Clementine Wrist Warmers

  • Soft knitted lambswool wrist warmers, perfect for indoors and out, In cosy clementine shade wool with pistachio and cream details. Leave them on all day long to keep your hands and wrists warm but your fingers free to work or type. The perfect treat for yourself or a gift for someone special.

    - Handmade in Manchester, England
    - See our full collection of Winter Accessories
    - One size: Length: 25cm 
    - 100% Lambswool,
    - Wool spun and dyed in Scotland 

    Ideal for autumn walks in the countryside or a chilly cycle to work in the city. Made with soft rib cuffs to fit snuggly around your fingers and wrists and stop the cold from sneaking in.

  • ROVE (formally Rose Brown Knitwear) began at a workstation set up around the kitchen table. The label was born from a desire to find quality, long-lasting knitwear manufactured in Britain using British spun wool. The brand has evolved with the modern-day need for sustainable, low-impact clothing by offering organic, natural, recycled, or biodegradable materials as well as a traceable production process. The yearly collection showcases unique designs which can outlive each season and beyond.

    Handcare: Wash knitted items by hand in low-temperature warm water using a specialist wool detergent. Never wash on hot in the machine as this will almost surely lead to the item felting and shrinking.

    Machine Care: wash on a gentle wool cycle, no higher than 30°C or hand wash. Use a wool care detergent and add a drop of fabric conditioner for extra softness.

    Lay the item flat out on a towel and press out any excess water. Do not put the item directly on the radiator to dry, first put a towel on and place your knitted item on the towel to let the heat pass through. Do not tumble dry. You can use the steam from the iron to smooth out any creases or press with the iron on very low heat.

    When storing your knitwear, make sure it is first cleaned, as this detracts moths. Lavender bags and cedarwood are also good at deterring those hungry wool lovers. 







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