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Autumn Swirl Wristwarmers

Posted by beyenburgerin - Oktober 9, 2010

These wristwarmers work perfectly for bigger sizes. But you can also leave out increases and use them with slimmer arms. You can draw them onto your hands as well as up your arms due to the shape. And if you have a “straight” day, just turn them straight on your arm instead of letting them spiral. They also look nice from the right and the wrong side, so you can reverse them on any side depending on your mood.

Revised pattern, now in 3 sizes: M (L; XL)

Yarn: 6-ply sock yarn or a comparable yarn or selfspun yarn

Finished Measurements:
Circumference (short version): 17 to 28 (20 to 35; 23 to 42) cm; 6 ¾ to 11 (8 to 13 ¾; 9 to 16 ½)″
Circumference (long version): 17 to 34 (20 to 40; 23 to 47) cm; 6 ¾ to 13 ½ (8 to 15 3/4 ; 9 to 18 1/2 )″
Length (short version): 22 (24; 26) cm; 8 5/8 (9 ½; 10 ¼)″
Length (long version): 28 (31; 34) cm; 11 (12 ¼; 13 ½)″

The pattern is reversible, the wristwarmers look great from both sides.

 

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4 Antworten to “Autumn Swirl Wristwarmers”

  1. Hi! Hello from Ireland!
    At last I am taking the time to read the blogs I have been meaning to catch up on, and so here I am dropping in on yours!
    These look like lovely wristwarmers, thanks for sharing the pattern with us, the wool is lovely too, lovely colours.
    I find that wristwarmers do really warm the wrists and keep the arms and hands warm in cool weather. I do not like being cold!
    The spinning wheel is safe and sound but not getting lots of use I’m afraid at the moment, the kids are too frisky near it and I don’t want their ‘help’.
    But not to worry, the right time will come…
    regards
    liz

  2. beyenburgerin said

    Hi Liz,

    great to hear from you and that you are happy with the spinning wheel. I also thinks it works nicely.

    A few years ago I didn’t like wristwarmers, but my wrists told me otherwise, they want more and more warmth ;)

    Brigitte

  3. Jenn said

    Hello!

    Is there any chance you could write this pattern in a smaller size?? I love the pattern, but have slim arms, and don’t have the patience to write one myself :D

  4. beyenburgerin said

    Hi Jenn,

    there are two possibilities

    1) you take smaller needles

    2) you cast on less stitches. The number must be divided by 7. That is because of the first decrease row k3tog, k4 = 7 stitches. If you cast on 56 sts the smallest number of sts after row 7 is 32. If you cast on 49 sts it will be 28 sts and so on.

    I hope this will gelp you.

    Brigitte

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