Green wrist warmers with an edge

I’ve knitted dark green wrist warmers in baby wool yarn that is really soft. I then crocheted a lace like edge in moss green (not so soft) wool, in two layers around and instead of sewing them together I added buttons as closure.

Green wrist warmers with buttons

I think they turned out kind of romantic, even though the colours are not. I really like small projects like this, but even thought they are small, sewing on all the buttons took a lot of time.

Green wrist warmers

My inspiration came from the lovely book Poetry in Stitches (Dikt i maskor) by Solveig Hisdal, but I created mine from another kind of yarn, and a few small changes. This book contains the most beautiful sweaters I’ve ever seen. It’s my favorite knitting book, and I’d love to knit one of the sweaters some day, when I get more experience and self confidence perhaps…

I’ve added these wrist warmers to the shop, check it out.

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7 Responses to Green wrist warmers with an edge

  1. Shell says:

    Really nice!

  2. so pretty! they defintely have a romantic-ness about them with the ruffled edge and pretty pearly buttons. i really like these…they make me long for cooler weather….sigh.

  3. susan says:

    love these… very very very nice!

  4. suzy says:

    they are very pretty. and i saw your photo for the knitty calendar today – so cool! congratulations.

  5. Grete says:

    Knallfine pulsvarmere; her har du f?tt til s?rpreg ! Dikt i masker er en vakker bok, en nytelse ? bla i :-)

  6. Lolly says:

    These are so nice, Hanna! Love that green ;)

    Congratulations on the WhipUp mention! How exciting!

  7. Riddleman says:

    Hi Hannah,

    I really like those wrist thingies (pulsvamrere? Great name!) could you tell me how you made them? Or could I buy some from you? I loved your glas jar picture so much I used it on my site (I hope you don’t mind, if you do I’ll remove it, of course) Check it out, it’s next to the Thank God It’s Friday Riddle.
    Anyway, keep up the good work, I really like your stuff!

    kind regards,

    Riddleman

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