Euphony by Jenn Wisbeck


Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch
in cable pattern
US 1 - 2.25 mm
250 yards (229 m)
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Cabled wrist warmers

Full color pages with large row by row charts and written directions for charts.
Also available as part of Winter Wonderland Knits

Delicate cables and twisted ribbing make these wrist warmers nice and stretchy, so they stay on when you wear them! I have been wearing a version of these for years, originally knit in a 100% cashmere yarn. To help keep the wrist warmers from stretching out, this version is knit in a sock weight yarn with silk, which adds a beautiful sheen to the cables!

The wrist warmers have identical cables on the top and palm sides, making the wrist warmers identical for both right and left sides. Knit from the bottom up with simple increases for the thumb gusset.

eu•pho•ny: Agreeableness of sound; pleasing effect to the ear, esp. a pleasant sounding or harmonious combination or succession of words. (

250 yards sock weight yarn. Sample is knit in Spud & Chloe Fine Sock (80% superwash wool, 20% silk; 65 grams/skein; 248 yards/227meters) color 7805

Intermediate- Cables, following a chart, increases, picking up stitches

-1 set of five US #1/2.25mm double-point needles or size to get gauge
-Cable needle (optional)
-Tapestry needle
-Stitch holder

Finished size 6 inches around and 8 inches long, stretches to fit circumference 6-10 inches around. Thumb stretches from 1 ¾ to 3 inches around.

8 stitches/inch and 12 rows in cable pattern, slightly stretched widthwise

Available in print from Magcloud: Euphony Print.