9.05.2012

Mica Mitts: September's Adorn Anew Pattern! (w/ Giveaway!)

Mica Mitts
Introducing Mica Mitts... Adorn Anew's September pattern.
Mica Mitts
It’s time for a pair of fabulous fingerless gloves, don’t you think?  These mitts are meant to be worked with a soft and luxurious yarn. I used Shalimar Yarns new base Homage in Columbine and it was perfect for this project!  Mica Mitts are worked in a twisted rib stitch with a beaded feather and fan center panel and a decorative thumb gusset.  The pattern includes instructions and a video for placing beads onto stitches, no pre-stringing with this design.  I originally swatched the idea for a beaded feather and fan stitch earlier this spring when I was filming my Craftsy Knitting with Beads class... I swore (on camera, I believe) that I would incorporate it into a pattern soon!
Mica Mitts
The Mica Mitt pattern is available both individually and as part of Adorn Anew... you choose.  I'm having such a fun time with this project, it's wonderful to be exploring new techniques and beaded stitches with you all!
Mica Mitts
Anyone want to win the same yarn and beads I used to make these for yourself? I've got yarn left from my skein that I'd LOVE to share! Just leave a comment by Tuesday September 11th letting me know which pattern in Adorn Anew you are enjoying the most... I can't wait to hear what you are loving!

287 comments:

  1. My favorite is the Mica Mitts so I would love to win a kit for this pattern.

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  2. Well Laura - I made the Mudra necklace and cuff for my sister for her birthday and she loves them! So, I was going to say those were my favourites, however, I think these fingerless mitts might have become a favourite too. They are gorgeous! Thanks for the opportunity to win yarn and pattern.

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  3. I LOVE this pattern ... these mtits will go on my needles this afternoon. Thank You for such inspiring and creative choices.

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  4. Those are very pretty. I just may make a pair. I use fingerless when I am playing guitar. Are the beads just on the back of the hands? Love them.

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  5. These mitts are beautiful! I'm so excited to make them for my sister, she named her son Micah so she definately gets the first pair!!

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  6. The Mudra cuffs are my faves so far (3 together), but I'd love to win this yarn and see if these mitts can take over the championship position!

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  7. The Mudra cuffs are my faves so far (3 together), but I'd love to win this yarn and see if these mitts can take over the championship position!

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  8. Definitely the Mica Mitts! My daughter would just flip over these as a Christmas gift from me to her. The are just another example of your beautiful work and I'd just love to be able to knit them up. I love all of your work so this was a tough choice but in the end it was these all the way!!!
    tamayaya aka Tammy M.

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  9. I also love the Mudra cuffs, but these mitts are lovely, as are all your designs!

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  10. Ooooh! Perfect timing! I want to start on some gloves for BFF Christmas presents, but want to knit in beads. Love this pattern and can't wait to start on it!

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  11. These are lovely, Laura. I admit (and don't shoot me) that I am not a huge jewellery person, but I love fingerless mitts. As a primary school teacher in the UK I wear them all winter when on playground duty. It keeps my hands warm while still allowing me to peel thirty oranges/bananas, do up coats, patch up scrapes and apply ice packs...

    I may even learn how to bead in order to make these. Thanks for your hard work. I envy you your job.

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  12. Love this pattern - I just finished another pair of fingerless gloves and am thinking everyone I know needs their own pair for Christmas!

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  13. So much beauty; so hard to choose...... Okay the mitts win - now I hope I do too :-)
    Love your designs!

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  14. I am making my first project the mystery KAL Trapeze. I've admired some other designs from afar but the KAL came at just the right time and I'm having such fun. Now I am going to have to make these mitts. I planned to knit a pair this fall and thought I had a plan but that has now changed. Love the pattern and the color. I would love to knit this lovely pattern in this gorgeous color. Thanks and celebrating.

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  15. The Mudra cuff is my favorite so far, however these mitts are beautiful - have never done gloves but will need to give these a try! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  16. These mitts are beautiful - I think my favorite so far though is the Mudra cuff. I've made two and have plans for more!

