I usually cut off my wool socks at the ankle and swath my wrists in warmth in the winter using the calf sections as fingerless gloves. It helps keep the blood warm in my fingertips. But when I noticed this still life in my studio window this morning I thought maybe I should double up. Though it is difficult to maneuver fabric through the throat of my Bernina with gloves on, the trade off of chilled fingertips is a true handicap.
Wishing for Spring soon.