Thursday, October 15, 2009


Hello everyone,

I haven't made anything for Afghans for Afghans in quite some time. For this Youth Campaign, the timing was perfect--I had just finished a Clapotis for which I'd bought 8 skeins of Noro Silk Garden. I had a 1.5 skeins left and just happened to get the email about the campaign right before I finished the shawl.

So, these mittens became my next project, and I finished them in 3 nights. The Noro will be nice and warm and they fit pretty well on my 14-year-old son. The colors are vibrant and interesting. I will now continue to knit for Afghans for Afghans--on this, the coldest night of the year so far on the East Coast, it feels good to be contributing something warm for a child who has so little.

Deb in NJ
(Ravelry: JerseyShoreDeb, and Blog: I'd Rather Be Knitting at the Beach)


GenKnit said...
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Irishrose51 said...

How warm and cozy they look! And I like the colors of the yarn.


muchoyarn said...


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