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Clyde Fair isle wrist warmer fingerless gloves - Blue

Clyde Fair isle wrist warmer fingerless gloves - Blue


Soft lambswool wrist warmer fingerless gloves in our "Clyde" fair isle pattern. With ribbed trims and thumb hole. With cosy hands and wrists, they leave all fingers exposed and free to use mobile phones. Blue colourway combines tones of denim blue with browns and grey making this a great coordinate for a range of colours.

Matching scarf and beanie hat in our "Clyde" fair isle pattern available. Also co-ordinates with our lambswool gloves (can be worn underneath) and beanie hat in Cocoa and Light Grey.

Approximately 29cm long

100% finest British-spun lambswool

Dry Clean or Handwash only 

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Designers Notes
The "Clyde" pattern took it's starting point from the industrial heritage around the River Clyde in Glasgow. Hidden amongst the patterns are references to the clock tower at the famous Singer sewing machine factory which dominated the landscape at Clydebank. Many people will be aware of the manual sewing machines which were a fixture in most homes in the 20th C. The chances are that these were made at Clydebank which produced 36 million machines and at it's height had nearly 12000 employees, being the largest sewing machine factory in the world. The clock tower had four sides and was 200ft tall (bigger than the famous Big Ben clock tower at the Houses of Parliament) so could be seen for miles around. The clock tower was demolished in 1963 and the factory finally closed in 1980.
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