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Friday, December 27, 2013

Knitting Needles Friday

This will be the
Friday knitting post for

It has been a productive year
of knitting and I have
learned A LOT!
it has been a lot of fun!

This week I finished another pair of

These are for me!!

What I am most excited about this week
this little thing
my husband put in my stocking!
This is soooo cool!!

It's called the Knit Kit....
Can you see the stitch counter on the top,
the tape measure from the bottom,
(the white button retracts the tape measure)
the crochet hook coming from the side,
and there is a thread cutter hidden
under the tape measure??!!


Inside the back are
a tapestry needle,
and the little thingies to put on the end of the needles.


A tool to measure the size of knitting needles.

All in a little compact case!
How cool is that??

Visit Judy at Patchwork Times to see what others
are knitting.

Have a great Friday!



Maggie said...

Love the pooling on your mitts!

Beth said...

Love the mitts. And the knit kit is awesome. I love compact little gadgets that multi-task.

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Perfect stocking stuffer! Here's to knitting in 2014! Cheers! Evelyn

Judy D in AZ said...

What a thoughtful knit gift from your hubby. I'll have to check one of those out for myself.

What happy lolling gloves. I have been interested in the glove pattern you made for a while and I'm about ready to make a pair. I have made my niece a hat and cowl and I think there is enough yarn left for the gloves. I notice the pattern calls for DK yarn. Is that what you used or did you use sock yarn?

withajoyfulheart said...

Hello! This is my first link up to On the Needles :-) Love your mitts and the gift from your hubby. That will really come in handy! Looking forward to knitting with you in 2014!

straythreads said...

love the yarn in the reading mitts and what a cool tool

Dar said...

Your reading mitts really came out looking great. Love the pooling effect on them. You sure have a smart hubby. Where on earth did he find such a cute tool for your knitting bag? That is too perfect. Thanks for sharing.