Saturday, November 27, 2010

Wrist Warmers

Here in upstate New York winters are very cold. The main source of heat in our home is a wood burning stove, which is very cozy, but when temperatures are below 20 degrees we could always use a little extra warmth.

Several years ago my sister Hannah began knitting wrist warmers, the perfect solution for cold hands. We can still sew or knit because our fingers are free, but our hands can stay nice and warm.

Wrist warmers are also great for shopping, allowing your fingers to grasp for keys or buckle your seat belt. Wrist warmers also lend an old-fashioned yet contemporary flair to any outfit.

Hannah carefully knits each pair of wrist warmers from soft wool and wool blend yarns. They are currently for sale on our Etsy page in a variety of colors. We have found that wrist warmers have always been a much appreciated gift this time of year. : )

"She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands." Proverbs 31:13


  1. Those are gorgeous! They will keep a bloggers hand warm while posting her post :-)

  2. nice :)
    I have just started making these for the girls and myself. My husband will be getting some for Christmas too

  3. Wow! 20 below is certainly cold ! You'd really need something to keep your hands warm, and they are very lovely.
    I really like the cable pattern.
    I do suffer from cold hands and these would be a great help to me whilst blogging :-)
    I think I'll be looking at them again in winter. (It's summer, here, in Australia now)
    blessings to you Sarah..Trish