O.W.L Mitts – Finished!

O.W.L Mitts – Finished!

Ok, I know I went through the final hours already, but I really want to do a finished post with all the pictures lined up together.  So that’s what this is!  For this project, I’ll also tell you what all the spells are, just because I really want to do that.  Here it is!  The massive graphic of all the work I did on these, slowly building up over time!

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Now, clearly some of these photos are better than others.  But isn’t it cool to see everything together like that!  Now, just imagine what it will look like when I can A) get better at photography and B) knit during the day when there is decent natural light!  Now, truthfully, A is possible, but B is highly improbable.  Knitting mostly happens at night for me, so if I am to keep up hourly images, they will happen at night.  However, I *might* be able to work something out with a light box so that they aren’t so bad.  Anyways, that’s neither here nor there.  Let’s talk about those spells!

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I know the thumb isn’t there, but this picture has better lighting so it’s the one I’m using!  Just a heads up, almost all of these words are Latin, so I won’t tell you that below.  But basically, the Latin word is the spell’s vocal component.  Ok from top to bottom now:

Accio Wand:  This spell summons your wand.

Lumos: Creates a light.

Leviosa: A levitating spell.

Stupefy: Renders your subject unconscious.

Protego: Creates a simple shield.

Diffendo:  This spell cuts things.

Fumos: Creates a smoke screen.

Fidellius:  This spell conceals a secret inside an individuals soul.

Flipendo:  Knocks things away from you.

Sonorous: Makes a loud noise.

Quietus: Makes noises quiet.

Expelliarmus: Disarms an opponent.

Ferula: Bandanges broken limbs.

Repairo: Repairs objects.

Avifors:  Transforms the subject into a bird.

Incendio: Conjures a flame to set things on fire.

Expecto Patronum:  Summons a spirit guardian to protect you from the soul sucking Dementors.

And that’s it!  I guess that wraps up these mittens for me.  Second hourly project finished!  Yes!  I guess I should go back to those socks I was working on… or fixing the scarf I made for Earl… or finishing up that quilt I’m working on.  It looks like I still have quite a few larger projects on my plate!  Off to work on one of those I go.



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7 Responses to O.W.L Mitts – Finished!

    • Thanks Dee! It’s just one pair though, the big long image shows the progress. It certainly makes it look like a made a ton of mittens though! 🙂

  1. What size needles did you use for the mittens? I know there are 3 listed on the pattern but it seems like you only need to chose one. Thanks!

    • Hi Kaitlyn!

      I used size 2 needles throughout with a worsted weight yarn. I did need 2 sets of circular needles for the top of the mitten and the thumbs, but for the most part I just used one size 2 circular. The result was a nice tight knit and a good heavy mitten. I hope that helps!

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