- Yarn type
- Alpaca, Dutch wool.
- Target Groups
- Wool: the Netherlands. Washing, spinning: Belgium. Making process: Studio The Knitwit Stable.
- Taupe, Off-white, Dark Blue, Natural Sand.
- 60% crossbreed, 20% blue Texelaar, 20% Alpaca.
- S, M, L, XL.
This sturdy women's sweater made of local wool mixed with soft alpaca to give a softer feel and Dutch wool, knitted in our mini factory in Baambrugge. The sweater in size M has a length (from neck center back) of 56 cm, sleeve length 80 cm. If you want to adjust your (sleeve) length slightly, let us know in the comments with your order!
The amazing properties of Dutch wool
Wool of traditional Dutch sheep has the characteristic of having a tougher appearance due to its sturdy wool hairs. The alpaca wool is light, super soft, and strong. This makes a perfect match. It has a beautiful texture, is elastic, and regulates humidity. This wool cools you down in summer and keeps you comfortably warm in winter. On top of all this, wool has antibacterial qualities and it’s completely biodegradable. It requires little care, as wool is self cleaning, so some fresh air is enough to keep enjoying your favourite sweater for years.
Choose your colour and size
The Aggie is available in four colours: Taupe, Off-white, Dark Blue and Natural Sand.
Made To Order
We work with the Made To Order principle. No sweater or shawl is made before you place an order. After 2-4 weeks your specially knitted sweater will be ready. Rest assured, it’s worth the wait. The MTO principle also allows you to indicate special size requirements.
What makes up our prices?
- Animal care and welfare
- Design and development
- Spinning and dying yarn
- Knitting and linking
- Labour: approximately 8 hours per item
- Maintenance machines and knitting studio
Wearing this item is an investment in research, material, and machines that stimulate the exchange of knowledge and increase of awareness about the production of sustainable wool.
Not sure about the size or do you want to fit and see it first? Visit our farm in Baambrugge and also meet our animals.