Wrist Worms Crochet Wristers by Sandra Juto

by Kathryn on May 23, 2013 · 4 comments

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For today’s post in the May crochet inspiration series I wanted to share the crochet fingerless gloves that maker Sandra Juto calls Wrist Worms. I love the photo story about the wrist worms process that you can find under the tag “process” on Juto’s site.

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I learned about this crochet maker from Kollabora which shared that Juto learned to both knit and crochet as a child. She’d previously been knitting gloves but when her husband wanted a pair she started playing around with crochet gloves and the business was born from there.

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I hope this post inspires you to:

  • Learn more about Sandra Juto
  • Make a pair of crochet fingerless gloves
  • Take something you love to make in another craft and make it in crochet instead!
  • Let me know about other great crochet makers in the comments below so I can check out folks I don’t know yet!


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Lynda M O
Lynda M O

Love hers. My first pair of crocheted wrist warmers was made this same way with a pretty variegated tan, light blue and gray yarn. I have wrist issues every day and almost always wear covers over them of various weights and materiels: yarn, linen, fleece, canvas brace, cashmere sweater sleeves tat have worn thru the elbow... you get the idea I am sure.


Thank you for this post! You were right, her photo story about the wristwarmers she makes is beautiful! Question though - does anyone know what kind of stitch she is using to get that beautiful, almost "spiral staircase-like" ridge across her wristwarmers? I've never seen that ridge produced from crochet before and I would love to use that stitch in other projects I am working on...




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