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Urth Yarns Laima’s Boot Cuffs and Wrist Warmers Yarn Bundle

: 3001 + Rubia (sample colors)
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Knit a matching symbolic set of lucky autumnal boot cuffs and wrist warmers. This cozy accessory set is knit using simple stripes, colorwork, and the Latvian Braid technique.

The yarn in this bundle is spun from delightfully soft merino wool and is hand-dyed by artisans in Turkey. The self-striping yarn in the color options is Uneek Fingering, and the solid color is the naturally dyed Harvest Fingering. As with all of your Urth Yarns purchases, each skein will plant a tree with Trees for the Future.

A closer look at Laima's Boot Cuffs and Wrist Warmers.

From the Designer on the symbology of this design: This cozy set was named after Laima, the Baltic goddess of fate. Laima is responsible for fate or destiny, and one of her signs is a fir branch. In these simple knits, the Latvian braids are what create the fir branch effect. The evenly spaced slanted lines represent the good and bad, night and day, the ups and downs that happen in life. There is balance, you cannot see or appreciate good if you have never known bad. A line down the center (preferably green) is Laima’s thread. This is how she pulls us through life. You can wear your boot cuffs and wrist warmers so that they are pointing in, if you feel the need to protect yourself, or if you feel you have energy and love to give to others wear them pointing out. Does this really work? Well if you think it’s silly then no, but if you believe it with your whole being, like a good luck charm, you will have help from Laima to get or give what you feel in your heart.

Like all of Urth Yarn's hand-dyed masterpieces, every skein is unique! Also, every digital screen is calibrated differently. Slight variations in tone and saturation will vary from screen to screen. The actual color of your item may vary slightly from what you see on your screen.

A closer look at Laima’s Boot Cuffs:

A closer look at Laima’s Boot Cuffs.

A closer look at Laima’s Wrist Warmers:

A closer look at Laima’s Wrist Warmers.

See more gorgeous bundles, kits, and hand-dyed yarns from Urth Yarns HERE.

Kit Details:

Included in your Kit:

This kit is a yarn-only kit. The patterns must be purchased separately. The pattern for Laima’s Boot Cuffs is available here for $3.50, and the pattern for Laima's Wrist Warmers is available here for $5.

Yarn included: 

For all sizes: 1 skein of Uneek Fingering and 1 skein of Harvest Fingering. These 2 skeins are enough yarn to make both the Boot Cuffs and the Wrist Warmers, or enough to make 2 pairs of Boot Cuffs or 2 pairs of Wrist Warmers.

Additional supplies you will need that are not included:

Pattern Details:

Designed by: Inese Iris Liepina. You can read her bio and see more of her designs here on Ravelry.

Boot Cuff sizes available: 8 (9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20)”

Wrist Warmer Sizes Available: S/M (M/L, XL/XXL)  -  4.25x9 (4.5x10, 4.75x9)”

Suggested Needle Size: US 2.5 - 3 mm

Gauge: 29 stitches and 37 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch 

Please Note:

Our first response to your order would be to have it shipped directly from our warehouse. In the case that our stock levels are too low, your Urth Yarns Laima’s Boot Cuffs and Wrist Warmers Yarn Bundle will be drop-shipped from Urth Yarns in Florida. Please allow up to 3-5 business days for your order to be processed and shipped out. We will contact you with any shipping and tracking information for your order.

If you have questions regarding the current stock of specific colorways please call/e-mail us at (509) 536-7746 or sales@paradisefibers.com.

About Urth Yarns:

When you choose Urth Yarns you are supporting a workforce of strong women who hand-dye their yarns in Mersin and Istanbul. Each Urth Yarns skein purchased plants a tree as part of the #knitoneplantone movement. Join us in helping Trees for the Future in their mission to provide families with tools and knowledge to plant trees in Africa.

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