Wonder Woman wore indestructible bullet-deflecting bracelets, so why can’t we? Unlike WW’s bracelets, these pulse warmers are made not from Amazonium, but from wool, another of nature’s wonderful treasures.
This pattern uses crocheted steeks. If you are trying steeks for the first time with this project, please visit Eunny Jang’s comprehensive Steeking Chronicles.
The most important thing when knitting these pulse warmers is to use a sticky wool. The samples use Lanaloft Sports Weight. You will also need a 16″ circular needle in size US 3 (3.25 mm), a size B crochet hook, four stitch markers, three 1/2″ buttons, a darning needle, and small scissors.
Gauge: 7 sts/1″ (2.5 cm) measured over stockinette stitch.
Finished size: 6 1/2″ (14 cm) circumference with buttons closed, to fit an average woman’s wrist. For larger or smaller wrists, go up or down needle sizes.
The pattern is available as a 3-page download for $3.
Queue & fave on the Amazonium project page at Ravelry.
Disclaimer: Pulse warmers do not protect you from actual bullets. They will, however, keep you warm. Take that, Wonder Woman!