Thursday, 3 January 2013

2012 Finished Objects - Mitts and Gloves

Today I want to show you my Gloves and Mittens that I completed in 2012:










My Secret Santa Gift....

Tomorrow I will share my Tops, Tanks and Jerseys!
Hope to see you then.
x

Do you have Finished Objects to share?
I would love to see all your FOs for 2012.

Join in the fun below :)

The linky party will be open until 7th January, so feel free to link up each day for the first 7 days into the year!



4 comments:

  1. Hi Natalie! I've decided to share the bucket list I created on the computer, which is a big thing for me. Normally I make crafty things :))

    Thanks for hosting!

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    1. Hi Paula,
      Thanks for sharing the Bucket list, so cool.
      Wishing you a good start in 2013.
      x
      Natalie

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  2. Your mittens and gloves look great! Those brown and cream fingerless gloves are very pretty!
    I must say that my favorite are the fingerless gloves. Now that I'm a mother of little ones, it's much easier to zip up little coats, buckle up carseats, and not have to deal with taking gloves on or off :)

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    1. Hi Ali,
      I so agree with you, I love them for when I sit in front of my PC.
      My fingers tend to freeze in winter whilst working and I enjoy the freedom of having my finger tips available to work properly, but having the warmth of the gloves to keep my circulation going :).
      Thanks for visiting.
      Wishing you a super start in 2013
      x
      Natalie

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