Favorites of 2015: a yarn lover’s pick of the year

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After receiving a sizeable stash of sock yarn for my birthday this year (best birthday EVER!), I’ve been eyeing all the projects in Sock-Yarn Accessories.

First project on my list: the Rockport Fingerless Gloves.
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Rockport Fingerless Gloves

They’re light and lacy and look good with just about any outfit. They’re like knitted jewelry—pretty bracelets that keep you warm!

Once the weather gets colder, I’ll have to whip up a pair of Run Around Mittens. These mittens are super-cute and not at all bulky, so they’re perfect for a quick snowball fight (yes, we really do get the occasional dusting of snow in Seattle!).
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Run Around Mittens

Then it’s on to making ALL the scarves!
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See all 20 projects in Sock-Yarn Accessories >

What accessory do you knit or crochet most: gloves, mittens, hats, scarves? Tell us in the comments!


5 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I love hats and scarves. So soft yarn.

    —Arliene Zeigler on December 30, 2015
  • I mainly crochet (I can’t knit to save my life) hats and scarves but am going to tackle mitts and maybe gloves.

    —Tina on December 30, 2015
  • I make mostly scarves and some afghans. I’m thinking of joining the knit shop in our city to learn to do more.

    —Eileen on December 30, 2015
  • Having lived in Seattle and the surrounding area, you get MORE than a dusting of snow. It can be downright heavy, and when those times happen, Seattle SLITHERS to a halt! Trust me, I’ve seen it. Best place to be is home with the knitting needles, crochet hook, or sewing machine — making something indulgent. And hope the power doesn’t go out.

    —Whiskers on December 30, 2015
  • I am the one that does HATS! . Hats for the soldiers! Hats for Newborns in Need! Hats for just about anyone who asks.

    —Shirley on January 8, 2016

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