Hi everyone. Today I got a 2 page letter (in the mail!!) from my DGD thanking me for the mitts and more. She is doing some knitting herself. I taught her some years ago and she says she remembers a lot of what I taught her. She reports that she is loving it. :cheering:
And they (most likely) have the added bonus of clicking when tap your hands against a hard surface, so with these your granddaughter can drive everyone insane!
Antares, I actually used the technique that is supposed to put the beads on the outside, but some of them wanted to pop through to the “body” side. I didn’t like that because I thought they might be cold and not feel that nice, so I went behind each bead and with some yarn sewed a little nip so that that the bead couldn’t pop through. No annoying tapping either, which might be a good thing. :lol:
The other day, away from my computer I realized that what I said in the last sentence made no sense whatsoever. How could keeping the beads from “bleeding” through to the inside prevent DGD from tapping the beads that are on the [I]outside[/I] of the mitt on surfaces. No smiles available on this edit. I need some rolling eyes here. lol