• 100% mulesing-free Merino
• Light Fingering weight: 250 meters per 50 grams / 273 yards per 1.75 ounces
• Recommended needle size: 3 - 3.5 mm / US 2.5 - 4
• Worsted spun, 3 ply
• Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified
• Fleeces sources from a mulesing-free eco-farm in Patagonia, Argentina
• Spun in Italy without any harmful chemicals at a mill following ethical, technical and environmental standards
• Fiber origin: Patagonia, Argentina
• Yarn origin (mill): Italy
• Yarn origin (company): Denmark
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Bindweed stems, observed during a walk in a Californian spring field, inspired the design of this cropped, open-front cardigan. The muted color and gentle halo give the sweater a soft and natural look. Designed to be worn with approximately 10 cm of positive ease, Bindweed works super well with a variety of outfits from simple jeans to floral dresses, providing the comfort and coziness of a hug wherever the road takes us. Designed by Ksenia Naidyon.
This triangular shawl was inspired by the comforting feeling of gazing up at the clouds. The combination of mohair and lots of texture creates a fabric that you cannot wait to squeeze between your fingers and wrap around your shoulders as you embrace the changing weather outside. The mohair also adds a foggy haze without subtracting from the textures in the body and trim and gives the shawl a lofty appearance. Designed by Fiona Alice.
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These textured mitts are inspired by acorns. Slipped and twisted stitches create a subtle but still visible effect of stripes as you would find all over an acorn. They are knitted bottom-up, seamlessly. At the top of the mitt, just above the thumb, is an eye-catching pattern whose little scales resemble the acorn’s cap. Designed by Agata Mackiewicz.
Grassland's lime colour and the flowery, leafy lace panel on the front recall sunny spots between the clouds shining on the freshly mown green land and early autumn feelings in my home surroundings. From the designer, Susan Schädler: "I live in a meadow landscape with a small lake, where I walk, run, and bike and let my daydreams flow."
Camisole No. 5 is a classic singlet top worked in rib. Increases strategically placed for decoration gives the top a unique look and great fit. The top is worked from the top down, which means that you can adjust the length to suit you and your body. Designed by MFT Knitwear.