Snow, Bread, Milk and Gloves

Well, here at Weavers Cottage, the snow has begun to fall.  In true British fashion, I have to confess, the urge to go out and unnecessarily buy bread and milk is quite strong!

The cold, snowy weather has made me think of warm, woollen accessories.  I have three balls of wool I got at a discount a few days ago that I couldn’t think what to do with.  The cogs began whirring as the first flakes of snow fell, and I have come up with a new design for fingerless gloves!

I began swatching gauges and measuring my wrist and before long came up with the idea of a set of crochet entrelac gloves.  I began crocheting straight away and here is a blurry snap of my progress….



I hope to have a pattern drafted by the end of this weekend.  I’m really enjoying the entrelac pattern, it’s not as tricky as it looks when you get going.


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  1. Sue Reply →

    Oh they look so lovely, perfect for this weather. We are still waiting for the snow to fall down in the soft south, but I have been wearing my hat indoors today as it's so blinking cold! ♥

  2. Veronica Reply →

    I can beat that, Sue – I wore my coat indoors yesterday! I'm looking forward to seeing the completed entrelac gloves. I've got quite a few odd balls of wool, plus odds 'n ends. It's would be very gratifying to find a use for them.

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