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Alpaca Wool Sweater


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Ethno traces the roots of our Baltic culture, with intricate tonal symbols traditionally used by our Pagan ancestors to keep you balanced and in harmony. Inspired by unique Baltic ethnographic patterns, it's perfectly oversized and promises to keep you twice as cozy. Fluffy, fuzzy and impossibly warm, Ethno's prolonged sleeves are the final cherry on top. Designed as part of our collaboration with our fav Lithuanian designer, Eglė Žiemytė.


    100% Alpaca wool. Cruelty free, un-dyed. 

    Dry clean. Store folded.


    What's better than a sustainably sourced knit? A sustainably sourced knit with free worldwide shipping and free exchanges. 

    If for some reason you'd like to return a piece altogether, we'll always accept unworn, unwashed and unaltered knits with original tags attached. Head to our FAQ for more details.


    For this knit, we use limited edition, 100% natural yarn sourced from social farms in Peru, which has Peru Fair Trade Certification, with no micro-plastics and no harmful or irritant chemicals used. In fact, the yarn is spun from non-dyed alpaca wool and comes in natural alpaca shades. How cool is that? 

    We don't believe in deadstock. Just like the rest of our assortment, the knit is produced in small batches at our female-lead, family-run partner factory in Šiauliai, Lithuania. You'll get a card with your order telling you exactly who knitted your garment and a little about them.

Made at Daiva's

For this knit we partnered up with a family-owned knitwear factory in Šiauliai, a small town in Northern Lithuania. The factory is run by Daiva who opened the factory 25 years ago with her husband Redas. Today, Daiva employs around 20 women from the local community, including her daughters, Gabija and Armina. Each sweater piece is individually factory-knitted at Daiva's and then sewn together by hand. This zero-waste approach is pretty cool because it ensures no leftover scraps - we literally knit the shapes that'll be sewn together.