I have been busy this weekend knitting a series of three sets of wristers (one will actually be a pair of fingerless gloves with mitten flaps) from my camouflage handspun. I selected three coordinating millspun yarns from Brown Sheep to use with the camouflage handspun - Tiger Lily, Sable and Old Sage. Each pair will use a different contrasting color. I rarely make my mittens and wristers identical on purpose - I change the ribbing, or reverse my main and contrasting color, or something. In the first pair of wristers, I the cuff was 1X1 color rib vs 2X2 color rib in the other hand. I used Latvian braid on the edges - a technique I learned from Anne Carroll Gilmour when I lived out west... The closeup wasn't focused where I thought it was, but I think it will give you the idea.
I am quite pleased at the knitted fabric with the handspun. It is quite soft, and in the two color knitting, these wristers are going to be very warm!