This pop-up Sievers Shop is looking ahead a bit to the days when we will need to keep warm! We know how cozy these items can be since we often find ourselves selling them on the hottest days of the summer, like these three pair of mittens, made from upcycled wool sweaters, lined with fleece and featuring special embellishments ($75 each).
More upcycled wool mittens and hats are available in the shop along with chenille hats and knit headbands that will definitely keep the ears warm.
Wearing a cowl is like getting a little personal hug.
Pom-poms still rule the knitted hat scene!
Warm comes in many genres, including woven scarves and shawls…
…and silks and sunsets, which are just the right warmth in all seasons!
In terms of traditional and ancient Scandinavian warmth, we were looking forward to having Donna Kallner share her knowledge of Nålbinding, a needle stitching technique that produces thick, warm and wind-resistant wearables in one of the new classes offered this year, Viking Mittens. Although the class will have to wait, you can connect with Donna on Tuesday, August 25 at noon for a “Collection Connections conversation” via Zoom held through the Vesterheim museum.
To see more examples of Donna’s work and finished items, click here.
As always, the best way to contact us with an order using your credit card safely is through our Contact page. Or call us at 920-847-2264! Shipping and sales tax (for Wisconsin residents) would be added to your order.Share Sievers with Friends...