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Kuršių Marios

Merino wool jacket


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Core Colors:
Sea salt

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This merino wool jacket mirrors the spirit of the Curonian Lagoon, known as "Kuršių Marios" in Lithuanian. The piece's intricate square patterns, all knitted by hand, draw inspiration from the nets cast by local fishermen who, to this day, set sail before dawn for their daily catch. With its classic collar, front pockets, and recycled paper buttons, the jacket transports you to the serene shores of the Baltic coast.

Please note that Kuršių Marios knit is made-to-order.  The production timeline encompasses up to 14 working days for our skilled knitters to meticulously craft your sweater and for us to efficiently process your order.


    100% Merino Wool. Cruelty free. 

    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 our jackets, we handpick only the coziest, cashmere-like 100% Merino wool, proudly certified as cruelty-free. No microplastics, no harmful chemicals—just pure, snug goodness. We source our Merino wool from Italy, where it's spun and dyed in-house by our Italian suppliers.
    Each piece is hand-knit by our talented artisans, taking 6-7 days and using just the right amount of yarn needed to complete the piece—resulting in zero waste. We keep only a handful in stock, ensuring no deadstock.



Cotton Dress

Core Colors:
Dusty Blue

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Handmade by our artisans

All Kuršių Marios jackets are entirely hand made by our talented knitters in rural Lithuania. One piece typically takes seven to eight days for an artisan to complete. It's a good thing we always try to keep a small batch readily available. And the best part? Each jacket comes signed by your knitter so you can get to know her a little better.