Tough women's sweater made of Dutch wool and alpaca
- Yarn type
- Dutch wool, Alpaca.
- For whom?
- Wool: The Netherlands. Washing, spinning, dyeing: Italy. Making process: Atelier The Knitwit Stable.
- Undyed Taupe, Undyed Off-White, Undyed Sand, Dark Blue
- 60% Dutch crossbreed 20% Alpaca.
- S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Sturdy skipper's sweater made of local wool mixed with soft alpaca and Texelaar. Knitted in our mini factory in Baambrugge. The ribbed sweater has a gunmetal zipper of about 20 cm.
The special properties of Dutch wool and alpaca
Wool from the traditional Dutch sheep has the characteristic that it has a tougher appearance due to its coarser wool fibres. Alpaca wool is light, super soft and strong. This is a perfect match. The blue Texel is used as a binding thread with a great effect. Wool fibers are very elastic and have a moisture-regulating capacity. The wool cools in the summer and warms in the winter, is highly resistant to bacteria, is fire-resistant and biodegradable. Wool has a self-cleaning capacity and therefore hardly needs to be washed. Airing is often more than enough. Your favorite sweater will last for generations.
Choose your color and your size
The Joris is available in four different colours. The colors Taupe, Off White and Sand are undyed. Dark blue is GOTS certified dyed which means that as few harmful substances as possible have been used. Our model Lotte is 1.83 cm and is wearing a size M. In size M, the sweater has a length (highest shoulder point to the bottom of the collar) of 56 cm, sleeve length 62 cm. If you want to adjust your (sleeve) length slightly, let us know in the comments with your order!
Made to order
We work according to the made-to-order principle. This means that we only start producing your item after your order. The delivery time is 2-4 weeks. But we promise you, it's worth the wait. And the nice thing about this: you can also indicate your wishes if, for example, you want the item to be made slightly shorter or longer.
How our price is built
- Sheep/goat care
- Design and development
- Yarn spinning and dyeing
- Knitting and linking
- Working hours: ± 8 hours per item
- Rent, machines and maintenance knitting workshop
By wearing an item from us you are investing in research, materials and machines for knowledge transfer and awareness in the chain of fair, local 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.