Toasty Mittens Sewn with Upcycled Plaid Wool in Browns and Tans and Lined with Polar Fleece | Women's Stylish Wool Mitten with Buttoned Cuff

$44.95

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

brown tan plaid berber boucle wool fabric, dark brown wool suiting, brown polar fleece, corozo button

Upcycled Wool Plaid Mittens with Fleece Lining. Medium.

Wave goodbye to cold hands.

A berber wool plaid is woven with yarns in browns, tans and a sunny gold.-- reclaimed from a stylish Oscar De La Renta suit that now keeps hands warm in designer style.

The palm side is sewn with a dark brown heather woven wool. The cuff is sewn from brown fleece where a 3/4" marled corozo button is attached with sunny yellow thread.

Hands stay warm with a liner made of brown polar fleece.

Length from cuff to tip 10-1/4" (26cm)
Width is 4-3/4" (12cm)
Cuff width is 2" (5cm)

Women's medium.

#8887

Each item is carefully wrapped in tissue paper, then inside a plastic sleeve tied with ribbon, then inside a sturdy box surrounded with additional clear packing tape that keeps moisture and travel grime from entering the box.

Gift wrap available.

Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 3–5 business days
From Falmouth, ME
No returns or exchanges
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Meet CherryPatHats

Cheryll McKinnon

Cheryll McKinnon

Portland, Maine

This seller usually responds within a few hours.

Please measure your head as described in each listing before ordering.

Women's Sizing
Xsmall 18" to 20" (47.8 - 50.8 cm)
Small 20" to 21" (50.8 - 53.3 cm)
Medium 21" to 22" (53.3 - 55.9 cm)
Large 23" to 24" (58.4 - 61 cm)
XL 24" to 25" (61 - 63.5 cm)
XXL 25" to 26" (63.5 - 66 cm)

Men's Sizing
Small 21-1/2" to 22-1/4" (54.6 - 56.5 cm, sizes 6-3/4 to 7)
Medium 22-1/2" to 23" (57.5 - 58.4 cm, sizes 7-1/8 to 7-1/4)
Large 23-3/8" to 23-1/2" (59.4 - 59.7 cm, sizes 7-3/8 to 7-1/4)
XL 24" to 24-1/2" (61 - 62.2 cm, sizes 7-5/8 to 7-3/4)
XXL 25" to 25.25” (63.5 – 64.1 cm, size 7-7/8 to 8)
High profile or low-profile hat? Some people look best in a low-profile hat; others prefer a tall crown hat. If that’s you, let me know your dome measurement: measure from the mid forehead, over the top to the base of the skull where you feel a divot (where the hairline ends). Men average 14” and women 13”.

Don’t rely on the conventional hat sizes, because the ranges vary by an inch or more depending on a country’s standards. and that affects the fit.

Always provide a recent head measurement. I usually suggest taking a measurement three times and taking the average. Including the additional information is very helpful to provide an accurate fit.
Hats should be spot cleaned unless otherwise directed. First, use a sticky-tape roller to remove dust and debris. Allow whatever is wet to dry and then scrape it off with a fingernail or toothpick. If the spot is not removed after that, then using a clean white paper towel, dab with water and a smidgen of white vinegar from above while having a clean dry white paper towel below until there is no color. Use lots of paper towels.

To re-shape, if needed, stretch the hat over a salad bowl or balloon that's close to your head size. Worst case, use steam carefully and the fabric will settle into that shape. Most hats can be enlarged with a hat stretcher. It's a matter of moisture, temperature and time.
Humans evolved with poor color memory. That's why it's difficult to describe burgundy when you really mean maroon. Or describe tan as off-white. Pantone is a company that helps mitigate that discrepany by using a numbering system to describe colors, shades and saturation.

When choosing a color such as grey (gray to some), your concept of steel gray could be my medium gray. To avoid guessing, just Google 'Pantone gray' and you will see many results for shades of gray. Pick a Pantone number for the one you prefer and include that in your order comments. That way, despite variations in monitor color rendition, I will be able to deliver a color that comes closer to the one you desire.
1. Contact your local Post Office
2. Report theft to your local Police

The USPS tracks all of my items. If you don't receive your item, contact your local PO and ask questions. It will provide details on when and where the item was delivered (mailbox, porch, neighbor's house); it often has GPS and drone information, too.

It's a citizen's responsibility to provide a secure delivery location, if not the mailbox. It is a federal crime to tamper with or remove items from a mailbox. All crimes must be reported by the buyer to their local police. (Sellers are not victims; police will not accept a report from them.)

Sellers cannot assure safe delivery locations nor police neighborhoods. Avoid problems with a secure delivery location.
Sometimes a parcel is selected by your local Customs Office for detailed scrutiny and it may take six to eight weeks to process. Please let me know, but also contact your local postal service and Customs processor for information and status of your package. The USPS and I cannot interfere or modify customs procedures in international jurisdictions.

My hats are shipped internationally and your country my charge an additional tax. If an item is returned because of nonpayment of VAT or other Customs fees, a refund is forfeited.

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