During the First World War every British girl and woman that could hold a pair of knitting needles enthusiastically set about producing prodigious quantities of balaclavas, socks, gloves, and mittens for the troops. Despite recommended standard patterns occasionally the actual product varied somewhat.
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This s/o goes out to @michaelbarbering. He has a great Instagram blog. There are pictures of his work and him working which made putting this collection together a true pleasure. Being able to see a barber at work sheds light on him, his work, his dedication and his passion. @michaelbarbering puts his craft in the forefront posting individual haircuts in between. This selection is just a small look at him and his world. Great work by @michaelbarbering! 💈✂️💈 #craft #trade #visualart #pomp #quiff #taper #fade #sidepart #beard #sideburns #slick #pomade #barber #michaelbarbering #razorbacksbarbershop
Source (Instagram): @michaelbarbering
Shop: Razorbacks Barber Shop
Location: Long Beach/CA - US