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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Warmth Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 75 pictures in our Warmth collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Balaclava and sleeping cap knitting patterns, WW1 Featured Print

Balaclava and sleeping cap knitting patterns, WW1

Patterns from a plain helmet or balaclava cap (top) and a sleeping cap taken from a Great War era Baldwin's knitting booklet with instructions for knitting various comforts for soldiers at the front. The patterns recommended Baldwin's White Heather wheeling in either regulation khaki or various shades of grey and brown. Date: c. 1915

© The Joyce Meader Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Mittens and body belt, WW1 knitting, comforts for troops Featured Print

Mittens and body belt, WW1 knitting, comforts for troops

Patterns for mittens and a body belt (designed to keep the midriff warm), two items of clothing which could be knitted for soldiers at the front featured in a Great War era knitting booklet published by Baldwin's yarn manufacturers. They recommend their White Heather brand of wool in scotch fingering which is, light to touch and washes well. Date: c.1915

© The Joyce Meader Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Helmet with cape pieces by Marjory Tillotson, WW1 knitting Featured Print

Helmet with cape pieces by Marjory Tillotson, WW1 knitting

Pattern from a Baldwin's knitting booklet during the First World War for a wool helmet with cape pieces to protect the neck and chest designed by the leading knitting expert and pattern writer for Baldwin's, Marjory Tillotson. The introduction states that War Office Experts do not recommend apertures for the ears, the latter particularly requiring protection in cold weather. Date: c.1915

© The Joyce Meader Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library