2010/10/12

Thick Worms on Sale





These Wrist Worms are now on sale! $39 (original price $49). Welcome!

I'm so amazed to know there are so many people around the world wearing my handmade Wrist Worms!
Look here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here... Love!

18 comments:

  1. I just bought my third pair.
    So happy !!!

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  2. Marion > thank you so much! they'll be in the mail very soon, so glad you like them! :)

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  3. Me too http://www.flickr.com/photos/annaemilia/4372528696/ (: It was a big storm here last night, branches sweeping roof and windows. This morning, some snow is landing in Helsinki, one radio host said. Time to knit a new hat (finally) and find your wristworms dear Sandra!

    Cold winds, but wam hugs.

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  4. Anna Emilia > oh great! i'll put it on the list too :) thank you! snow, brrr! my sister told me it was snowing in luleå last night too, hope it takes quite some time before it arrives in gothenburg. sunny hug from me!

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  5. See, what cold hands type instead of "warm hugs". Time to really find the wristworms (:

    Here the beautiful yellow leaves are soon blowed/raked away. Some snow would make it a bit more nicer, but maybe I could also still have autumn for a few weeks more.

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  6. I am wearing mine right now, while working on the computer. They are gorgeous (and warm)!

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  7. You can be proud dear Sandra!
    (one more pair is here)
    ;--)

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  8. I've ordered the pink ones which are not on the photo anymore! Can't wait to wear them in munich! Yiha!
    Viele Grüße von Katja!

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  9. This is my photo from the day I got my pair!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/talkradio/4974724329/

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  10. I really love the yarn colours! They're beautiful :)

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  11. Oh, it's such a shame that all of these lovely Wrist Worms are made from 100% wool! (I don't wear materials that come from animals.)

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  12. Deleilan: Oh I know what you mean! I've been thinking about other materials, like cotton or something. Do you have any other suggestion? I don't work with acrylics and stuff, only natural materials :)

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  13. I don't have any personal knitting or crochet experience, but I know there is also yarn made from bamboo, linen (flax), hemp, corn and soy. Some are blends of these materials with cotton. It might be helpful for you to search for "vegan yarn" on the web.

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  14. i love them no wonder so many people are wearing them all over the world. the hardest thing is picking which colour : )

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  15. Congratulations on your success! :-) International WristWorm Movement.
    I love the way the colours are layed out here. Yummy.

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  16. näh! so nice! i had to go thru all those links and see where your worms have travelled. must be a nice feeling to see they got a good home:)

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  17. You're very clever. Love the wormz :)

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