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Made in PortugalMade in Portugal
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Merino WoolMerino Wool
Hand-linked and hand-finishedHand-linked and hand-finished

Wear with nothing underneath now, layer up as the temperature cools.

Combining our signature laid-back, effortless aesthetic with exquisite 100% superfine, traceable merino wool, say hello to our button up friend to our best-selling WEEKEND jumper. A relaxed-fit lighter-weight cardigan knitted in 12 gauge and finished with nut buttons made in England.

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.

Our knitwear comes with its own organic cotton bag and is shipped in boxes made from post-consumer waste in the UK.

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The Design

Knitted in a lighter-weight 12gg knit, with a flattering round neck and a hem that is designed to drape and not grip.

A loose relaxed fit with a slightly wider body so that is drapes, rather than grips. To give the cardigan its elevated, minimal finish, there is no separate traditional placket - so the buttons blend seamlessly with the rest of the knit. 

The Provenance

Crafted from 100% softly spun Italian yarn and knitted in a lighter 12 gauge knit at our small factory in Portugal.

This cardigan is woollen-spun, giving the jumper its softness. The wool is fully traceable back to the farms, mulesing-free and certified by Woolmark. 

The buttons are made from the Corozo nut, here in the UK. They are derived from the Tagua Palm which grows in the equatorial rainforests of central America. Reputedly, the best comes from Ecuador – which is where these buttons come from.

What's really wonderful about these buttons is that there is no human harvesting or cutting of any part of the tree where they grow, as the nuts naturally fall from the tree when ripe. So Corozo buttons not only ‘grow’ on trees, but they ‘fall’ from trees, too.