idea and they came out beautiful at that!

David

Wow, I love the glittens! :)

stacey

Wow - the stranded work just amazing me - I am so needing to learn more about how to do this! Great Glittens!

Oiyi

Love the colorwork.

Tanya

Really gorgeous! I agree about the thumb position...I just made a pair of thrummed mittens with the thumb off the palm and they just aren't that comfortable.

Jessica

Nothing like a happy knitting gift recipient. :) Honestly, they really kind of catch me off guard still because of the separation of the index finger, but it's definitely a cool idea! Great job! :)

Kim

Glittens are just genius! I like the thumb coming off the side better than off the palm too. Just gorgeous!

stacey

those are great! very creative....colorwork is always nice to impress non-knitters!

Jean

Fantastic job! The color work is lovely and all your modifications worked wonderfully. I especially like the reversed wave on the cuff. Nicely done. :)

Stella

Fabulous work. I'll bet you really get the best of both worlds with those!

(And I know what you mean about colorwork projects... I'm itching for another one as we speak.)

Sacha

I saw 'Glittens' and I envision mittens made with shiny, metallic yarn. I've never heard of them. They looks fantastic. :D

Amy

What a fun, funny idea! Great job.

tiennie

Nicely done!

Brenda

Excellent glittens! I really like how that worked out. I'm glad you moved the thumb over to a more physiological position. The traditional placement has always seemed uncomfortable to me.

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