We won’t be giving up fingerless gloves any time soon. It is freezing in Adelaide. We need our fingerless gloves so we can keep working in the cold. Karin had dyed some of her hand spun merino wool at a dyeing workshop. She now has a lovely pair of soft gloves in opalescent colours. Hilary’s fingerless gloves were fun and we loved the owl motif on the back. They , too, are hand spun wool and would delight any child and encourage them to keep their hands warm. Finger less gloves, as well as being practical , are a great way to use oddments and small amounts of wool. You can have so much fun with hem and practice new stitches if you want to. There are plenty of free patterns for you to try on tipnut.