Rosy & Grey Wristlets

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Rosy & Grey Wristlets Pattern


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Knitting: Rosy & Grey Wristlets
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • knit in the round
  • easy first color work project

Pattern Description:

Rosy & Grey was inspired by a cold November morning, where before the sun comes up fully, the world is rendered in shades of gray and rose. Melancholy and Beauty all wrapped up into one! And just like the fog sometimes can float up and swirl down, the pattern on the finished wristlet is 'turn-on-its-head-able', the design stays the same.

Choose which way to wear them, having either the gray or the rose colored edge showing, depending on your outfit or your mood.

Worked in the round with an easy 2 color pattern, you can knock a set of these out in an afternoon!

At only 50 yards per color, you might as well use up some remnants and make several, stash them in your car, purse and office for when the chill hits you!

This pattern is available fully written and charted!


18 st = 4" on US #8 (5mm) needles in color pattern

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • xs/sm to fit 6" wrist circumference (actual body measurement) and md/lg to fit 7" wrist circumference; 7.5" long for both sizes


  • US 8 - 5.0 mm set of double point needles
  • about 50 yards each of 2 contrasting colors of worsted wight yarn, shown in KnitPicks Wool of the Andes "Cobblestone" and "Pink Posy Heather" colorways

You Will Also Need:

  • 1 stitch marker

Suggested yarn:

120 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

any worsted weight yarn of your choice

About Designer

About Designer

simone77 on

I am originally from Switzerland, but live in the US since ?99. I have been knitting since I was about five years old and I mostly make my own designs and patterns. I started designing my own sweaters and accessories (more or less successfully) at an early age, as that was just the way sweaters where done. Only later did I transition to indulging in the luxury of ready-made patterns.
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