Michigan Modern Mukluks Kit
We are so proud of this kit–everything about it is made in the Mitten. From the pattern (Michigan knitwear designer Andrea Mowry) to the white yarn (Fresh Water Fibers, a 50/50 blend of Merino and alpaca, grown by farmers in Southern Michigan and spun at Stonehedge Fiber Mill in East Jordan) to the blue yarn (also Fresh Water Fibers, indigo-dyed by Why Knot Fibers in Traverse City by Kat and Claire.) These slippers make a thoughtful gift for anyone who is inspired by the Great Lake State.
In the words of the designer…
“Mukluks have always been my favorite house slipper. These have a tall cuff that can be pulled up high for maximum warmth, or worn pushed down and slouchy for maximum style. The updated chevron pattern offers a modern take on these very classic slippers. Perfect to tuck into your traveling bag, so no matter where you wander, at the end of a long day you’ve got comfort waiting for you.”
The kit includes two skeins of yarn (one natural white and one indigo) and a printed pattern.