Thursday, August 02, 2012

New Tabi Mitten from Olgajazzy + Conductive Yarn!

We are geeking out about Olga Buraya-Kefelian's newest pattern, Tabi Mittens!

These mittens are inspired by traditional Japanese tabi socks, with a separate pointer finger, and have a modern twist--they incorporate conductive yarn in the fingertips so you can use them for touch screens!

Choose any yarn for these mittens and with just a bit of conductive yarn carried along in the fingertip will have you computing on the go while keeping your hands warm and cozy!

We have Olgajazzy's pattern here and all kitted up with the just the right amount of conductive yarn for you to make these mitts included and ready to go.

This super sweet yarn can be used for anything crafty: embroidery, handsewing, crochet, weaving...the geekcraft possibilities are endless! We have it available on it's own for those who have their own special project in mind.

Happy future-crafting!

1 comment:

JelliDonut said...

Conductive yarn?!?!? How cool is this? Adding the pattern to my already impossibly long queue.