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Knit Mary Lycan's 1861 Cottage-Industry Mittens and Wristers, as seen in the January/February 2013 issue of PieceWork magazine.
The pattern for these mittens was interpreted from the short story "Knitting Sale-Socks" first published in The Atlantic Monthly in February 1861, in which these mittens are the most common style of mittens made from either homespun yarn or store-distributed yarn and sold to villages to supply farmers, lumbermen, and fishermen.
This knitting kit includes the patterns for both the 1861 Cottage-Industry Mittens as well as a modern wrister pattern, if you prefer your fingers free. This kit also includes enough yarn to make either two pairs of mittens, two pairs of wristers, or one of each in Natural White and Sand colors.
We have a limited supply of knitting kits, order your 1861 Cottage-Industry Knitted Mittens and Wristers kit today while supplies last.