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  17. I'm loving the Mudra Cuff too, looks so distinctive

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  18. I love these Mica Mitts! Both my sisters would love to have a pair - and so would I!

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  19. I love feather and fan, and mitts and I have a sister who would totally rock these! This pattern is definitely going on my Christmas knitting list. :D

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  20. Oh my!! The mitts are absolutely beautiful!! To this point, I have really enjoyed knitting the Mudra cuffs, with several destined for gifting.

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  21. I love the Mica Mitts so it would be great to win a kit for this pattern.

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  22. The Mica Mitts are my new favorite!

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  23. The Mica Mitts are my new favorite too! they are so pretty! Thanks!

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  24. I have the bug after pioneer cuff on craftsy! Mudra cuff is favorite but love them all.

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  25. Now how am i going to knit this and the current Mystery KAL!? Oh, how I will find a way!! Would love a pair (selfishly) for myself.... :-)

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  26. Wow! This is my favorite pattern from Adorn Anew so far. I was planning to make the mudra necklace and cuffs, and bought a selection of wooden rings for the necklace, but have yet to dive through the bead stash for the beads. Now that I have seen these mitts, I know I will be making them soon.

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  27. Would love to make these Mica Mitts. Love the color, love the beads.

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  28. Mica mitts by far

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  29. Love these mitts. I'm taking your Craftsy class Knitting with Beads & I've learned so much about using beads in my knitting. Thank you.

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  30. Great design! These mitten would be perfect for the fall coming too soon! Before this pattern, my favorite from Adorn Anew was the Trio necklace (I love the "Butin on steroids"!), as I enjoy so much my Butin necklace and would love another necklace with the same vibe. But now, for sure, this pair of mitten is my new favorite!

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  31. These Mica Mitts have captivated me! The design is wonderful and I couldn't help notice the ring in the second picture. Are those your hands, Laura? Gorgeous and alluring mitts :) Would love to win the yarn and beads to make these

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  32. Those mitts are gorgeous, and I'm dying to knit one of the Mudra cuffs, too!

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  33. Love them all - can't decide which to do first. Well, ok, probably the mitts. :)

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  34. The Mica Mitt is FABULOUS!! I love it!!!

    Rav ID: jhoops7

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  35. Funny, I was just thinking about some fingerless mitts with feather and fan so love the pattern but then I have enjoyed all of the patterns.

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  36. Oh, it is so hard to choose. I love both the Medallion bracelet and the Mudra cuff, which is odd because I rarely wear bracelets. I'll have to change that.
    (still working on my Skywalker, BTW, but now the kids are back in school I'll have the time to get focus on it and finish)

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  37. I love the Mica Mitts. I love everything that you design. I take your classes, you explain everything so well and make it easy. My fear of lace knitting is gone. I would love to win any one of your kits.

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  38. Laura, I just purchased Adorn Anew today. I've been admiring the Mudra Cuff for months, bought a clasp, but couldn't decide on buying the ebook or individual pattern. My decision was made for me as soon as I saw the Mica Mitts!

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  39. While I have been admiring the Mudra Cuff, today's release of the Mica Mitts might just push me over the edge. They would be just the thing for the Jane Austen tea held locally in June.....

    Beautiful work!

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  40. Definitely the Mica Mitts, gorgeous.

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  41. The Medallion cuff is my favorite - right down my alley. Just love doing it in so many colourways with all the sparkley beads I have. thanks so much for the new cuff pattern. Every month is like Christmas as I wait impatiently for your new pattern release.

    Maureen

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  42. The mitts are great, but I really love the Medallion cuff!

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  43. Most enjoying my Mudra Cuff! These mitts are beautiful! Thank you for the opportunity to win :)

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  44. Most enjoying my Mudra Cuff! These mitts are beautiful! Thank you for the opportunity to win :)

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  45. The Mudra cuff is my favorite, although these new Mica Mitts may give the cuffs a run for their money. I've never made mitts before and I'm still new at lace patterns, but I might give these a try after the Trapeze MKAL is done. Thanks!

