18th Century Wool Mitten Pattern

18th Century Wool Mitten Pattern

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Based upon the work of Diderot and surviving mid to late 18th century accounts of military woollen mittens, this mitten pattern has been produced using the most recent research, with the mittens themselves having been tested in -40C weather for warmth and fit. While there are numerous uses for these mittens, they are based on the military issued mittens found in the Northern Campaign of the American Revolution, for British and Hessian forces.

This pattern set comes with a small/medium and a large/extra-large, meeting most small and larger hand sizes. Please note that this pattern is for personal use and not for redistribution, resale, group or commercial production; please contact me directly for commercial or large scale licensing and usage of this pattern. All patterns are sold as is and no refunds will be provided.

By ordering this pattern, you will be receiving a digital copy, not a physical copy and instructions will be provided as to assist you with printing the pattern, at home, making it quick and accessible (as well as affordable) for everyone. Please be sure to include your email when checking out. This pattern is for non-commercial uses, please contact us for commercial use of the pattern.

All bespoke modern and historical clothing and items are dependent upon the measurements provided by you, the buyer, and we cannot take responsibility for misfitting items as a result of improperly provided measurements and associated requirements. Custom fitting appointments are available in person and virtually, for those who require them and where applicable; please contact us as to arrange such an appointment.

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