Burnley & Trowbridge Mitts Pattern - Hybrid Format


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In the 18th and early 19th century women of all backgrounds wore mitts for a variety for reasons including to keep warm, protect their arms from the sun, and as a fashionable accessory. Mitts could be made in a range of qualities of silk, cotton, linen or wool. They could be made up plain but could also have simple or complex embroidered motifs.
  • Based on extensive research, our pattern provides you with multi-sizes (XS to XL), four tip variations, assembly based on textile, two embroidery patterns and the option of lined or unlined.
  • Suggested fabrics include light weight silk, light to medium weight cotton or linen to medium weight worsted wool.
  • This pattern can be used with our two part Mitts Sew Along on our YouTube channel and decorated with the Faggoting Stitch and Herringbone Stitch.
  • This pattern is a Hybrid Pattern and includes a 22 page full color/ fully illustrated digital instruction manual with a physical print copy of the pattern itself.  Learn more about our Hybrid Pattern Format
  • **You will receive an email with the link to the digital instructions when your order ships.**

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