You may be able to see the predictable hole near the thumb on the left-hand one. The other is better since I wove in the ends and tightened up the holes. And that's okay, but I'd rather learn how to knit that thumb gusset without holes instead of having to sew it up!
I'm practicing; I started another pair, with yarn I thought was a charcoal color, but is really more of a plummy brown.
see the cat hair?
They work up in a trice! I'm still reading Outcasts United, but sometimes I want something a little different, so I've been going through L. M. Montgomery's work. Thanks to some tips I stumbled on at Ravelry, I picked up stitches further down when I did the thumb on this one, and that's an improvement. But I still don't have it quite right. I'm so sorry this yarn is discontinued - it lends so much interesting texture to these mitts. But I think there are some etsy sellers who make something similar.
Here's a closeup of what I mean -
How satisfying to quickly whip up something with so much personality!
Joining Ginny today for yarnalong.