No. 1800-5
Late Georgian, Regency, and Victorian Mitts pattern. 

Included are options for the simple Victorian-style mittens, and for the flap used in earlier years.

They can be made short or long.
$3.00

Early in this period, gloves and light mittens were worn to keep the arms and hands protected from the sun. White skin was very fashionable, very upper class. A fingerless mitten of the type in this pattern would be worn in order to be fashionable, while having access to the free use of the fingers.

This pattern includes 3 pages of instructions with historical tips, and 1 pattern sheet. It is printed on bond paper, and enclosed in a resealable plastic envelope.

All sizes Petite – X-large are included. Length: 10.5" – 12".

1750 - 1900 Fingerless Mittens Pattern

The Mantua-Maker

Historical Sewing Patterns