Remember the cozy warm Sebastian Gloves I made for S1 last December? They were the warmest hand coverings I’ve ever knit, and I promised myself a pair for this year. I took this project along on our big road trip.Does it look cold in these pictures? It’s not. I put on my fleece jacket to try to trick you, though!
I made a size larger than I did last time, since pair #1 was a big snug on me. This yarn (Julia – 50% wool, 25% alpaca, 25% mohair) is a joy to work with, even in the heat.
Not only is the weather fake in these photos, I didn’t even have coffee in my cup. Ha! Since I cast on for these while we were camping in the Canyon area of Yellowstone NP, I’ll share a couple photos from there. This is a classic view of the lower falls in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone (you can see a snowy chunk to the left of the falls):
Here is a rainbow at the base of the upper falls:
Here are some of the gorgeous lupine we saw on the Lupine Loop ranger hike – they made me a little sad that I haven’t been in Texas during bluebonnet season in many years: