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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Easy glove patterns for Christmas

Guest post written by Lynn Foster

I'm a really big DIY-er and I love to use that love whenever I get a chance, especially when it's around Christmas. I think that if you actually pick out the right kind of thing to make for someone, it's so much better than anything that you can buy in a store. Then also, every time that they look at or use whatever it is that you made, they'll be reminded of the hard work that you put into it and all the love that went into it. Or at least that's what I do when I get DIY gifts.

I decided that this year I would make some gloves, so I went online with my CLEARWIRE to find all kinds of patterns for gloves with special designs on them.

I found a few really cute glove patterns to use, including some fair isle ones that I made for my daughter. I even found some argyle pattern one that I'm using to make myself a pair of gloves, but I'm still working on those because I wanted to get my presents finished first.

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