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  46. The Mica Mitts are gorgeous! Number One in my book!

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  47. My favorite so far is the medallion cuff- love it!

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  48. The Mudra cuff I knit for my daughter was lovely; however, I love the laciness of Medallion a bit more, plus the unusual way it comes together at the closing. Living now in the southwest, from N.E., I still feel the cold here in winter and the fingerless mitts will be wonderful, with exceptional added beauty from the laciness and beads!

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  49. I actually like these mitts the best :) I'm not much for knit jewelry (I love silver far too much as all the rings, earrings and necklaces will show) but I'm a sucker for fingerless mitts (to show off the rings, of course hehe)!

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  50. The Mudra Cuff is definitely at the top of the list; but, I am pretty confident that I will be enjoying the Mica Mitts pattern, as well... hope I win!

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  51. I think this one may be my favorite thus far, though the Mudra is pretty special...

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  52. The Mica Mitts are just amazing and this yarn just looks like it feels luxurious,,,,like you're getting a hand massage the entire time they are on!

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  53. The Mica Mitts are just the ticket...I've been wanting to make a pair of fingerless mitts and these would be perfect! My other choice would be the cuffs...but truthfully, they are all great!





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  54. These mitts are pretty but the Mudra Cuff is still my favourite!

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  55. These mitts are so pretty, I'm actually off to order Adorn Anew now!! I'm currently working on Circulate, finished my Butin collar and am working on the MKAL too!!! But, I think I need to add the Mudra cuff and these mitts to my collection!!! Another gorgeous pattern!! :)

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  56. The Mica Mitts are soooo pretty! They are my fav. so far. Thanks for the chance :-)

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  57. I like the Mica Mitts best so far! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  58. Mica Mitts! Thanks for the video and no pre-stringing!

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  59. I was planning on Mudra cuffs for Xmas gifts but I think these mitts might head to the top of my queue.

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  60. The Mica Mitts are beautiful. They'll make wonderful gifts for those special someones on our lists. Thank you.

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  61. The Mica Mitts are my fave in the collection so far!

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  62. The Mica Mitts are beautiful! My 2 nieces are professional violinists and they love these fingerless mitts for playing in cold venues and cathedrals in Europe. I think they are on the list for Christmas presents!

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  63. It's a toss up between these Mica Mitts and the Mudra cuff, which I still adore. ;-)

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  64. Honestly, I think these mitts are my favorite from the collection!

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  65. eunicewms@gmail.comSeptember 6, 2012 at 1:00 PM

    Love the mudra design

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  66. I liked the Medallion or the Mica Mitts. Truthfully, the are all beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

    Leanne

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  67. Wow. The Mica Mitts might be my new favourite. The detailing is superb–and surprising, surprising in the sense of uncovering a little flower you didn't expect to see in your garden. The pretty ladder of YOs climbing the thumb, the use of reverse stockinette to contrast with the lace, the dual columns of twisted stitches to define the thumb gusset, continuing all the way down the wrist...

    It's so nice to see something different, something original in any pattern, let alone a pattern for a simple garment like fingerless mitts. The elements are all old friends–feather and fan, showing the purl side of stockinette, twisted stitches–but the way they are combined makes for something as fresh as this morning. The changes from purl ground, to lace, to lace-with-beads creates a texture gradient pleasing to the eye. I'll bet these mitts are also pleasing to touch and wear: warmth with ventilation, the softness of the yarn combined with the small weight of beads along the back, carefully tailored but definitely not austere.

    I sound like a press release, don't I? Sorry. I never enter contests because I am so blessed anyway, but I've been writing all day and when I saw these mitts, I just kind of kept on writing in my usual wordy way. :)

    Great job, my friend.
    Sandi

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    1. Oh MY, Sandi Wiseheart commented on my blog????? (insert happy big grin here)

      Thanks SO much for your artful writing... I do believe I need to hire you to write copy for me, you really know how to put those nouns and adjectives together! xoxoxoxo

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    2. The Mica Mitts are to die for!!! Oh I will dream of these tonight!!! would love to do these!

