Bring on the Spring while staying warm in the winter!  These gorgeous hand-knit, fleece-lined wool mittens with floral embroidery & tik tik details are the perfect accessory for those days when you just need a reminder that Spring is coming while you're still trekking through the snow!  The lovely shade of amethyst provides a cozy background for the accents of cornflower and rose embroidery.


Each pair of these Floral Embroidered Mittens demonstrates the incredible knitting and decorative sewing skills of the Nepalese artisans who crafted them.  Your purchase of these comfy mittens will keep your hands happy and keep their kids in school.  And that's a purpose worth purchasing to support!

Also available in Ruby.


Most of Ganesh Himal’s knit items are knit by women in their homes while their children are in school. Organized into small neighborhood groups, one woman is elected as a team leader. The team leader picks up the pre dyed wool and delivers the wool and orders weekly. She then will pick up the finished product and deliver them to the main office. Once at the main office they do the finishing, lining and final quality control. For Nepali women it is vital to be able to work in their homes while caring for their children and at the same time gain a fair income. This income gives them a larger voice in their homes and allows many to keep their children in school.

Floral Embroidered Mittens - Amethyst


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