New Design: Open Triangles Wrist-Warmers and Cowl

I have designed another pair of wrist-warmers and a matching cowl in Lerke, a soft snuggly merino and cotton mixture by Dale Yarn, see dalegarn, knitted using 4mm/US 6. Texture and colour is my palette and this design began with a stitch pattern from one of my Japanese stitch dictionaries. I am pleased to say that the design is sold to the Norwegian magazine Familien/The Family but the publication date is not set yet. So it will be a year before I release the pattern on my webpage, see marveng-puckett and on Ravelry, see

The diagonal triangles with an opening on top makes you think of Egyptian hieroglyphs depicting the pyramids with the sun above. A delightful image for a cowl to warm your neck or accessorise your dress. Fasten it if you wish, or wear it across one shoulder. Or why not use it double? The cowl and the matching wrist warmers are knitted in a lovely soft and warm mixture of merino and cotton with a stunning stitch definition.

I look forward to seeing it photographed professionally, as always, and will show you those when they are available as well as keep you posted on the publication date.


8 thoughts on “New Design: Open Triangles Wrist-Warmers and Cowl

  1. Another beautiful design. I showed it to Thor this morning … He loved it! (By the way, he thought it was a professional model & picture.). And I well remember Familien! Mormor always had it and I regularly read it to keep up my Norwegian. :).

    • Thank you so much, Karen! And Thor! I will tell my husband, he will be very pleased! Yes, I remember Familien from my childhood too and always studying the handcraft pages! 😀

  2. What an inventive design! It does remind me of hieroglyphs. The wristwarmers also look really practical and comfortable, which is fantastic.

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