Monday, April 6, 2009

Marie Antoinette Fingerless Mitts

I made these while watching Little Dorrit last night. (which in my opinion, keeps getting better and better!) They made me think of Marie Antoinette's Pink and Yellow gown.
They're now in the SHOP! :)


  1. Ooh! Those are lovely! I love the pink and yellow combo...

    And isn't "Little Dorrit" fabulous? My sister and I watched the first episode online but we able to catch part 2 on tv last night. I am enjoying it so much. :)

  2. I'm enjoying it so much as well! I am feeling a bit impatient though...I want to just pop the next dvd in...not wait 3 weeks for the ending. haha But it is fun to have to wait. Gives me something to look forard to every week! :)

  3. Oh they are soo beautiful!!

    I tried watching Little Dorrit yesterday on my computer and it wouldn't load!! I had gotten like 20 minutes into it and then it just stopped. I WAS SAD!!!

  4. these are so pretty! you are very talented. once upon a time i tried to teach myself knit. *sigh* it did not turn out well...

  5. Leah: Nooo! That's so sad! I hope it will work for you at some point! It's so good. Although every episode keeps leaving you hanging. Might be better to waitand watch the whole thing at once on dvd...that will be nice! :)

    Chrissy: haha, I'm not very good at knitting either! And I think it's so hard to teach one's self. I've been very blessed to have an amazing teacher!



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