2010/11/26

Veggie Wrist Worms






Look! 3 different pairs of Wrist Worms made of (the two pairs to the left) 100% cotton and (the pair to the right) of 50% cotton & 50% flax (linen). You find them at the top of the Wrist Worms Section in my shop. Made for those who prefer Wrist Worms not made of animal hair, those who are allergic to wool and anyone else who likes cotton and/or linen :) Could be a good gift for a vegan/vegetarian friend for example.

Here you can read an interview with me. See you!

20 comments:

  1. brilliant, this is brilliant, Sandra ! They look terrific ! Congrats on this new line of eco products ! :) xoxo

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  2. They look lovely, Sandra! Thank you so much for making these! I wish someone would buy me a pair for Christmas...

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  3. you know, i wondered if you do custom orders? or sizes for children? i know of 2 girls in my life that would love these (mine in particular who uses a wheelchair). it would be great when the weather changes.

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  4. Great interview Sandra and thanks for telling us about how you got rid of the negative sorts in your life and chose to be positive instead. This is where I am at too so I can relate...and you are right it, it is a choice, a good one too! Hugs x

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  5. Oh, Sandra this is so wonderful!! Thank you!

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  6. Great interview, I too like the positive choice, at the end. I also love the new colors and cotton/lined choice, they are going on my wish list! cheers.

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  7. Brilliant Sandra! I have been vegan for almost a year now, although I broke my rules a few times since then. You just remind me about it, because although I don't buy leather anymore, I don't know what to think about wool and what attitude towards it would make sense for me to adopt.
    Have a great week-end!

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  8. Hi Sandra, I'm wondering if I can order original wristworms in merino woo, black? I don't see this option in your shop--perhaps you are sold out? all best, debra (i sent you some cinnamint toothpaste a while back....) dparr@rocketmail.com

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  9. Oh yay - vegan worms! They are gorgeous, I'm buying some right now.

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  10. lovely idea. and beautiful colors.

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  11. Great interview! You're right, it's a habit to be positive and a choice to surround yourself with happy people that want to make a difference. Wishing you a smooth move to Berlin with many happy surprises. :)

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  12. i liked the interview! good luck in berlin, it sounds like a great decision.

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  13. Yay! I'm allergic to wool against my skin (even supersoft wool), so these are perfect. They're going on my christmas wish-list.

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  14. Fab Sandra, Fab. Not sure how you do this AND plan to move and all that.....you rock poppycock. Bonne Idee! Good luck with your move - when do you 'officially' move?

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  15. Su > hopefully beginning of 2011, johan needs a job and we need an apartment (the first thing is much harder to fix than the second).

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  16. kitchu > e-mail me about it and i'll see what i can do, i usually don't take custom orders but when it comes to kids i sometimes do because i almost never have any in the shop :)

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  17. Thanks so much for having a cotton option!

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  18. Your wrist worms are clever and adorable. You make lovely things!

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  19. I liked the interview, especially the part about being happy...it's hard sometimes to stay positive and it can require a little effort but it's good that people are honest about that...
    I love your photos, you always choose nice things and great colours :)

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  20. Lykke til med alle dine fremtidige kunstprosjekter! Du er fantastisk talentfull og virkelig orginal.

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