Gardening, ranching and farming are about the cycle of life. Nothing lasts
forever, and some things only last one year. It's all about rebirth and
whatever that means to your inner being. I personally like the winter to
reflect on what the new season will bring. Prepare. Plan. Then, as it
warms up, watch your plan flower of flop. Either way, it's an enjoyable
mittens, but it can be hard to actually work while wearing
mittens. the 'best of both worlds' solutions is to have gloves
with a fold back mitten flap. i make my under gloves without
fingertips because i need to keep a grip usually <g>, but full
fingered gloves under mitten flaps are quite warm, being
Do you know what snow angels are?
Bill who has mittens that are water proof that go over fleece gloves
and some times over a silk glove liner. Had not used that combo for a
few years I guess I am wiser?
S Jersey USA Zone 5 Shade
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I think its because the fingers can get next to one another
and share their warmth. gloves, because of their separate
finger holders won't allow finger contact so there's no
kind of like trying to type while wearing boxing gloves.
I saw a pair of those at one of the extreme outfitter stores.
sounds like a competitive shooter's glove where the palm
is covered with a recoil pad and usually with rubber inserts
to enhance grip while leaving the fingers exposed for improved
trigger sensitivity. past makes a really good one.
layers, worked for me then I got nice gloves with thinsulate.
i guess... i have nerve damage in my left hand so i type using
only my thumb & index finger of my right hand. i found out my
left ring & pinkie don't type after paying a nonrefundable #
200 for typing lessons :p
however i could type faster & more accurately two fingered
than my ex-ISP boss who could type 70 WPM, so it's not a big
i make mine.
the shooter's gloves i've seen have had a seperate index
finger (sometimes covered & sometimes open ended) & the rest
of the fingers in a mitten. i haven't tried knitting one like
you can still learn! my 7 year old boy learned crochet in
school (not public school obviously) & he's starting to learn
to knit, although he really hasn't got the coordination quite
yet. he has been rake (frame) knitting since he was barely 5
though & has made a couple hats.
the simple way to tell knitting from crochet is that crochet
uses one hook & knitting uses 2 or more needles (i like 4 or 5
<g>). rake knitting is like those spool knitters but with more nails to loop around
it's going on winter. you should have a bit of downtime to
learn a new skill :)
Question with boldness even the existence of god; because if
LOL, Cheryl, I don't think I've ever seen you say anything like that
before :_) It gets a LOL AND and smiky face.
Victoria...in Texas where it was 87 degrees today, and it is 50
tonight. Finally cooling off, but it won't last as it's expected to
be up around 75 in a few days.
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