A quick gift for friends with chilly hands.

My friend Penny is on her O.E. in Scotland, experiencing the coldest winter of her life.

A little freezer paper, some scraps of black merino, and an hour.

The great thing about merino knit is you can get away with just using a zig-zag stitch, and not finishing the raw edges!

Because you are craft bloggers too I know you can appreciate how hard it is to take a photo of both your hands. Yes, that is the top of the t.v.

Hopefully these will keep Penny’s hands snuggly warm through the winter.


4 Responses to “A quick gift for friends with chilly hands.”

  1. 1 caireen December 4, 2008 at 6:16 am

    those are amazing! I want some! will look out for your friend, now she will be easy to distinguish! nice to catch up with your blog (my computer died, and then I got too busy to find out all my links) Hope you are well, love Cx

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