So, if you recall, I was working on a pair of fingerless mittens to keep the crap, crud and general -stuff- off of my hands while using the wheelchair?
. . . maybe it's because there's no internet. . . :D
Anyway, when I pulled them back out for a picture today, I had missed an end. That was a two-second fix, though.
I really like the pattern. The cable on the back keeps things interesting. They're called Flying Geese Mittens, by Mel Clark (who is very awesome and really sweet about answering questions on Ravelry, by the way!). They're from a book called Knitting Everyday Finery, which I picked up off of Amazon and am totally loving. The book is in print and easily findable on Amazon (and I've seen a few stores stocking it too).
The mittens knit up very quick, (when I'm not ignoring them in favour of other projects!). Only comment is that the small isn't that small. If you have smaller hands, like me, you might want to take out a few more stitches around. For my purposes right now, a touch loose is perfect, because that way they can also go over coat cuffs and such and keep them protected. It's an easy fix, though, and several people have put how to make them a touch smaller in their pattern notes on Ravelry.
I've also signed up for another sock test knit, so there'll be more on that soon!