Long, long ago, before I broke my arm, I knitted a pair of luscious lofty fingerless mitts out of what was a new yarn from Quince and Company, called Piper. The fingering-weight yarn is 50% Texas merino and 50% Texas mohair and is completely manufactured right here in the good old U.S. of A.
It just so happens that the pattern is now available for purchase from Quince and Company (complete with a couple much more appealing photos). But it also just so happens that I have another skein of this lovely that I’ll happily raffle off with a copy of the pattern.
Just respond to this post telling me where you live (I’m interested in learning if people other than my family members read my blog), and I’ll draw a winner Monday, January 12. In the meantime, I hope you’re keeping warm!