by kustomkuddle 12d ago

I am now set to go on a walk with you Carolyn! These mittens were inspired by the ones in CME but I found they were to small. This glove pattern is from the Online Fabric Store. The embroidery is one that I have had for awhile but am not sure where it is from.


by toogie 7d ago

I'm for anything to stay warm! Glad you found your fit. Try not to freeze in these crazy temps!

by basketkase 10d ago

Gorgeous and so snuggly looking....loving the purple with the white cuff..

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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 9d ago

Tried them yesterday and they were wonderful. Thank you.

by dailylaundry 10d ago

Soooo pretty - our weather in Michigan have been in the single digits - you need a pair of warm gloves!!! Well done!

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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 9d ago

Yes it is. The wind chill has been in the negative numbers. Friday they called school off in our area because it was so cold. That is a first!

by Leaha 11d ago

Ohhh, warm and cuddly hope they stay in your possession for a bit. :~)

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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 9d ago

So far so good. The first pair I made was too small so they were given to my 8 yo. She loves them. Our 10 yo is a boy so I don't think he will want purple or flower. LOL

by sonjapotgieter 11d ago


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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 9d ago

Thank you.

by noah 11d ago

Oh i love them and the color is ohlala We only ran around block today it is -32 but windy and that made it -45 tooooooooo cold lol Hugs

kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 11d ago

We are having wind chill effect also. Brrrrrrr. II have had all the essentials for cold weather. But somehow my gloves keepcoming up missing. I think our 8 and 10 year olds might havve something to do with thier diappearence. So decided if these have less of a tendency to wander off.

noah by noah 10d ago

put your name on them lol with pen hehe

by worthy edited 11d ago

Great Job, Lovey mittens

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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 11d ago

Thank you.

by shirley124 11d ago

Love your mittens. Hugs

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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 11d ago

Thank you.!

by graceandham 11d ago

They are very nice, but you may not understand how you have to dress for Carolyn's walk. First, you probably need liners beneath your pretty purple mitts. Then you need a balaclava - for example, scroll back a couple of years through her postings to see the ones she made for herself and John. This is to protect the skin on your head, face and neck. Then, several pairs of woolen socks and some great waterproof boots. Really warm pants. Layers of tops and sweaters and a great coat bought in the frigid north, rated for minus humpty-bump temperatures. I think I'll just scroll through her photos again...

noah by noah 11d ago

Good one grace lol to cold for me today with wind it was -40+ hugs We did go around the block so Mr. Peeko could do his job lol

graceandham by graceandham 11d ago

We have had 5 nights in a row below 28 degrees here (coldest in my lifetime) which means my heater is running on heat strips (very expensive by the minute). Don't even want to SEE that power bill.

kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 11d ago

Yes, the mittens are lined with soft fake fur foor added warmth. And we do get cold here as well. My husband showed me the temp when he got home from work - 15. Still not as cold as Carolyn, but we do know how to stay warm!

by crafter2243 Moderator 12d ago

Ohh my favorite color. They look very cheerful and have a hint of spring. Well done

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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 11d ago

They were a lot easier than I thought they would be. Thank you

by liliana1 12d ago

Love there they look great, well done

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kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 11d ago

Thank you. Hoping these don't walk off.

by stork 12d ago

Very nice. Love the colors you used. I have to work out in this cold to feed the heifers and calves so I think I will sit Carolyn's walk out........

kustomkuddle by kustomkuddle 11d ago

Time for the long underwear and Carharts to stay warm!

pennyhal2 by pennyhal2 11d ago

With all that to do, you don't need to walk! But wear something warm anyhow.