Mohair Sweater in Grey
This mohair and alpaca blend sweater will provide exceptional warmth and insulation in cool weather and is a great alternative for those who are sensitive to wool. The mohair creates a halo or fuzzy affect on the garment and natural shedding of the mohair halo will occur over time. This knit features a drop shoulder for a loose and slightly oversized fit and is slightly cropped.
O/S fits most. Recommended between sizes 2 - 8.
When laying flat; measure 23" armpit to armpit and 17" shoulder to bottom hem and 18" shoulder seam to wrist.
Slight variation will exist due to the handmade nature of these items.
Knit with a blend of mohair and alpaca. Alpaca is a hypoallergenic wool so great for anyone with skin sensitivities.
Pilling is a natural process that occurs with knits and depending on the fibre used it will vary. A sweater stone or pilling is recommended for removal. Wash as little as possible, and use a sweater spray in between wear. Dry cleaning is recommended if you must wash your garment, or hand wash in cool water with a mild soap. Do not ring dry. Remove excess water by folding and pressing. Lay flat on a towel until fully dry. Each knit piece comes with a cotton bag for storage.
About Diane Rudge
Diane Rudge lives in Ucluelet, British Columbia, on the traditional territory of the Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Ucluelet First Nation. She is a natural fibre and textile artist, handcrafting pieces from wall art to wearable knits. Each design Diane creates is unique and tells its own story. “My art allows me to slow down and focus on the present. I love the slow meditative process of working with natural fibres and creating handcrafted pieces.” Diane hopes to inspire and connect people with nature; whether that’s through their own personal exploration of natural fibres in her work or on a journey that they’ve already started. For Diane, working with nature and protecting it shapes everything that she does in her day-to-day life and in her art. She wants to inspire this same thought pattern for others to question their impact on the environment in their lives.
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