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I love working with materials that are organic and not treated with chemicals. There’s nothing covering the beauty of the wool, nothing masking the true nature of the yarn. A bit rustic and wooly on the needles, the yarn knitted up is softer, full of depth. Long, ribbed leg warmers for a cold day.
organic leg warmers (CO 48 sts, knit 2×2 rib for approximately 21 inches, BO in rib)
yarn: Treliske Organic Merino in Brown Tweed, approximately 120 g
needles: 3.5 mm Brittany dpns
gauge: 5 spi in st st

17 thoughts on “natural

  1. These are beautiful! I need to get some organic wool. No chemicals… heaven!

  2. lovely.
    and that organic merino is just perfect.

  3. Yes! Isn’t that Treliske just gorgeous? I think it’s my favorite yarn of all.

  4. Real, honest to goodness wool never lets you down.
    I love them!

  5. love these,really and thank you for sharing!

  6. lovely! so funny because my friend just emailed me about legwarmers… i am so sending her this link!! 🙂

  7. Rustic and wooly sounds very good. Organic is such a treat.
    Love your leg warmers.

  8. I just love your blog. I have been following you for many month now. Thank you for your beautiful inspiration 😉

  9. What a beautiful, soothing color. Ironically, I just purchased some organic wool, too. I love the unique qualities that seem so much less mainstream in organic yarns.

  10. they’re gorgeous! my first thought was ‘what a pretty scarf’. then-oh! legwarmers! 🙂

  11. Lovely leg warmers!! I like your preference for beautiful yarns in the colors grey and brown! And…I love your beautiful shots with your camera!

  12. Lovely legwarmers. What are some of your favourite organic yarns?

  13. Absolutely gorgeous… I’ve hesitated to make myself leg warmers, but you’ve convinced me!
    Beautiful blog.

  14. Aren’t they lovely? Perfect colour too.

  15. Beautiful!!! Am totally inspired, and off to search the stash for something suitable. 🙂

  16. I love how you described the natural beauty of this wool. Beautiful work.

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