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Farinelli

by ysoldateague November 15, 2009

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The winter Twist Collective is up and features a new pattern of mine, the Farinelliopera gloves. I have a terrible habit of mailing off samples without photographing them, but this time I remembered. They’re very silly, somehow taking photos of yourself in opera gloves is inherently silly, but hopefully they amuse you!

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Much as I love the drama of opera gloves, they might not be wearable in every situation. Don’t worry if you like these but aren’t sure whether they’ll work for you – I’m currently knitting up a shorter, fingerless pair that I’m in love with so I’ll share the very simple modifications for those here soon.

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