I can't help myself, I have to pass on this link. Oh how I wish I could fly to Oakland, Calif. to see the exhibit, but this has to be the second best. Pour yourself, a cup of coffee, tea, sweet tea, Scotch or Bourbon, or anything else you like, settle into a comfy chair and view all 111 photos or however many you like.
On the subject of wrist warmers, here's a picture of my fourth pair of warmers. The original pattern came from Compassionate Knitting by Tara Jon Manning. The eyelet edging is my contribution. I just can't leave a printed pattern alone. Written instructions just call to me to mess with. I'll most likely keep these for myself since I ought to be able to find them with such a bright green. This was a ball of leftover hand spun, hand dyed yarn, the maker of which shall stay anonymous (a clue: she lives with me and her first name starts with "A").
That's the new wheel in the right corner.
Oh, by the way, I also found the stitch for the previous wrist warmers in the 365 Knitting Stitches a Year Perpetual Calendar under February 8. It's called "Feather Openwork."