Monday, October 25, 2010

gotta change one of them...


I knit one mitten with one style of top decrease, and thought I'd try a different style for the other mitten. I wasn't thrilled with style one, which is why I tried a different style.
  


There's the swirled version, and there's the rounded version.
Which one would you keep? And a better question, which one do you think I kept? By the time you're reading this, one has been ripped out and reknit to match the other.

9 comments:

Joan Turner said...

I like the rounded one for mittens. What did you choose? Joan

Lucky Canuck said...

I'd keep the pointed one.

Needles said...

I'd vote for the rounded, but I think you went with the pointy version.

Wannietta said...

foe the mittens I'd go with the more rounded one.

Karen said...

I like the rounded one.

Sel and Poivre said...

On plain mittens I'd go round but I prefer the swirl. (I use it a lot on socks!) I bet you went with the swirl.

Jen said...

I like the swirl for plain mittens but if you were adding a design, the rounded one would be best. I am also guessing you went with the swirl.

Brenda said...

I'd go for the round. Bet you kept the other though.

Anonymous said...

Just checked what I thought was my square hand and noticed that even though it is short and wide (good working hand), the middle finger still sticks up above the rest so...I'd say you went with the pointy, swirled version...and all those Latvian mittens can't be wrong (even though when lying flat, I prefer the look of the rounded version)!

Cheers, Barbie O. in Montreal