Sexy

Near the end of our whirlwind trip to Rhinebeck last October, my girl Donna and I stumbled up the stairs into Buffaloo Wools traveling RV of yarn. I felt I have tumbled down the rabbit hole of yummy yarn. I snatched two bundles of Sexy Minis and raced to the check out before anyone else could grab them.
When I hand wound them at home I was struck by the saturation of the colors. Silk really does take the dye so well. But when I started playing with color work patterns they all ran into each other. Finally I went for the easy and classic. A chevron always works and it did here as well.
I wish there was feel-a-vision. You really must feel these mitts to appreciate them. Don’t take my word for it go to Buffalo Wool Company’s website and order some for yourself. The pattern is a free download on Ravelry. Hope you like it.

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