A World of Legwarmers!

My favorite times of the year are Autumn and Winter, for many reasons. One of the reasons is I get to wear my knits. It feels like I have mountains of socks, beanies, legwarmers, wrist warmers, shawls, cowls, anything for those chilly Norwegian days. So today I thought I would show you my collection of legwarmers (including a few store bought ones).



These legwarmers where knitted with IMG_20150306_160135Sandnes Mini Palette Superwash (which appears to be discontinued), inspiration was found in a Sandnesgarn Mix Ung pattern booklet.


IMG_20150220_135914The cables are on the backside of theIMG_20150306_155757 legwarmers. Fully stretch they go just below the knees. They are knitted with Verdi yarn. I knitted them some time last year.



These legwarmers where knittedIMG_20150306_160609 ages ago, so I have no recollection what yarn they where knitted with. They are brown, green and black, and just long enough to cover up a pair of Doc Martens boots.



These legwarmers where alsoIMG_20150306_155041 knitted a thousand years ago (more or less), knitted with leftover yarn taking up space. They actually took quite a while to make, because of the different patterns I used.


IMG_20150220_140112 These legwarmers where knittedIMG_20150306_161250 with Lerke yarn, a nice soft Egyptian cotton and Merino wool blend. The moss stitching is on the backside.


These legwarIMG_20150220_140141mers where knittedIMG_20150306_161014 with leftover wool yarn, and the picture is a little misleading. The colors of the legwarmers are actually green and purple, not green and blue.


IMG_20150227_141432These legwarmers where knittedIMG_20150306_155451 with a wool/nylon blend, and they are superwarm and cozy.



And finally, my store bought legwarmers. IMG_20150220_140328




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