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    3. Oh Ms. Nelkin, I think those Mica Mitts may be my new favorite! What beautiful detail! I would absolutely love to make these and would proudly show them off at Yarn Cupboard's annual retreat!

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  68. So far the Mudra Cuff is my favorite, but now I have to get Mica on my needles!

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  69. These mitts are so beautiful! And I love the colour of the yarn! I'm very intrigued by the Trio necklace as well though! :-)

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  70. Oh my goodness. What a gorgeous pattern. I want to make a pair for my daughter. Immediately!

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  71. These mitts are definitely my favorite! And they look like a perfect project for that extra half skein of yarn that's always leftover from knitting a large shawl :)

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  72. I think the Mudra cuff is my favorite!

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  73. The Mudra cuff is my favorite so far.

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  74. Doodlefrog on ravelrySeptember 6, 2012 at 11:35 PM

    I LUV, LUV, LUV the mica mitts & Shalimar was one of my favorite drool booths at Stitches! So, puleeez pick me? : ))

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  75. Ooh it's so tough to choose. My favorites are the Medallion Cuff and the new Mica Mitts. I have just discovered mitt patterns and love their elegance. Very Jane Austen don't you think?

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  76. Mica Mitts are just beautiful. I purchased the pattern and will be making them for my daughter. She is a real fan of fingerless mitts and being a Diva, will love the beads.

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  77. These are GORGEOUS. My favourite to date is the Mudra Cuff: so pretty even my mother who swore she didn't want knitted jewellery wants one!

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  78. Bonjour,
    Such beautiful mittens !
    In Adorn Anew, I prefer Trio Earrings, because they are pretty, quickly done with a tiny amount of material (can be left-over stash).
    Thanks for the give-away.
    Sorry, possibility for a double comment.

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  79. These Mica Mitts...maybe in a more intense shade of blue?

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  80. The mica mitts pattern is lovely. I love Shalimar Yarns!

    nelle@buckeye-express.com

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  81. The Mica Mitts are mighty pretty... and I still want to make some Mudra cuffs for Christmas!

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  82. Mica Mitts! Just beautiful! And, of course, Shalimar never ever disappoints!

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  83. I love those Mica Mitts and have been trying to figure out which yarn I'd like to use for them. I'd love to win this! :)

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  84. I have to say, the Mica Mitts are gorgeous! I'd love to win.

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  85. I love these mica mitts! Espesically the soft yarn used and the colour

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  86. I'd love to make some!! I'm so chilly right now!

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  87. Beautiful Mica Mitts! What a super little accessory for my chilly Jilly office workin gal (daughter) they're great.

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  88. i love the earrings with the three clusters of beads. maybe after i finish my first KAL with you, yes I am in trapeze.....I have things all over the place!

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  89. I like them all but if I must pick then I go for the Mudra cuff or the mica mitts or.....

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  90. I think the Mudra cuff has to be my favorite so far, and for several reasons. I've never seen bead knitting done this way, and this project seems like it would take a minimum of time and supplies to finish. To me, that means endless possible combinations!

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  91. I like all the patterns in the Adorn Anew, but the Mica Mitts are my favorite so far and I want to start knitting them first and would love to win this yarn and the beads, beside the fact that Blue has always been my favorite color and this blue is scrumptious.

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  92. The Mica Mitts are gorgeous! I may have to try them, they are so beautiful. After I make them, I will have to wear them somewhere equally elegant.

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  93. Really enjoyed your Advanced Lace with Beads class at Knitter's Day Out today. Looking forward to practicing my new skills on these Mica Mitts

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  94. Loved your class at KDO. Working hard on Clarus. I love the Mica Mitts. I think i'm addicted to beads.

