My mother made these mittens for me in 1984.
The seam on the right suggests that they were done on two rather than four needles.
Here we are in 1973 (my sister on the right).
Requiescat in pacem, Muriel Moss, 1929-2006.
|T, left, models yarmulke made from self-patterning Fair Isle sock yarn; H, right, models yarmulke of silk/cotton blend DK yarn.|
|The white expanse between the horizontal lines of trees is the solidly-frozen and snow-covered Wood River. It has recently become a conduit for a small herd of deer. They march around eating shrubbery that ordinarily would be overhanging the water.|
|Design by Lars Rains|
|Design by Anna Davis|
|Here Ann kindly winds the Jaggerspun fingering into two cupcakes for me|