This is my second post about hand warmers. After knitting my last pair, I decided to try out three new designs. One is grey, another is orange and yellow patterned, and another is an ivory color with eyelet stitches.
I like to knit hand warmers because I don’t need much yarn to make a pair and it only takes a few hours to make. Once I decide the design, I can knit hand warmers in various colors.
I especially like the off white colour because it gives the essence the snow.
written by Sakura, (my daughter)
The winter is one of the coldest, dreariest times of the year, but what makes up for it all is the snow. It doesn’t snow here much, but when it does, the whole neighborhood is transformed into a beautiful, peaceful wonderland. I woke up to see snow falling outside my window, and it instantly felt like I was waking up on Christmas morning.
Pulling on stockings and layer upon layers of clothing, a walk out into my quiet street was the first thing I did.
The snow was beautiful, as was the breathless quiet of our usually bustling city neighborhood, but returning home and thawing out my freezing hands was arguably the best part. Not only this, but the steaming mug of hot cocoa I made was the perfect start to a lazy winter day.