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  95. Loved your class and can see these mitts as Christmas presents for a few people.
    Susan

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  96. Loved the classes. The mitts are lovely and will make some great Christmasresents.

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  97. I really enjoyed your beading class at KDO this past weekend, even though I was a lost cause with the nupps! But, I think I learned enough to tackle those gorgeous Mica Mitts, my very favorite!

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  98. Love the Mica Mitts! Great pattern, great yarn choice and I love the bead accents! Beautiful...enter me to win !

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  99. These mitts are so gorgeous they are now at the top of pattern I love the most

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  100. love this pattern I would love to win this kit..It would make a nice Christmas gift for my daughter

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  101. I would love to try and do this. My knitting skills aren't great yet but I would love to try to do this.

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  102. I love the Mudra Cuff, but I can't wait to try these stunning mitts. Thank you for a chance to win a kit to make them :)

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  103. The Murda Cuff is stunning, I have not had a chance to make it but will be getting into Christmas knitting as soon as Wedding knitting is over :). Your designs are lovely. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  104. stunning i have just recently been self teaching myself to knit. i have alot to learn this would be an ideal goal for me to learn...

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  105. Love the Mica gloves!!! Great job!!!

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  106. I love this pattern. I have not tried knitting with beads. But this pattern is incentive to try. I love fingerless gloves. I love the combination of lace and beads.

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  107. I like these knits and the trio earrings. I really want to make knit earrings. :)

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  108. I love the Mica mitts, much like everyone else. I also love the Murda Cuff, although I don't know who I would give it to. I love the colors used.

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  109. Love them All Very hard to Choose..... would like to make them all but for sure would like to learn and work on the Mica Mitts as that would be My 1st Mitts! :) <3

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  110. Mica Mitts! I think this will be a goto pattern for gifts this year!

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  111. I really love these Mica Mitts. It gets really cold here in the winter and they would be perfect for work.

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  112. Beautiful designs. I think the Medallion cuff is stunning. Thanks for having the giveaway. I've had my eye on your beaded patterns for quite a while.

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  113. These would be great for my mother's arthritic hands...I knit her a couple of pairs of fingerless gloves a year in fingering yarn in wool but these would add sparkle to her going out...she is 91 years old. ljscovill@earthlink.net if I am a winner of the leftover yarn and beads.

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  114. These mitts are an inspiration to try beading. I've signed up for the beading class on Craftsy, but haven't done it yet. Am also teaching a class at a local center and these mitts would be a lovely example of creativity at work! Bless you for offering a kit to make them.

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  115. for sure the mitts. So different than anything else. I love the beads on them!

    sugarmomma on rav

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  116. I just purchased the pattern and would love to get the yarn and beads for this project. I can't wait to start.

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  117. I was introduced to your blog with these Mica Mitts and would love to win the yarn and beads for them! Congratulations to whoever wins these!!

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  118. I love the Mica Mitts.

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  119. Mica Mitts are for me! Thank's for the consideration! I haven't seen a pattern that got me all excited like this in a long while.

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  120. The Mica Mitts are definitely my favourite. I love wearing wrist warmers in the winter. They look good, keep your hands ward, and you can still use your hands easily, without having to take them off every five minutes.

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  121. I love the mica mitts, they are so eye catching and elegant , would love to do this :)

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  122. The Mica Mitts are so elegant and beautiful! I would love the chance to win these.

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  123. I love the Mica Mitts, they look so elegant with the beads! I think my two sisters and I will all need a set. I'd love to be entered in your contest. Your designs are lovely, and new to me. I'm always happy to find a new source of inspiration.

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  124. I love the Mica Mitts! the earings are also awesome...

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  125. The Mica Mitts are absolutely beautiful.

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  126. Mica mitts adorable! I still need to finish up your shawl class before I get to your beading class.

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  127. The Mica mitts are quite lovely.

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  128. The mitts are LOVELY! I can't wait to make a pair for my sister. :)

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  129. This pattern is so lovely, I would have to pick these! When the giveaway is over, and I don't win, I will be back to purchase!

