These nosewarmers—known to some as “nose mittens” or “nose muffs”—were
hand-made by a eighty-something grandmother in Iowa. You may remember
seeing Willard Scott wearing a nosewarmer on NBC's today show years ago,
these are the very same. They come in a variety of different
colors—whatever scraps are in the bottom of the yarn basket—so you never
know quite what you'll get. A nose warmer makes a great stocking
stuffer or white elephant gift, and is sure to bring a smile. And, if
you have the nerve to wear one, they really do keep your nose warm.
Sorry, but since grandma Mary passed in 2016, we are now limited to random colors only. You might get one that is Red with a yellow pom-pom, or it might be purple and gold, white and purple, there are so many colors and combinations, it really will be a suprise! You can request a color in the order notes, but we cannot guarantee what you will get. We only have left what grandma made us, and once they are all gone, they will be gone.Check out the video our local TV station did on grandma and her nosewarmers, below, and check out the pictures a few of our customers have sent... from Rockefeller Center to members of the US military... nosewarmers have travelled from Alaska to Florida and everywhere in between!