The CARDIGAN / 2.0 - Lait

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Made in the British IslesMade in the British Isles
Free UK ReturnsFree UK Returns
100% Scottish-spun lamb’s wool100% Scottish-spun lamb’s wool
Hand-linked and hand-finishedHand-linked and hand-finished

Introducing our new longline cardigan - full of 90's ease and slouch, but with all the modern elegance of a great classic shape. With our signature horizontal placket, bespoke British-made Corozo nut buttons, and 100% of the softest, finest Scottish-spun wool, this new button-up silhouette is made to last. 

We recommend airing as the best way to look after your knit. That's why we started a club. A Wash Less, Air More Club. We'd love you to join us.

To help manage any pilling, add a complimentary wool comb at checkout.

A new longer-line beauty

Inspired by our original CARDIGAN - based on the one worn by Rachel's grandfather, our latest longer line knit is a new addition to our cardigan family.

With our horizontal button placket, matching ribbed cuffs, hem and two patch pockets, whether lounging or dressed up with wide-legged denim, this is a modern shape with 90's sensibility. 

Knitted in a mid-weight gauge, the CARDIGAN 2.0 can be layered over shirts, or buttoned-up jumper-style, with nothing underneath. 

Made in Scotland by the some of the finest knitters in the world. 

100% luxurious, Scottish-spun traceable wool

Made from 100% Superfine Lamb's Wool that is sourced from a special breed of sheep in South Africa. With a fibre diameter of c. 18.5 microns, it is one of the world's finest and softest Lambs Wools. (Most average 21-24 microns). 

The wool arrives in Scotland by boat where it is spun and dyed on the banks of Loch Leven in Kinross by Todd & Duncan, one of the finest Scottish Mills which has been spinning yarn for 150+ years. 

85% of the dyes used by Todd & Duncan are organic and the water used for washing and dyeing the wool is cleaned and purified before being returned to Loch Leven to be used again. It is a pioneering and cyclical process that helps to protect the environment in and around the loch. 

The yarn is then sent to Hawick in Scotland where our team knit and hand-finish each cardigan. Due to the fully-fashioned knitting technique we employ and as we produce in small batches, there is very little yarn wastage.