Makers’ Minute – Knit Mitts

April 16, 2016 No Comments

In this Makers’ Minute, Katie introduces you to the Knit Mitts!

Knit Mitts are made from 52% hemp, 45% organic cotton, and 3% lycra, and use only the scraps from Texture, so they are sustainable and keep waste out of landfills.

Knit Mitts are named for their use for knitting, but as the back of the package suggests, you can use them to keep yourself warm and your fingers free for picking flowers, crafting, crocheting, typing in a cold office, writing a love note, etc – how cute! They are a size S/M, and they stretch so they tend to fit most.

Get yourself a pair of Knit Mitts!

Transcription

I’m Katie and this is your Makers’ Minute.

Today, we discuss Knit Mitts. The Knit Mitts are made from 100% scrap fabric, so there’s no waste. Ever. Sustainably made with love right here in the US.

They’re made from hemp, organic cotton and lycra so they’re super soft. They’re also really easy to clean. Wash in cold water and tumble dry low. The back of the packaging includes 50 ways on how you can wear these fingerless mitts.

I thought of a few extra. Be a thug. Sip a mug. Give a hug! Come here you. Beat a rug. Pet a pug! Knit a shrug. Bat away a bug. Pick up a slug. Give your pants a tug. Take a drink from a jug.

Available in cranberry fuchsia, black, pewter and smoke, and Dijon and chestnut.

Is this one too long? Cuff it up!

Produced by texture in Bellingham, WA.

 

Get your knit mitts right now at MakersMercantile.com.

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