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Beaded Family Wrist Warmers

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These beaded family wrist warmers make great, little, heart-warming, quick gifts for your mother or grandmother or other loved ones. Mix and match the family members, including a cat and dog, to fit your own need. Pre-string your beads on sock-weight yarn and work in Garter stitch back and forth for either a short or long wrist warmer pair. You can either knit the given family line-up of dog-son-father-mother-daughter-cat as is (full chart included) or you can mix and match the individually provided charts to create your own combination that fits your situation. A 7" cuff can accommodate 2 adults and up to 6 children. The beaded figures are provided as charts and a short "bead stitch" photo tutorial is included as well in the 6-page pattern. For the shown family line-up with the beaded triangle edges, you will need 22g (450 beads/cuff), size 8/0 glass seed beads. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Work in Garter Stitch (knit every row) back and forth GAUGE 32 sts and 64 rows = 4" in Garter Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 3.75 (4.74)" wide and 7" circumference

Recommended with this pattern

  • Two US 0 (2 mm) needles
  • 90-120 yards (80-110 m) fingering/sock weight yarn
  • ~22g size 8/0 glass seed beads (450 beads/cuff)

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Daniela Nii
Daniela Nii
I love working with my hands and I am constantly learning new ways of doing things, new techniques, new crafts. I'm a longtime multi-crafter who seeks new challenges with every project and uses a diverse range of techniques to produce designs that highlight simplicity and elegance. My designs have been published in many major magazines and for a variety of yarn companies and independent dyers. I'm also a knit and crochet freelance technical editor for companies like Interweave, Craftsy, and independent designers, and enjoys teaching at local and national fiber events. You can follow my sporadically updated blog at: http://nikkis-studio.com, find me on Raverly as NikkisStudio, or follow me on Instagram (@nikkisstudio), Twitter (@nikkisstudio), Facebook (@NikkisStudioDesigns), or just browse my Pinterest boards (@NikkisStudio). Happy Crafting!