Elsie McDonald
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Chickpea stew is a hearty and comforting stew that goes well with rice. It is simple to make and delicious. Chickpea is low in fat, good source of protein.

Chickpea stew is a hearty and comforting stew that goes well with rice. It is simple to make and delicious. Chickpea is low in fat, good source of protein. NotePP: Use veggie broth instead of water or chickpea liquid to add a bit more flavor 👅

Knitting and so on

One of this week's Featured Favorites at the Link and Share Wednesday Link Party is a Free Knitting Pattern from Knitting and so on. Get the Inbetween Mitts - free knitting pattern right here:

Owlings fingerless mitts - free pattern!

Free knitting pattern Owl Fingerless Gloves- I can't knit, but in time I can convert this to a crochet owl cable pattern!

Favorite Fingerless Mitts | AllFreeKnitting.com

The beauty of the Favorite Fingerless Mitts lies in their simplicity. The best thing about this fingerless mittens pattern is that a variety of yarns will produce the same outstanding results time after time.

Knitting pattern for striped, fingerless gloves. Perfect for keeping your hands warm while leaving your fingers free!

Striped Fingerless Glove Pattern Knitting pattern for striped, fingerless gloves. Perfect for keeping your hands warm while leaving your fingers free!

Fingerless mittens, if I ever learn how to knit well

By Becky Stern This unisex pattern will keep your wrists warm while you bike, type, or play bass. It's great as a quick and satisfying knit for yourself, o

Mitts

My favorite style of hand warmers. Whit's Knits: Swan's Island Organic Merino Long Striped Hand Warmers - The Purl Bee - Knitting Crochet Sewing Embroidery Crafts Patterns and.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mittens-with-a-flap

Free knitting pattern for mittens with a flap. These will make a great Christmas gift idea! Ravelry: Mittens with a Flap pattern by PJ Allen

Easy Knitting

If you can do a gauge swatch, you can make these wristers! You just knit a square piece with a bit of ribbing then sew up the side leaving a hole for your thumb. I need to learn how to knit so that I can do this!