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  130. I would love to make these fingerless gloves. Very beautiful for guitar playing hands.

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  131. What a gorgeous pattern! Would love to make these for the upcoming cooler weather!

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  132. I would make the fingerless mitts. I just moved from Florida to Missouri and need to warm my fingers.

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  133. The Mica Mitts are gorgeous. Definitely my fave!

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  134. The Mica Mitts are my favorite and I already know of a very special young lady I would make these for!!! I would love to win!!! If not, I too will be back to purchase!

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  135. Laura, you have singlehanedly renewed my interest in knitting and my love of luxurious yarn! I would love to win a chance for Mica Mitts. They are beautiful! I'm a medical transcriptionist and if my hands are cold I can't type properly! You should see my yarn stash since I've signed up for your shawl and knitting with bead glasses! Thank you!

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  136. I love the Mudra cuff, but the Mica mitts are gorgeous too!

    Finnknitter on Ravelry

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  137. I love love love the fingerless mitts!!!! I would Love to win the kit for this

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  138. Definitely the Mica mitts. They are beautiful.

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  139. In love with these fingerless mittens

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  140. Love the Mica Mitts. My daughter has requested a pair of fingerless mitts for Christmas and I think this would just be perfect!! Would love to win.

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  141. The Mica Mitts are so pretty and my favorite out of the patterns.

    NanaMay on Ravelry

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  142. I'm fairly new to knitting so it's all so "shiny" and awesome but I will admit the mitts are pretty darn cool!!!

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  143. I love the Mica Mitts! Definitely on my to do list and I would love the chance to win! Thank you!

    SavannahBecky on Ravelry

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  144. Mica Mitts most definitely! They remind me of trees and I am a huge nature girl :) Thanks a lot for a chance to win! =D

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  145. I really want to do the Mica mitts.




















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  146. I love the Mica Mitts! Hope to win:)

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  147. I love your new designs and the beads are so super delicious! I'd make all of them. If I had to pick one, it is your mudra bracelet, it nicely highlights the oft neglected wrists and makes 'em sexy.. yes. Then I 'd do the mudra necklace. Very cool strap. Of course, I love your Mica mitts. Whats not to Like?.
    Cheers!

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  148. Meera Collier-MitchellSeptember 10, 2012 at 7:11 PM

    My favorite is the Mica Mitts so I would love to win a kit for this pattern.

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  149. Those mitts are absolutely stunning! Is there any way to purchase a pair if winning doesn't work out? I don't know if I trust my knitting skills to get the same quality lol. Thanks so much

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  150. These are gorgeous. Looks like a fun beaded project that wouldn't take very long to make.

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  151. Love the mitts shown. Making now a necklace of yours but can't remember style name.
    Kathy
    Longkathy27@yahoo.com

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  152. These are so pretty, I am a beginner and only hope to be able to knit these one day.

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  153. Since I'm not the winning kind, I'll have to purchase the Mica Mitt pattern. Really like them and know the perfect person to knit them for (and no, it's not me LOL).

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  154. I LOVE the Mica Mitts!! Thank you for the pattern!!

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  155. I've been looking for a fingerless mitt pattern for quite a while and I absolutely love this pattern.

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  156. I like the necklace and the wide cuff .... BUT I absolutely LOVE the Mica Mitts! I love fingerless gloves for the office in the winter! And these are destined to be made for this winter! :-)
    isbeaddazzled on Ravelryor
    isbeaddazzledjewels at yahoo dot com!

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  157. The Mica Mitts are definitely my favorite. I love the lace panel with the beads!

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  158. Well, this is my favorite pattern, but I also really like the Mudra cuff. Very pretty!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Kimberly B.

    beax0002 (at) umn (dot) edu

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  159. They are all beautiful, but the mitts are especially pretty.

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  160. Wow! I love these! I want to go home and knit them up right now. Perfect for typing all day at work.

