Seashell Fan Crochet Arm Warmers

Seashell Fan Crochet Arm Warmers
Another pair of beautiful arm warmers for my now large collection ;-)

The arm warmers belong to the Seashell Fan Crochet Mini and are crocheted like the skirt: vertical in the middle part with a seam and at the ends flared and horizontally in rounds.

Completed: 2021

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and are always worn with the skirt :-)

Photos: Eric Aisling (2021)
Jewellery: Sandra

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Olive Green Lace Knit Wrist Warmers

Olive Green Lace Knit Wrist Warmers
Two versions of really quickly made wrist warmers: One with just the overlock seam and one with turned in end.

Completed: 2019

Status: The cuffs left my Klamottenkiste in 2022.

Photos: NeedMoreCoffeeMan (2019)

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Short Wrist Warmers

Short Wrist Warmers
This is just another little variation of my knitted wirst warmers. Small and fine :-)

Completed: 2019

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and I wear them a lot

Photos: NeedMoreCoffeeMan (2019)

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Two Minute Wrist Warmers

Two Minute Wrist Warmers
These wrist warmers did not this name because they keep warm for just two minutes (although thinking about it… it might be right). They got this name because I made them in under two minutes. I had some fabric leftovers from the Summer Cardigan and my overlock machine. I did not use a pattern or anything, I just folded two of the little pieces and sewed them together on one side and then finished the edges, both just with the overlock machine.

Pretty neat, don’t you think? ;-)

Completed: 2016

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and I wear them from time to time

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Wrist Warmer Variations

Wrist Warmer Variation 1
I got three little balls of Baby Alpaka wool for Christmas 2012: one in black, one in brown and one multicoloured.
So there was the question what to do with just one ball of wool each… wrist warmers of course! :-)
And I was thinking in themes there…

Steampunk theme:
First I made the brown wrist warmers, they are knitted with crochet trimmings.
The rest of the wool became a matching litte choker that is closed with a satin ribbon tied to a bow at the back.

Gothic theme:
After that came the black wool. I made wrist warmers with double crochets and they are held together with a satin lacing.

Hippie theme:
Last I knitted the plain wrist warmers with the wool that has this beautiful colour gradient. These ones have a little crochet trimming on the upper edge as well.

Completed: 2013

Status: in my Klamottenkiste I wear some of them ;-)

Photos: JHP Photographie (2015)
Jewellery: Sandra

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Plushy Cape and Cuffs

Plushy Cape and Cuffs
This plushy fleece cape is warm and you can pull it over a winter coat.
Of course there are matching cuffs for it, too.

Photos: Eric Aisling (2015)

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Brown Jersey Cuffs

Brown Jersey Cuffs
These plain cuffs are made out of the jersey remains of the Little Octopus Ensemble.
They were quickly sewn together, upper hem made with the twin needle and lower hem with the rolled hem of my overlock machine, so these cuffs were an especially simple work :-)

Completed: 2013

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and I wear them often

Photos: Ronny Kunz (2013)
Earrings: Sandra

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Night Blue Wrist Warmers

Night Blue Wrist Warmers
I made these wrist warmers for the Night Blue Poncho.
Once again I made an easy pattern and 3,50 EUR of material costs are enough :-)

Completed: 2012

Status: The cuffs left my Klamottenkiste in 2022 together with the poncho.

Foto: NeedMoreCoffeeMan (2012)

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White Winter Wrist Warmers

White Winter Wrist Warmers
Other wool, same pattern as for the Button Cuffs and the Striped Cuffs, but in two versions, one of them with a new knitting pattern, these new wrist warmers are a great accessory for the winter ;-)

Completed: 2012

Status: I sold them because I did not wear them

Photos: JHP Photographie (2012)
Co-Model: Odin
Earrings: Sandra

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Victorian Adventuress Cuffs

Victorian Adventuress Cuffs
These nice little cuffs are decorated with ruffles and are closed with two buckles on leatherstraps. I made them for the Victorian Adventuress outfit.

Completed: 2012

Status: in my Klamottenkiste

Photos: Carsten T. (2012)
Earrings: Sandra

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