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Annas Wristwarmers

By: Anna Andrason for StickFrossa

My BFF Anna just loves her wristwarmers. We are like sisters, so naturally, I wear them too! Use this free knitting pattern to make a pair for you and YOUR BFF! They're lacy and delicate like something a goddess would wear, but alternative and edgy for those of you who can't be restrained by conventional clothing options. Knit them in the foresty green, as pictured, or try it in your favorite color for wristwarmers that are truly made for you. Why not make one for your best-friend-forever, as well?


Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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So pretty! I agree with the poster below that the lacy edge is worn closer to the hand. I could see using these on a special occasion, the way gloves used to be worn in "the old days." Very 1940s!!

Regarding Annas Wristwarmer pattern i was unable to find knitting instructions step by step on Row 2: k2, (k1, p1 in yo*, k1) 2 tines, yo, p2 tog., k2 Pls show me how to knit 'k1, p1 in yo? Thank you!

Hi jyclancy 2130287, We suggest contacting the designer of this pattern. You can leave a comment on her blog by clicking the link, "Click here for knitting pattern." Happy Knitting! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Sorry if this question is dumb, but I was wondering wich way I put these on...

My thought would be that the lacy part would be worn down over your hand with the plain part around your wrist. It would look good peeking out from a coat sleeve...........


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