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  161. Its been years since I've knitted with beads and what a wonderful change from beaded christening gowns or little dresses.It looks like my accessories could be getting an update,thank you.Its difficult to chose a favorite but I think I'd have to say these.
    basilbrush77@hotmail.com

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  162. LOve to knit with beads.....would love to win this kit...
    goldwoman@prodigy.net

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  163. I love knitting jewelry, but these will be of great use. I have RA and my hands are always cold, so I have many fingerless glove/mitt patterns (I can't text or knit with gloves), but these will be great for those "special occasions" when the basics just don't have the right pizazz. Chriscope on Ravelry

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  164. Gorgeous mitts and the yarn is very tempting! I like the collar too, but the mitts come first.
    cleoqc1124 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  165. These mitts are gorgeous, the ones I normally make always end up looking scruffy, but I would love to have a try at making yours. they are very elegant x

    lizlefevre1968@hotmail.co.uk

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  166. It is a very hard choice, but the Mica Mitts are my favorite. I look forward to the challenge of making these.

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  167. I have never been inspired to knit fingerless gloves until I saw the Mica Mitts so even if I don't win the kit I will get the pattern and make them

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  168. LOVE the Mica Mitts!!!!! They look so delicate and would dress up a pair of jeans, white shirt and sweater!!! I would be honored to win this pattern!

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  169. These are so beautiful! I made crocheted flowers with beads which I sewed on my wedding dress. I would love the opportunity to work with beads, especially these beautiful mica mitts! Thank you so much for offering this to us.

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  170. Oh my goodness, They are all beautiful. Definitely my favorite one is the Mica Mitts but I really like the Trio earrings too. I have never knit anything with beads yet. I am so looking forward to trying it out.

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  171. My 13 yo daughter is dying for mitts and I think she'd love these beaded Mica Mitts! The new middle school fashion statement!

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  172. Great looking patterns! I love the Trio earrings and the cuffs, but the Mica Mitts are truly gorgeous. It would be fab to win the kit for the Mitts pattern. Fingers crossed. :)

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  173. The Mudra cuff is cool but I have to say, the Mica-Mitts are absolutely GORGEOUS!!

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  174. Would love this pair of Mica Mitts to adorn my lovely daughters hands! I'm thinking a beautiful gift for a beautiful girl just starting her senior year of college! We like most have cut back on any extras so this would go far in helping with our Christmas gift giving! Thanks for the offer. Williams Family

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  175. Oh! What a nice website you have here! I clicked around and recognized some patterns from Knitty! I love the clean simplicity of the Mudras. [oh! don't make me choose just one, they are all too pretty!]
    I'm cdunc08 on Ravelry!

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  176. is there any chance to get this pattern free? so many people like it! very beautiful!

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  177. This is such a beautiful pattern- I will definitely have to try it out. I always enjoy your patterns! Thus far I have really enjoyed 'Medallion'. Thank you for all that you do!

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  178. love this pattern for fingerless mitts! so cute with the beads!

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  179. Just came across your patterns and they are just what I'm looking for. I'd like to make fingerless gloves for the women in my family for holiday gifts. I was holding out, waiting to find the perfect pattern. The Mica Mitts are exactly what I was looking for. I am also a bead weaver, so these combine my two loves perfectly. Thanks for your generous offer. Hope I'm the lucky one!

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  180. Oh my! I'm so pleased I found your site :-) SO many clever, gorgeous patterns and inspiration:-) Thank you :-) I think the Mudra Cuffs are especially fabulous!

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  181. I love your beaded mitts!I would love to win the yarn and beads, I have several of your patterns. Page

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  182. My first beading project is the Trapeze Mystery KAL currently in progress, and because you do such a good job of explaining 'how' to do the work I have become a HUGE fan of bead knitting! The Mica Mitts are beautiful. I would so LOVE to win your "leftovers"!!!
    Donna Hayes

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  183. Wow! The Mica Mitts are gorgeous in that colour that I would love to win the left overs. But no matter what, that pattern is definitely going on my Christmas knitting list too.

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