Winter Light Leg Warmers to Knit Kit

Say goodbye to freezing legs in the winter with these oh-so warm leg warmers. Carol Huebscher Rhoades's inspiration for these came from traditional Estonian and Finnish examples.
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Winter Light Leg Warmers to Knit Kit

Leg warmers have been part of practical and fashionable wear for centuries. Styles, materials, production methods, and colors, however, have changed over time. Learn all about the history of leg warmers and the different options depending on the region, fashion, era, and socio-economic situation. These Winter Light leg warmers are perfect for everyday winter wear as they are warm, yet lightweight, and the flower and vine motif will brighten spirits during a long season of darkness.


Included in this kit:

  Winter Light Leg Warmers to Knit
with Carol Huebscher Rhoades

Pattern included in the PieceWork Jan/Feb Issue    

Say goodbye to freezing legs in the winter with these oh-so warm leg warmers. Carol Huebscher Rhoades’s inspiration for these came from traditional Estonian and Finnish examples.

  PieceWork, January/February 2016
Magazine Single Issue

This tenth annual historical knitting issue includes the amazing story of the “So-Called St. Adalbert’s Glove from Prague”—a mystery rolled up in a knitting lesson. Mimi Seyferth’s article “The Women of Pindos” puts the spotlight on a group of women during the war who went way beyond knitting, although they did knit countless pairs of socks, sweaters, balaclavas, and mittens. And these are just two examples of what’s in store for you in this issue.
 
Knitting Traditions, Fall 2012
Digital Edition

This issue is jam-packed with over 32 knitting patterns, including a range from accessories such as hats, gloves, and socks, to larger garments such as wraps, shawls, and sweaters. In addition, knitters will love the focus on techniques and the companion stories that frame projects with cultural and historical context. Donna Druchunas also includes a leg warmer pattern inspired by a framed color fashion plate from Cost. De Div. Pays printed in the early nineteenth century.
2 Hanks of Jamieson's Ultra Laceweight Yarn in Moorit

Fiber Content: 50% Shetland / 50% Lambswool
Yardage / Weight: 212 yds / 25 gr ball
Gauge: 25 sts / 30 rows = 4"
Needle Size: US 3
1 Hank of Jamieson's Ultra Laceweight Yarn in
Natural White

Fiber Content: 50% Shetland / 50% Lambswool
Yardage / Weight: 212 yds / 25 gr ball
Gauge: 25 sts / 30 rows = 4"
Needle Size: US 3
1 Hank of Jamieson's Ultra Laceweight Yarn in Lava

Fiber Content: 50% Shetland / 50% Lambswool
Yardage / Weight: 212 yds / 25 gr ball
Gauge: 25 sts / 30 rows = 4"
Needle Size: US 3
1 Hank of Jamieson's Ultra Laceweight Yarn in Goblin

Fiber Content: 50% Shetland / 50% Lambswool
Yardage / Weight: 212 yds / 25 gr ball
Gauge: 25 sts / 30 rows = 4"
Needle Size: US 3
1 Hank of Jamieson's Ultra Laceweight Yarn in Atlantis

Fiber Content: 50% Shetland / 50% Lambswool
Yardage / Weight: 212 yds / 25 gr ball
Gauge: 25 sts / 30 rows = 4"
Needle Size: US 3
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