Knitted over-sized jumper made on a vintage knitting machine by hand in a gorgeously deep navy.
Designed in a slouchy , cosy shape & a wide roll neck collar, that fits most sizes. This design drapes elegantly over the shoulders, perfect for wrapping up in during the cooler months.
Made with 100% high quality lambswool, this jumper is luxurious & soft to touch, breathable & warm. Knitted in an English rib, the fabric has a slightly different texture on each side & is finished by hand for a seamless appearance. Due to the ribbed fabric the neck can be worn up around the face, or folded more softly. The clean lines allow this piece to work well with any minimal wardrobe, and is designed to work with any colour.
Stitched & finished by hand this jumper is made beautifully with gorgeous sleeve details & a generous collar.
One size see below for measurements. Fits approx size 6-16. If you would like to order a different size please email email@example.com
This piece is made to order so please allow 2-3 weeks processing time before shipping. If you would like to receive your item earlier- you can add on a rush order charge to put your piece to the top of my list. Or alternatively email & ask for accurate lead times.
Pilling can be a result found in all natural fibre products- for more information and how to care for fabrics with pills please click here.
100% lambswool spun in Yorkshire.
Lambswool is a fibre taken from a meticulously bred Merino lamb & is soft & lightweight with excellent insulating properties this wool works perfectly for accessories.
58cm from start of roll neck to end of arm.
56cm from shoulder to bottom hem
70cm side seam to side seam
75cm circumference around neck.
It is recommended that you hand wash your woollen scarves, hats or jumpers; do not machine wash.
One of the many benefits of wool is that unless it’s actually dirty, you can just air it for a day or two and any smell will disappear. If you look after your wool well, it will keep you warm and cosy for years to come!
For more in depth care & advice about pilling please see here.